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Schools in the Northeast have released the lists of students who made it on the A or A/B honor rolls.
Chris Peterman, a senior at Bob Jones University, racked up demerits after he created an activist group on campus, and ultimately was kicked out when his last demerits were issued for watching the television show "Glee" off campus.
The team won awards for color guard, push-ups and more.
Students' project on physical activity and education won the Law Related Education Middle School Project Citizen Showcase.
Proponents of a school choice bill held a press conference urging legislators to pass the bill that would allow parents to have more freedom when choosing their child's education.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
The fair features rides, exhibits, entertainment and more.
Sign up before May 1 to get a discounted rate at A Plus Learning Center.
Players will collect the equipment Saturday at the RNE baseball fields.
The ceremony will be held Friday in the school's new gym.
An induction ceremony will be held April 21.
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