‘Shark Tank’ returns to Struthers Middle School


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A select group of eighth-grade students from Struthers Middle School were chosen to compete in a “Shark Tank” event that recently took place at the “Wildcat Cage” in front of a panel of judges. The project was on Sustainability, the overall goal being the research of soil types in a region and creating a farm-to-table restaurant. Judges included were Dr. Ron Iarussi, Mahoning County Educational Service Center Superintendent; Dave Vecchione, Struthers Middle School Principal; Phil Latessa, Struthers City Schools director of school improvement; and Peg Flynn, Green Team educator. Above, from left, are Ella Croyle, Diana Szenborn, Madalynn Trimble and Danielle Mendel, one of the groups of students that participated.

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