The Berkshire Local Board of Education is doing their part to ensure the new PreK-12 building can withstand Geauga County winters with the installation of snow melt systems in several entryways.
After holding meetings virtually for the public for more than a year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Berkshire Schools Board of Education announced last week it will be returning to in-person school board meetings.
With construction completion fast approaching on the new $42 million Berkshire Local School District’s all-grade school in Burton, plans are underway for the opening of the new campus in January of 2022.
The Berkshire Board of Education Monday agreed to hire more substitute teachers that were granted temporary licensure under a new state law.
Berkshire Board of Education members on Monday approved the Responsible Return to School Plan for the 2020-21 academic school year that gives students choices.
Berkshire Board of Education last week approved bids for construction of the new all-grade school building setting the maximum price at $42.54 million.
Every school in Ohio is in a bind after Gov. Mike DeWine ordered the closure of all schools from March 16 through April 3 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. He announced the mandatory closing in a press conference on March 12.
A third attempt by Burton Township Trustees last week to resolve a revenue-splitting agreement with Burton Village on two township properties put a hold on the village’s plans to go it alone.
Averting a near complete collapse in talks last week, Burton Village officials were able to strike a deal with Berkshire school officials for payment on an estimated $315,000 water tap-in fee.
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.
Burton Village Council moved quickly Monday to provide access to its water for the new Berkshire Local School District pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade campus as council pondered another tax-sharing proposal from Burton Township on the school and a senior living community.
Public schools across the Chagrin Valley and Geauga County for the most part performed well on the annual district report cards released this morning (Sept. 12) by the Ohio Department of Education.
Burton Village Council began putting together a to-do list Monday as plans for a senior living center and the new Berkshire School move forward.
The Berkshire Community Planning Association reviewed plans last week for bringing full-time fire departments to the community and how it will gauge the community on the future of Berkshire School District’s soon-to-be abandoned buildings.
As Berkshire Schools prepares to break ground on its new Pre-K through 12 school in September, school officials are looking at what will become of the buildings that now serve the district.
Auburn Career Center has been expanding its programs including a new criminal justice course, Superintendent Dr. Brian Bontempo told Geauga County Commissioners last week.