During lunch periods Friday, Green High School students could pay $5 to have their heads shaved or get their hair spray-painted with bright, washable hair spray. It was designed as a way for the students and teachers to show they are behind Ben as he battles cancer. It was also a chance to raise funds for Project Ed Bear which supports pediatric oncology patients throughout northeast Ohio. It’s a program that played a significant supporting role for Ben.
Voters, on Tuesday, approved the Coventry Local Schools combined 5.99-mill bond issue and permanent improvement levy. Passage ensures the construction of a new high school and avoids significant cuts to music and athletic programs across the district.
Six area fire departments gathered over the weekend to participate in an increasingly rare training exercise – a live burn of a house.
Green High freshmen students and their teachers were greeted by a host of planes and artifacts that were older then they were when they entered the Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS) Aviation Museum.
Mountain bike rider Chris Clark put on quite a show for the students at Spring Hill Junior High in two afternoon shows that emphasized messages of healthy living.
The Jackson Lions Club recognized Arbor Day this year by donating 403 seedling spruce trees to all fourth-graders at Jackson Local Schools. This is the second year the Jackson Lions delivered the trees to students in the district.
Green Local plans to partner with Ohio-based Finding Leaders firm for superintendent search.
District Superintendent William Stauffer told the board of education Tuesday that shaky floors will likely delay the opening of the new building. The school, which will serve grades seven through 12, was to open in August.
As an early-childhood intervention specialist with Green Local Schools, Amy Warth knows a little something about kids with autism: They’re true to themselves.
Make time for the fine arts: Read.
“Literature and writing is a type of fine art,” Massillon Museum Educator Jill Malusky said. “That is one of the reasons we didn’t think twice about how (the Big Read) fits our mission as an interdisciplinary museum.”
The Manchester Local Schools Board of Education is looking for a new board member now that LeAnn Nichols has stepped down.
With the weather getting warmer, many people open the windows on their homes and clean out the winter blues along with a lot of dust that accumulated over the winter months.
Preschool isn’t for sissies.
It’s also becoming less of an option and more of a kindergarten prerequisite.
Andi Michelson, an occupational therapy assistant and professional speaker on aging and brain health, talked about various research studies on aging, memory and staying active as it relates to brain health.
Megan Owens earned a middle school teaching degree and soon after went to work at Mathnasium Math Learning Center in Jackson Township. Little did she know that she would become the owner of the tutoring and learning center.
The Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) is giving high school students the chance to explore pharmaceutical careers with its Pathways to Pharmacy and HealthSuccess programs.
In March 2014, the Jackson High School bands plan to travel to China to perform. The invitation to do so was extended as the direct result of the district’s global learning initiatives.