37 hours ago
Tommy T. Hamilton, 39, is accused of hitting four other vehicles at the intersection of Robinson Road and Industrial Drive.
Prior to the deadly crash, Hamilton was allegedly involved in a hit-and-run in the 1200 block of Robinson Road.
37 hours ago
Police said Tommy Hamilton was driving on a suspended license when he collided with four other vehicles at the intersection of Robinson Road and Industrial Drive around 6:30 p.m.
Police said just before the fatal crash, Hamilton was allegedly involved in a hit-and-run crash in the 1200 block of Robinson Road involving a van.
37 hours ago
Police say Hamilton's vehicle collided with four vehicles Thursday evening at the intersection of Robinson Road and Industrial Drive, killing one person. After the accident, Hamilton was transported to Skyline Medical Center, according to a police news release.
Police say that just prior to the fatal crash, Hamilton was involved in a hit and run collision in the 1200 block of Robinson Road.
School review Stanford Elementary Montessori Design Center (2417 Maplecrest Drive)
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Stanford Elementary Montessori Design Center (2417 Maplecrest Drive) Comment
As a big proponent of Montessori education, I strongly feel this is a goldmine for MNPS. It provides Montessori education for families who would not have the funds or opportunity to learn in this environment. The downside to this is trying to put this learning format within the standardized public school standards and testing requirements, resulting in a lighter Montessori approach, which is understood but rather unfortunate. The measurement of its success cannot be accurately measured through testing score, as what is shown on this website. Montessori, even in light form, is a wonderful way to not only approach academics, but to also instill self-motivation and pride for one's self and work. The multi age classrooms are wonderful as well. It instills a sense of community, as well as being a good and thoughtful citizen. Additionally, student are able to learn more thoroughly from both their teachers and classmates, and through demonstration of lessons students retain more information. There is, unfortunately, no middle school option or direct pathway at this time, which I hope the district will consider for the future. Studies consistently show that hands on, experience based learning works tremendously well, which is the foundation of Montessori education. You will find a wonderful glimpse of this in this school, and it is a wonderful school in which to support and have our children attend.