The Solon City School District Board of Education approved a retire-rehire request, reassigned administrative tasks and approved English language learner mentors and home instruction teachers at their meeting Oct. 14.
Five candidates, including one incumbent, are vying for two seats on the Newbury Board of Education as the district prepares to become part of the West Geauga Local School District for the 2020-2021 academic year.
How have women made strides in the working world created by men for men? That was the topic explored at Laurel School last Friday during International Day of the Girl Child.
The defending state champion took fifth, and a player who was third at the previous week’s sectional tournament ended up with the title.
The Hawken School gridders (3-4) were clicking on all cylinders to score more points than they have in more than 20 seasons during a 63-26 home victory against Richmond Heights (0-7) on Friday night at Walton Stadium.
Solon was beyond the point of big trouble during the Comet gridders’ road test against unbeaten Greater Cleveland Conference foe Euclid on Friday night. Trouble had already come and gone, and matters only appeared to getting worse.
Solon senior Maggie Yang was competing for a third straight trip to the big dance, but she’d have to punch her ticket with a freshman partner during the Division I Northeast District tennis tournament last Thursday and Saturday in Akron.
West Geauga renowned goal scorer Nicola Ehrbar hammered away a pair of tallies to put the Lady Wolverines well on their way to a bounce-back victory in a regular-season finale against Kenston on Saturday afternoon at Howell Field.
Fiscal responsibility and the success of students are issues that have surfaced in the Orange City School District Board of Education race. Vying for the two seats on the Nov. 5 election ballot are incumbents Melanie Weltman and Beth Wilson-Fish as well as political newcomer Meredith Bond.
Division IV AP No. 2-ranked Perry (7-0, 4-0) and Division III Geneva (6-1, 4-0) remain in the driver’s seat of the Chagrin Valley Conference Chagrin Division after lopsided victories against Chagrin Falls (4-3, 3-1) and Lakeside (1-6, 1-3), respectively.
The Solon boys cross-country team only had two of the same scorers from a year ago, but that didn’t stop the Comets from defending their Greater Cleveland Conference banner on Saturday at Garfield Park in Mentor.
League newcomer Edgewood stole the girls team trophy by one point while Hawken School junior Ella Gilson three-peated her individual title during the Chagrin Valley Conference cross-country meet on Saturday at the Geauga County Fairgrounds.
Solon’s imperfections were brought to daylight by AP No. 1-ranked Mentor (6-0, 3-0) during a 41-7 home hurting in Greater Cleveland Conference play on Friday night at Stewart Field.
Three weeks into the Chagrin Valley Conference Chagrin Division season, Division IV AP No. 2-ranked Perry (6-0), Geneva (5-1) and Chagrin Falls (4-2) remain unbeaten at 3-0 in league play.
After colliding three times in the postseason last year, Orange senior Blessing Nwaozuzu and West Geauga sophomore Rylie Hanford were at it again during last week’s Division II sectional tennis tournament at the Mayfield Racquet Club.
Solon’s double team of senior Maggie Yang and freshman Niya Fried held their seed to finish runners-up among 35 tandems from 18 schools during the Division I sectional tennis tournament last week at their home community park courts.
A 13-0 halftime deficit would have been quite a tall order for the Hawken School gridders (2-4, 1-2) to overcome last year, when they averaged 13.4 points per game.
There was just too much smoke out on the links during the Division I Northeast Ohio boys district golf tournament on Monday at the Pine Hills par-72 course in Hinckley Township.
Like they had in every game so far this season, the Kenston boys were fixing to score first when they took the opening drive into the red zone against Willoughby South on Friday night in Bainbridge Township.
Entering the match with 75 goals through 13 games, the Kenston girls soccer team sure didn’t need any help from rival Chagrin Falls during a clash on the pitch last Thursday at C.S. Harris Stadium.
Gilmour Academy (3-3) owned a 7-0 lead at the quarter mark as the host Lancers were fixing to defend their home gridiron against southern neighbor University School (4-2) on Saturday afternoon in Gates Mills.
Two years ago, the Gilmour Academy boys golf team finished third in their district, before going on to finish Division III state runner-up during the 2017 championships in Columbus.
Residents in the Berkshire School District can begin to see what they are getting for their money as construction began last week on the new Pre-K through 12 school building.
A short-handed Geauga County Educational Service Center voted unanimously last week in the second of two votes to approve the territory transfer of Newbury School District to the West Geauga.
The Chagrin Valley Exempted Village Schools Board of Education is making a concerted effort to study student achievement data at the district in order to make the best decisions for the future.
Kenston Alumni Association honored its 2019 class of inductees to its Distinguished Hall of Fame in a ceremony held Oct. 2 at the Kenston High School Auditorium. Those inducted were Dr. Alan Gurd, Kenston team physician; William Berger, educator; Robert A. Lee, educator; William O’Neil, educ…
Government students recently witnessed firsthand how the court system works when the 8th District Court of Appeals heard two cases in the Solon High School auditorium. The cases, presented by attorneys to a three-judge panel sitting onstage, launched the district court’s new program “From Co…
Although Chagrin Falls Exempted Village School District received an overview A on the most recent state report card and was the third highest rated district in the state, local officials said last week that there is still some room for improvement.