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The Stephens Public School Students’ A Hand Up grant awards students who need financial help
The Early Genius program aims to get students interested in STEM at a young age.
For much of his young life, LaVon Shepherd aspired to be a basketball player, but his penchant for writing – and having suffered from bullying – radically altered his priorities.
The exhibition, which was open to the public, included ceramic and clay sculptures, drawings, paintings and music that students from grades one through 12 have worked on over the past year.
Voters approved the levy last week, and it will bring in an additional $4.9 million.
Four Girard students received the first Officer Justin Leo Memorial Scholarship award.
The book drive resulted in more than 400 books and puzzles for Akron Children’s Hospital Beeghly Campus patients.
The Trumbull Ashtabula Group Law Enforcement Task Force awarded Hubbard High School;s production and broadcasting class $1,000 for its anti-drug public service announcement contest.
The center will be along state Route 616 near the city’s K-7 school.
Students created posters warning about drugs and alcohol.
After an uproar over a new open-enrollment policy, Liberty schools Superintendent Joseph Nohra said the board of education is going to rewrite the resolution to clarify its position and plans to put it up for a vote in June.
If you want to know where Jared Ausnehmer gets his inspiration as an athlete, just take a look at his shoes.
The dance, now in its 21st year, brings students with special needs from more than 30 schools across three counties together for a prom experience.
Maeson Green, a Fitch High School junior, puts his best foot forward with his shoe-repair and cleaning business.
Austintown schools announce concert schedule