The Chardon Area Chamber of Commerce will offer two $1,000 scholarships to support Chardon Local School District students pursuing postsecondary education.
The Kenston Board of Education, in a Jan. 18 special meeting, appointed Ryan H. Pendleton, through Northeast Ohio Educational Service Center, to the position of interim treasurer until the district finds a permanent treasurer. The district will pay the ESC $5,000 a month for the interim services.
In its organizational meeting last week, the Chagrin Falls Board of Education unanimously accepted the nomination of Sharon Broz as its president. This will be her third time serving in the role.
After identifying improvements and taking community feedback into account, the Chagrin Falls Board of Education last week approved the 2023-24 school-district calendar – but with one change from what was originally proposed.
Utilizing the expertise of community members with backgrounds in finance, architecture, communications and the like, the Solon School District’s strategic planning committee included 125 people. The committee members logged a combined 1,800 hours of work to create a plan for the district’s f…
The Chardon Board of Education chose member Keith Brewster as its president for the year, with Guy Wilson as vice president, at the annual organizational meeting Jan. 4. For 2022, board member Karen Blankenship was president, and Mr. Brewster was vice president.
As Solon resident took on his new role as a member of the Ohio Board of Education this month, he said it’s the culmination of a lifetime of interest in Ohio’s public schools and the result of his recent interest in advocating for Ohio’s students.
The Solon Board of Education held its organizational meeting on Jan. 9, electing Leanne Moses, a board member since 2018, as its president, and Julie Glavin, who had previously served as president, as vice president. Both are one-year terms.
The 2022 Solon Middle School Science Fair award winners were announced on Dec. 20 amid a competition that included 149 entries from eighth-grade students. More than 50 judges were involved in selecting the winners in six science-fair categories.
Solon School District Food Service Director Lynne Hutchison’s love of her job is evident right on her name tag. A smiling broccoli made of felt sits above her name and brings smiles to the faces of the students she serves when helping out in the school lunch lines.
Solon School Board members are hoping that the early bird gets the worm next summer. They have awarded contracts for renovation projects at four school buildings now so that materials and equipment will arrive in time to complete the projects before the next school year.
The Solon School Board has approved four new courses to be offered at Solon High School beginning in the 2023-24 school year: Yoga 2.0 is for upper-class students who have already fulfilled their physical-education requirements. The class will provide more in-depth and advanced yoga poses an…
In providing an update on the Chagrin Falls School District’s Inner Council, a group of representatives comprising all of the support and community organizations districtwide, School Board President Sharon Broz touted a “cultural shift” that has occurred.
There are just over 400 eighth-graders at Solon Middle School this year. On Dec. 7, 149 of them were professionally dressed, anxious but eager to share their science fair projects with the fair’s judges, school staff members and their fellow scientific-minded students.
The Chagrin Falls Board of Education delved into new course proposals for the 2022-2023 school year last week, including a gaming course and a semester dedicated to the history of Cleveland.
Chagrin Falls Board of Education President Sharon Broz voiced concerns last week regarding the proposed 2023-24 district calendar, which will be up to a vote next month.
Orange School District officials had a recent collaborative discussion regarding the important next steps they will take in strategic planning over the next three years.