The Chardon Local School District’s Board of Education held its annual organizational meeting prior to the regular board meeting on Jan. 10 as Carmen J. Paterniti and Todd Albright, who were elected in November, took their oaths of office for their four-year terms.
Four Chagrin Falls Middle School students have been named Tiger of the Month, having shown “exemplary performance” in the areas of leadership and academics.
In the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis in 2020, the Chagrin Falls Exempted Village School District decided to develop a plan to address diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. The result was a task force comprised of roughly 90 total members including teachers, administrat…
The last time the Chagrin Falls Tigers’ hockey team played Canfield, it resulted in in the Tigers hoisting the Baron Cup III trophy.
The Chagrin Falls Tigers boys’ basketball team continues to show their resolve. The Tigers used another strong defensive effort to defeat Chagrin Valley Conference foe Lakeside 60-39 last Saturday evening at Quisinberry Gymnasium.
It was another slow start for the Chagrin Falls Tigers’ hockey team. This time, it proved costly as the Tigers lost to rival Normandy 9-3 last Sunday afternoon at The Pond.
The Chagrin Falls Tigers boys’ basketball team has a lot to learn in a short time to begin this season. The Tigers proved they were quick learners by defeating Chagrin Valley Conference foe Beachwood 51-36 last Saturday night at Quesinberry Gymnasium.
Not only is Chagrin Falls Tigers’ senior midfielder Sarah Burgess leaving as a state champion, but also departs with a new school record. She finished her high school career with 56 assists, surpassing the previous school record of 49 set by Jenny Langford during the 1997 season.
Whenever Chagrin Falls’ senior Andrew Kirkpatrick meets anyone for the first time, they immediately are impressed by his size. High school kids the size of 6-foot-4 don’t grow on trees.
Ranked as one of the weakest teams in Division III, the Kenston Bombers football team is silencing its critics each week. The Bombers kept their playoff run alive by holding off Steubenville 49-42 last Friday evening in the Division III, Region 9 regional quarterfinals at Kenston Bomber Stadium.
Having won their last two games in overtime, the Chagrin Falls Tigers girls’ soccer team wanted to secure a victory in the first 80 minutes of their Division II regional finals match.
The Gilmour Lancers girls’ volleyball team’s quest to defend their Division II state title remains alive.
The Chardon Hilltoppers’ girls’ volleyball team’s wild ride came to an end when they lost 3-1 to Massillon Jackson in the Division I regional semifinals on Nov. 4 at Hudson High School.
One of the Chardon Hilltoppers football team’s biggest goals, aside from repeating as state champions, was to stay undefeated at home. It did just that last Friday evening as Chardon won a 63-7 contest over Streetsboro in the Division III, Region 9 regional quarterfinals at Chardon Memorial Field.
Orange Lions’ standout junior Alexis Nyborg said it still feels like yesterday when she joined the tennis team in 2019. Little did she know would she become a perennial powerhouse and the first Orange female Division II state finalist on Oct. 23 in Cincinnati.
Due to COVID protocols, the 2020 OHSAA Division III state cross-country meet did not allow for any crowds. Then Hawken freshman Nick Garcia-Whitko only qualified as an individual so it was a lonely race for him as he placed 67th.
After placing eighth at the Division II state tournament last year, Hawken Hawks’ junior Ella Wong wanted to finish in at least the top this year.
Chagrin Falls school officials said results of the recently released state report cards show the dedication of students and faculty facing challenges during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chagrin Falls school district is one step closer to the construction of a new transportation facility, a project the school board has been working toward for years that was originally slated to begin in the summer of 2022.
Masks will be required for all students and staff in grades kindergarten through six for the 2021-2022 school year, subject to change upon the ever-updating guidance of health recommendations, district officials said.
In an effort to carry consistent social emotional learning through students’ educational careers, Chagrin schools is looking to implement a new curriculum to fill identified gaps.
CHAGRIN FALLS — In nearly an hour and a half of testimonies, parents, alumni and other community members came forward Wednesday to share their grievances or support of the Chagrin Falls schools’ Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Task Force.
With letters circulating that call for the end to the Chagrin schools’ Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Task Force, a counter petition has sprung up in support of the group.