some people may notice that it takes longer to learn new things, they don’t remember information as well as they did, or they lose things like their glasses. These usually are signs of mild forgetfulness, not serious memory problems, like Alzheimer’s disease.
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On Friday, August 25, Chamber staff delivered the supplies to Hatteras Elementary and to Ocracoke School in a bus provided by Chamber member, Dianne Denny, of Spring Arbor. The students and the schools were very happy to receive all the supplies. The Chamber of Commerce thanks our members for their generosity for the children. For more information, contact Karen Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org
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13.4—percentage of schools that received a grade of A or A+ng on the A-F grading system for the 2016-2017 school year with less than 50 percent of students who qualify for free or reduced lunch (Ibid)
98 —percentage of schools that received a grade of F on the A-F grading system for the 2016-2017 school year with more than 50 percent of students who qualify for free or reduced lunch (Ibid)
91.8—percentage of schools that received a grade of D on the A-F grading system for the 2016-2017 school year with more than 50 percent of students who qualify for free or reduced lunch (Ibid)
In the fourth year of the state’s A-F grading system, the percentage of A or B schools (35.8 percent) continued to climb and the percentage of D and F schools (22.6 percent) fell compared to the 2015-16 school year. A majority (56.5 percent) of the state’s high schools earned a grade of B or better.