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Adoption Information Meeting – Time change

In General Interest by FOL Editor

CARROLLTON, TEXAS—Dillon International, Inc., will present a FREE informational meeting on international adoption from 6:30pm to 8:00pm Saturday, April 17, 2010, at First Baptist Church, 2400 N. Josey Lane, in Carrollton.         A Dillon representative will give an overview of adoption from China, Korea, Haiti, India, Hong Kong and Nepal, plus new opportunities in Ghana. Adoption programs in Russia, Ethiopia …

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Heritage Museum Hosts Spring Break Programs

In Family Activities by FOL Editor

The Frisco Heritage Museum is hosting puppet shows and arts and craft activities Thursday March 18 and Friday March 19. Activities will introduce the U.S. Census to young audiences who will learn that the Census counts the people living in our country every 10 years. Children (ages 18 months and up) and their parents are invited to attend the 2010 …

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FISD March Newsletter

In School News by FOL Editor

New Principals Announced Principals for the new schools opening in the fall of 2010 were named by the Board of Trustees at the March 8 regular meeting. The new principals are Mary Webb, currently assistant principal of Ogle, now assigned to lead Purefoy Elementary; Shannon Acosta, currently assistant principal at Tadlock, will be principal of Sonntag Elementary; Phil Evans, currently …

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New Principals Named for 2010

In School News by FOL Editor

Principals for the new schools opening in the fall of 2010 were named by the Board of Trustees at the March 8 regular meeting. Mary Webb, currently assistant principal at Ogle Elementary, was named as principal of Purefoy Elementary. Webb has been an educator for 11 years. She had experience as a teacher, librarian and administrator in Terrell and Crandall …

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Cinemark USA Employees Present Books to Non-profit on Read Across America Day

In Reading Room by FOL Editor

Read Across America day on March 2nd reminded students about the importance of reading.  However, 61% of low-income families have no books in their homes for their children.  Fully aware of the importance of reading to educational development and clearly a company with heart, Cinemark USA’s corporate headquarters in Plano decided to try to change this statistic for families in …