Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Jul 29th

Schools Strive for Excellence

I would like to first thank all the teachers in Webster Parish for the great job they do every day working with students. A day in the life of a teacher is quite a busy one. Teachers start by preparing lesson plans that guide the instruction for the week. In the case of math, science, social studies, and language arts, teachers (and schools) are utilizing test data to drive instruction. What this means is that students are being taught the State Curriculum with a heavy emphasis on areas in which they were unsuccessful a year ago. This prescribed approach helps the district in its effort towards School Improvement and is part of the School Improvement Process.

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Unlimited Government will Eventually Destroy Freedom

After reading the perverted perspective of Jim Hightower in the Press Herald , it became necessary to bring the right perspective from the right side to some of his left ...

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Goal for 2011 was to be proactive, support small businesses

At the end of each year, it is time for the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors Commission to reflect on the year's accomplishments and determine the objectives for th...

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Taking Issue with Congressman Fleming's Travels

Dear Editor:

At a time when our economy is in shambles and millions of people are unemployed, Congressman, John C. Fleming, decided it was the right time to take a trip—to...

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Stop Cramming Ethanol Down Our Throats

Dear Editor:

In an article in The New York Times: "Chuck Mai, a vice president of AAA Oklahoma, reported that his organization has been getting calls from members blaming ...

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