Wild West

Orange Inclusive Preschool students recently had their annual Wild, Wild West Day and Hoedown. Family and guests were invited to dress in their Western best and come visit the ranch (classroom) where they drank “cactus juice,” dined on pigs-in-a-blanket and did a little square dancing. Students Zahra Shaikh, from left, Serafina Degregorio, Joshua Fresch, Dean Carreras and Arjun Choudhary entertained family and friends with their finger play rendition of the poem “Five Little Cowpokes.”

Lou DeVincentis 216-831-8600 ext 6626

Staci Vincent 216-831-8600

Network community meeting

The Orange Parent Education Network (O.P.E.N.) invites everyone to attend its upcoming community meeting on Oct. 24 from 6:30-8 p.m. in Room 22 at the Pepper Pike Learning Center on the Orange Schools Campus, 32000 Chagrin Blvd. in Pepper Pike. The meeting will feature Kelly Borders, M.Ed. who is the assistant director for Orange Community Education and Recreation. She will discuss the new programs and services the department has to offer. Reservations are directed to Courtney at OrangecsdOPEN@gmail.com.

Bus Safety Training

As part of the Orange City School District’s annual kindergarten through third grade bus safety training, Moreland Hills Elementary School students received a hands-on lesson in proper bus etiquette throughout the week. Child-friendly music videos explaining school bus safety were shown, and students had the opportunity to practice what they learned. Students were reminded of the importance of positive behavior and following safety protocol both on and off the bus.

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