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Members of the Chagrin Falls Board of Education discussed concerns surrounding the two possible sites for new tennis courts at a recent meeting, and ultimately moved forward with the continued investigation of both sites with a decision on either one in two weeks.

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Despite the outward disapproval of district parents in previous community meetings, the West Geauga Board of Education approved the reconfiguration of the elementary schools Monday night. In the same vote, the board also approved the establishment of one or more stakeholder committees to eas…

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Two Solon residents received scholarships during fall semester at Baldwin Wallace University: Matthew Maloney, a graduate of Saint Ignatius High School majoring in instrumental performance, earned the E.S. and M.R. Griffiths Scholarship, and Jessica Uguccini, a graduate of Solon High School …

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West Geauga Local Board of Education approved the annual guidelines for open enrollment for the 2020-21 school year on Monday night with changes to caps for new students coming into the district, transportation and notification dates for acceptance.

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After removing the vote on reconfiguring the elementary schools from the December board meeting agenda, the West Geauga Local School Board of Education discussed several alternatives to this master planning interim step during a special meeting last week.

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At a special meeting on Dec. 17, the Orange Board of Education voted 4-1 to approve a proposal from ThenDesign Architecture to offer design services for the women’s varsity locker room renovation at a cost of $175,000. ThenDesign Architecture will make drawings for the project to update part…

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After open meetings with district parents, the West Geauga Local School Board of Education agreed to remove the vote on grade-leveling Westwood and Lindsey elementary schools from the agenda Monday night.

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Residents would likely recommend the Kenston Local School District to a friend. That was one of the results of a community survey presented to the board of education Monday by the Kenston Citizens Advisory Committee.

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Kenston had to have been finding the hot shooter in the second quarter of the Bomber cagers’ league game against Riverside on Friday night in front of a home crowd in Bainbridge Township.

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After open meetings with district parents, the West Geauga Local School Board of Education agreed to remove the vote on grade-leveling Westwood and Lindsey elementary schools from the agenda Monday night.

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The Chagrin Falls Exempted Village School District’s board last week agreed to add $543,000 to the 2020 budget to build tennis courts after residents spoke about the need to make good on a promise to replace the courts eliminated during a project.

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Meredith Bond, who lost her bid for an Orange school board seat, raised and spent significantly more money than her opponents during the Nov. 5 general election, according to campaign finance reports filed last week.

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If Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin was going to keep dropping 3-pointers, the host University School cagers were going to have a difficult time pulling away on Friday night at Weatherhead Gymnasium in Hunting Valley.

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Without a goal through two league games, the University School puck-handlers were left scratching their heads after a 0-0 overtime tie against Shaker Heights and then a 3-0 loss against rival Gilmour Academy on Dec. 4.

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Members of the Ohio Education Association (OEA) voted unanimously at their Dec. 7 meeting to recommend reforms to the state report card system to the Ohio General Assembly. The proposed reforms are based on a survey of OEA members and call for a system that provides more detailed information…

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A starting lineup with a freshman, two transfers and a player who was only eligible for half the season last year, maybe it should have taken the West Geauga girls basketball team a hot minute to get settled.

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In a sprinter-friendly meet, the Chagrin Falls swim team lightened the load but still ran away with the boys title during the Chardon Hilltopper Invitational on Saturday at the Spire Institute in Geneva.