Definition of schoolkid
: a child or teenager attending school
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If Windows 10 S can indeed provide much stronger protection against bad actors—both external ones trying to hack and compromise PCs and internal ones, such as schoolkids—then its restrictions represent a reasonable trade-off.
And 170 schoolkids get to come in for rehearsal and get to work with Steve.
Does it make more of a difference if elders lead schoolkids on tundra walks or take them ice fishing?
That's what’s happening in Israel, where 2,500 schoolkids have been participating, one class at a time, in the excavation of a Crusader fortress on Tittora Hill, 20 miles northwest of Jerusalem in the town of Modi’in-Maccabim-Re’ut.
In January, D.C. schoolkids were kept inside after a bobcat went missing from the National Zoo.
That’s changed, and Beck hopes his efforts to introduce schoolkids, scout troops and civic clubs to the state’s sole rattler species have helped.
At the same time, former first lady Michelle Obama championed the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act in 2010, providing much needed healthy meals for schoolkids, an early Trump target in scything back the Obamas' legacy.
As any schoolkid—or at least anyone who has seen The Godfather Part II—knows, teams of American doctors would check every passenger for contagious diseases, and quarantine the ill in a special clinic.
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SCHOOLKID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schoolkid for English Language Learners
: a child or teenager who goes to a school
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