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High school gives senior a car for having good grades

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High school senior Kenneth Gonzalez won a Honda Fit from his school for having good grades and no unexcused absences. His Las Vegas high school has a raffle for students with at least a 3.7 grade-point average and no unexcused absences from school. School officials said the raffle is a way to encourage students to remain focused during their last semester. (Tween Tribune)

Are strollers that cost hundreds or even more than $1,000 worth their price? Slate columnist Farhad Manjoo reviews Bugaboo Donkey, Stokke Xplory and other high-end strollers. Manjoo also brings his baby son along for the ride. (Slate)

Looking for family-friendly events to attend during Father’s Day weekend? KidFriendly DC explains what’s happening at the World Children’s Festival, Baseball Battle of the Beltway and other activities going on in the Washington area. (KidFriendly DC)

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