BROOKVILLE — The mothers of two students in the Life Skills class at Franklin County High School are voicing concern about what is happening in the classroom.According to the Franklin County Observer, the parents attended a recent school board meeting requesting action from school officials. The mothers said their children have been acting different in regards to school, while not being able to communicate what is exactly going on.They asked the school board to get someone in the classroom who can observe how the students are being treated. They also requested a different classroom environment and a promise that their children’s education plan will stay on track.The parents also threatened to move their children to a different school system and one mother said she has considered taking legal action.Assistant Superintendent Tammy Chavis said school officials will look into the matter.
Published on July 3, 2012 at 11:09 pm Contact Jacob: email@example.com | @Jacob_Klinger_ Mike Daniello received his release from John Hopkins University and plans to transfer to Syracuse, his brother, Nick Daniello said Wednesday.Nick Daniello also said Mike is going through the admissions process for SU, but he expects to be accepted for the fall 2012 semester. Nick Daniello declined further comment as Mike waits for the admissions decision.The sophomore attack played in just eight games for the Blue Jays last season. He recorded three shots, one on goal and won one ground ball.As a high school standout at John Jay, Daniello scored 108 goals and tallied 76 assists and was honored as an Under Armour All-American.His brother, Chris Daniello, starred for the Orange at attack from 2007-2010, helping the team to national championships in 2008 and 2009.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Guinea and the Democratic Republic of Congo have already taken two of the spots allocated to the four best third-place countries.With Algeria having qualified and Tanzania eliminated before the final group matches, the focus was on the battle for second place between Senegal and Kenya.– War of words –A war of words between the coaches preceded the game with France-born Kenya handler Sebastien Migne suggesting Senegal lacked the mental strength to become African champions.Senegal coach Aliou Cisse responded by reminding Migne that his side were ranked 82 places higher in the world and the loss to Algeria was the first in four years in Africa.Kenya were lucky to reach half-time level with Senegal at the June 30 Stadium as apart from the Mane penalty miss, captain Victor Wanyama was not punished for handling in the box.Patrick Matasi also made two great saves, blocking an Idrissa Gueye close-range shot and tipping a Sarr header over via the top of the crossbar.Kenya came close to snatching the lead against the run of play just past the hour when a Dennis Omino snap shot was brilliantly parried by Alfred Gomis.A minute later and Senegal were ahead as Matasi fell while trying to clear a cross and Sarr turned to fire superbly into the corner of the net.Mane atoned for his penalty blunder by adding a second on 71 minutes, taking advantage of poor defending from Mohamed Musa off a long ball to run through and score.Given a second penalty chance, Mane made no mistake, tucking the ball into the corner despite a brave attempt by the outstanding Matasi to reach it.At the Al Salam Stadium, Tanzania contained Algeria for 35 minutes before conceding three goals by half-time with Islam Slimani opening the scoring before Adam Ounas added two. 4C Kenya310237−43 3D South Africa310212−13 PosGrpTeam Okwi goals have secured Cranes qualification.PHOTO AFPCairo, Egypt | AFP | Senegal humiliated Kenya 3-0, to advance as second team in their group and book a July 5 Africa Cup of Nations last-16 date with Uganda Cranes.Uganda Cranes qualified as 2nd in Group A despite a 2-0 loss to Egypt, but the Senegal result ensured DRC secured a place as one of the top four third placed finishers.Four third-placed teams qualify, and DRC is already better than two of the other candidates.On Monday, Liverpool star Sadio Mane scored twice after having a penalty saved as Senegal defeated Kenya 3-0 in Cairo.The Champions League-winning forward had a timidly-struck first half penalty saved by Patrick Matasi before making amends with a brace after a goalless opening 45 minutes.Ismaila Sarr put Senegal ahead on 63 minutes and Mane netted on 71 and 78 minutes, his second goal coming from another penalty.Kenya were reduced to 10 men just before the second penalty was taken with Philemon Otieno sent off for a second yellow card.Ranking of third-placed teams 6E Angola20201102 5F Benin20202202 2A DR Congo (A)31024403 Share on: WhatsApp Algeria made 11 changes to the team that beat Senegal last week and still beat Tanzania 3-0 in Cairo to top Group C with nine points.Senegal were runners-up with six points, Kenya third with three and Tanzania, back at the tournament after 39 years, ended pointless.The qualification of Senegal raised to 12 the number of teams who have secured places in the second round, which kicks off Friday.Hosts Egypt, surprise side Madagascar, Algeria and Morocco advanced as group winners and Uganda, Nigeria, Senegal and the Ivory Coast as runners-up.Defending champions Cameroon and Mali play Tuesday and will finish third at worst in their groups, which would secure two of four places reserved for teams filling that position. 1B Guinea (A)311143+14Advance to knockout stage PldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification