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Grade

(1) A designated ground level. (2) To change the contours of land.

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In our Liberian society, it worth saying that there is something fundamentally wrong about how is history taught in grade schools (Elementary and Senior High schools).
The educational software's content consists of questions to be answered by first grade school students about healthy eating by age range based on Ten Steps to Healthy Eating for Children, proposed by the Brazilian Ministry of Health.
Assisting middle grade school students in establishing healthful lifetime eating habits is particularly critical (Given, 1998).
I exclude respondents who did not attend either a public grade school or a Catholic grade school.
Thousands of grade schools, middle schools and high schools will be running their own Earth Day events, and they all will select their own issues, whether it be restoring the river that runs through town or cleaning up the beach.
While in grade school, Samantha wrote weekly columns dealing with environmental issues for the Islander News, the Key Biscayne community newspaper.
Illustrated with black-and-white and color photographs written in a lively, friendly style to appeal to preteen readers, From Slave to Superstar of the Wild West is an enthusiastically recommended for grade school and children's library collections.
No public or private grade school, junior high, or high school counseling department can afford to be without their own reference copy of School Crisis Survival Guide.
The Coast Fork Grade School class of grades one through eight are pictured here in 1923.
If you are a college teacher, try a group that's discussing grade school music; if a vocalist, sit in on the brass seminar.