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Tabitha Fiorenza, a sophomore at Fitch, died Saturday at age 17.
Blaming the “aggressive practices” of the Girard City Schools, Liberty schools are blocking white students from taking part in open enrollment.
Andy Yantes, mentor for Fitch High School’s robotics team, displays an award he won for his work with students.
Brookfield sixth-graders create clay masks
Damascus Elementary celebrates Dr. Seuss
Canfield student earns recognition for science
Although dinosaurs have not walked the Earth in millions of years, they roamed AES’s gym Thursday.
Poland Players Director Candy Fonagy reached a milestone with Thursday night’s opening of “Bye Bye Birdie.” It marked the 100th performance she directed.
Students can take all their classes online, or have a mixture of online and traditional classes, and students from other districts can open enroll in the online school.
Local high school students milled about on campus at Youngstown State University for the 40th annual festival.
Mohip issued a statement Wednesday saying, “The investigation into what amounted to nothing more than speculation and innuendo obviously found no wrongdoing. Still, Dario Hunter continues to harass and attempt to tarnish my character, and he doesn’t care who else may be collateral damage... . This is just the latest mud they have hurled at me in an attempt to get something to stick, to destroy HB 70 and to regain control of the school district.”
The Girard “RoboCats” will compete in Detroit on April 25-28.
Jenny Beil, third-grade teacher at Canfiled’s Hilltop Elementary School, speaks during Tuesday evening’s Community Awareness meeting about school safety at Canfield High School.
Five East High School students are among more than 1,400 teams in the world that have qualified for Destination Imagination’s May 21 Global Finals in Knoxville, Tenn.