Three to five news stories per month keep your site dynamic and updated.
Your school's newsletter is a great resource for your news section - just copy and paste!
Your news feed should be the most updated page on your Web site!
To create a new post for your news blog, use the New Post button at the top of the blog itself.
Your blog post has a title and a content area. The title should generally be short - like a news headline. The content area is where you drag and drop the elements - text, photos, video, slideshows, etc.
Once you've added your content you can categorize the post - these categories will appear on your sidebar, making it easier for visitors to find posts that cover certain topics. Categories can be whatever you like.
Now you can Publish the post to your live site (which will make it instantly available) or Save to Drafts to edit / publish it later.
If you save the post as a draft, it'll be accessible to you through a drafts area at the top of the blog page from within the editor (along with any other drafts you've saved). Just click the link to the post from this drafts area to edit it further and save / Publish.
Every new post you Publish will appear at the very top of the page, pushing older posts further down the page. Or, you can change the post date to affect the order.
After you've added seven or eight posts to the page, older posts will be moved off the main page to still accessible archive pages.
The information above is from the Weebly support center. For additional information on blog setting and use, visit: http://help.education.weebly.com/blogs--forums.html