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Nearly 350 Solon High School seniors celebrated until 2:30 a.m. last Saturday as part of the community’s “After Prom” celebration where they found their school transformed into a Superhero-themed extravaganza, complete with comic book-themed rooms and lounges and more food, fun, prizes and a…

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Several area high schools ranked toward the top of U.S. News and World Report’s recently-released 2022 list of the state’s best high schools. Solon ranked seventh and Chagrin Falls ranked eighth with Kenston and West Geauga trailing close behind.

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Chagrin Falls Middle School won the Iron Giraffe Challenge Super School Award by raising $25,576.47 – the highest amount out of any school in the country – for Water for South Sudan. 

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Two years of negotiations came to a halt this week when the West Geauga Board of Education unanimously voted to cease negotiations once and for all with the Newbury Township Trustees regarding the township’s acquisition of the former Newbury school property.

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The Kenston Board of Education has contracted with the Ohio School Boards Association to assist in the search to replace outgoing Superintendent Nancy Santilli. The board will include a time in the search process for OSBA Consultant William Waidelich to meet with staff and the community in s…

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The honeymoon is officially over for the Gilmour Lancers’ boys’ lacrosse team.

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It only took four weeks but the Kenston Bombers’ baseball team is finally on a winning streak.

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The fate of the former Arthur Road Elementary School was discussed at Monday’s Solon Board of Education meeting, with plans to seek bids for costs associated with its potential demolition.

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Students at Gurney Elementary enjoyed a performance along with a pertinent lesson during an assembly on April 19 by Dancing Wheels, a physically integrated dance company that incorporates dancers with and without wheelchairs. 

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The Kenston Board of Education approved a contract with the Ohio School Boards Association to conduct an executive search for a superintendent in the amount of $9,000 plus additional expenses not to exceed $3,000 if necessary. 

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The visitor bleachers at Chardon High School’s Memorial Field will be receiving some upgrades after last Tuesday’s special Board of Education meeting.

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