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Kenston was still willing to host, but the Orrville football team is not making the trip to Bainbridge Township for an anticipated clash between unfamiliar foes on Sept. 25. In 68 seasons of football, Kenston has never played Orrville.

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Opening under the current hybrid model for Chagrin schools has proven to be a challenge, but the overall outlook remains positive with proper measures in place to help the district adjust to the new learning environment, Superintendent Robert Hunt said last week.

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Former Newbury teachers now working in the West Geauga Local School District will retain their seniority, potentially sparing them from being first to the chopping block in the event of a reduction in force, according to a newly minted agreement.

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Sidelined for nearly the entire month of August, Solon athletics are back in the game for contact sports with coronavirus numbers down in Cuyahoga County for the past few weeks.

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BAINBRIDGE — Several Kenston High School students were present when a Black Lives Matter sign was recently burned, according to Superintendent Nancy Santilli. She said that the person burning the sign was not a Kenston student, but an unknown number of other Kenston students were at the scene.

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PEPPER PIKE — The Orange Board of Education passed a resolution to allow four students living on North Pointe Drive at The Pointe subdivision to remain in the Orange schools, even though they live in the Beachwood City School District, Orange school board President Beth Wilson-Fish said on S…

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PEPPER PIKE — The Orange Board of Education members brought the discussion of a new front entrance at Orange High School back to the table at their Monday meeting. Discussion should begin early, they said, to ensure safety for the children at the school and to stay on track for prime constru…

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Superintendent Fred Bolden gave a brief update on several proposed policy changes at the Solon Board of Education meeting on Monday. The policies are set to be approved at the next meeting. Gov. Mike DeWine required all schools to write a mask policy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. Bolden …

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The Kenston v. Mayfield varsity game slated to kick off this Friday is canceled after two high school football players from the Mayfield City School District tested positive for COVID-19.

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With the district set to return to school on Aug. 31, the Chardon Local School District Board of Education Monday approved the Return to Learning Responsible Restart plan.

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Director of 21st Century Curriculum Karen Moore said that this fall, Orange City School District students will have a new and improved version of virtual learning.

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After calling off sports practices at the end of July, Superintendent Lynn Campbell announced last week that sports were to resume on Monday for the Orange City School District.

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The Kenston Local School District is set to begin school on Aug. 31 with most children heading back to classrooms where safety precautions will be in place due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, officials said during a Monday board of education meeting.

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Despite their reopening plan in place, West Geauga addressed some primary concerns with the restart of schools this month amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. An established committee intends to investigate the matters further.

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More than 170 people joined the Orange Board of Education meeting on Monday to hear about the district’s plans for reopening this fall. In the meeting that lasted three and a half hours, 24 parents and students expressed their disappointment with Orange’s reopening plans. Some were requestin…

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Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the City of Solon is still striving to present summer events to the community, said Tracy Sullivan, director of community and cultural enrichment.

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Solon and Orange city school districts switched their reopening plans to only virtual learning for the start of the 2020-2021 academic year after the Cuyahoga County Board of Health recommended online classes due to the rise in COVID-19 cases.

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It’s all in for the Solon City School District for the upcoming academic year, and face coverings are required for all students and staff. But for those who may not feel ready to attend school in person, the district is also offering a virtual option.