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Parents with students in the school district received a call Saturday alerting them to a social media post about which the district notified police.
Filmmaker Stanley Nelson knew he wanted to tell a story about the nation’s historically black colleges and universities — not just about individual HBCUs, many of which have their own celebrated histories, but about what they collectively have meant to black people.
Taft Elementary student Asia Stubbs, Ybucks banker, puts some Ybucks in an envelope for students’ earnings. Ybucks can now be put into savings or checking accounts to be used online.
The Prayer Matters cause in West Branch School District has raised more than $20,000.
Austintown Middle School STEM students received a guided tour through Brilex Industries’ manufacturing floor Thursday morning.
Officers gave out candy and flowers to students at Chaney, East, Mooney and Ursuline, leaving a lot of smiles in their wake.
“In my studio [classroom], I want to give students opportunities to look at things differently, more creatively,” explained Ragghanti-Crowe, Wilson intervention specialist. “And when they walk in here, this room calms them down.”
Williamson Elementary students Melissa Colvin, left, and Myeisha McKnight dance together at the Wednesday afternoon Sweetheart Dance, which was for students on track with behavior and academics.
The Hubbard French Club learned how to swing dance and ate creole cuisine at the celebration in Brookfield.
A Youngstown school board member called a private meeting at East High that took place on Feb. 9 an ‘egregious act’
Zhraiah Chehan, 8, fires a dart toward a target during the Pennies for Patients Carnival Tuesday at South Side Academy in Youngstown. Proceeds from the after-school carnival and other fundraising events at the school in January and February will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Brookfield girls basketball team wins at tournament
Lake Milton American Legion Post 737 receives award