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.
Back in action after a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, students marched from the Chagrin Falls Middle School to the Chagrin Valley Recreation Center last week under the hot sun for the culmination of their interdisciplinary regatta project.
The Chagrin Falls middle and high school campus could be looking at both block and eight-period scheduling for the 2021-2022 academic year, a blend of new and traditional models for the students’ daily structure.
With the conviction of Derek Chauvin as guilty on all counts in the death of George Floyd last week, Chagrin Falls school board member Sharon Broz addressed the importance of the district’s reaffirmation to their commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice.
In a special meeting Monday morning, the Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Board of Education unanimously appointed Lori Bendall to fill the vacant seat left by Greg Kanzinger, who resigned earlier last month.
The Chagrin Falls Board of Education is seeking applicants to fill the unexpired term of board member Greg Kanzinger, who resigned due to personal interest in applying for a teaching position within the district.
As the final buzzer in regulation sounded Chagrin Falls Tigers hockey head coach Jim Revak ushered his team into the locker room. The Tigers were tied with the Orange Lions in the first round of the Kent Qualifying district tournament during that 2019 season.
Chagrin Falls Superintendent Robert Hunt gave the green light to allow more elementary students to move to the in-person model for the final trimester, beginning March 1, from the district’s Virtual Academy.
Complementary to an online survey the district rolled out to the community, a handful of parents gathered in a public forum last week to provide insight on their ideal successor of the superintendent title for the Chagrin school district.
With the coronavirus vaccine rollout underway and teachers expected to have access to their first dose as soon as this week, Superintendent Robert Hunt suggested the Chagrin board consider hiring an additional full-time educator at Gurney Elementary School to allow more students to switch to…
While the new bus garage for Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools is backlogged for the time being, the district is getting a head start on determining how to fund the project when the time is right, looking to summer of 2024 to begin construction.
Come July, Superintendent Robert Hunt will lead a new district with more than 9,000 students across four counties and 12 communities in the greater Chicago area, a stark contrast to the suburban Chagrin schools with nearly 1,800 students.
The Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools Superintendent Robert Hunt accepted a new position at Barrington 220 Community School District in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Hunt plans to finish the academic year with Chagrin schools “to support the transition to the next leader,” the district stated …
The Chagrin schools’ DEIJ Task Force is focused on meaningful change with plans to continue better implementation of equity within the district over the next few years.