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Trumbull Community Action Program is inviting families to Race to Learning from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. July 18 and 25 to register students for Head Start
Five hundred seventy-six students participated in spring commencement May 19. Below is the list of
Public schools in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties lost more than $24 million to the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow charter school since its inception in 2012.
About 85 C.H. Campbell Elementary School fourth-graders celebrated memories and moving forward at the annual Fourth-Grade Picnic
The Community Connectors program provides students with soft skills training, a paid job or internship and a local mentor.
“This is just amazing,” Kasich said of the early results in Youngstown from HB 70. “And what shocks me is that there are people there who somehow want to destroy this program. And it’s beyond me..... What is it that they don’t like? What do they want to do – go backwards? I don’t understand it.”
The Girard RoboCats have had a successful season, and capped it off with winning first place at the WOW Championship.
Students dressed as historical figures stood along the perimeter of the cafeteria and recited facts about the historical figure they were portraying. Tyler Johnson chose baseball great Jackie Robinson.
The bus service’s CEO said the student slapped the bus driver and the attendant applied the appropriate restraint.
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.