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A free 2-mile run/walk event through downtown Girard in honor of the slain officer will follow the Sept. 3 dedication ceremony.
Michael Salser, resource officer at Boardman Center Intermediate School, reads to incoming kindergarteners Thursday during Safety Village at Glenwood Junior High School.
Instead of relaxing during his summer vacation, an Austintown ninth-grader went to school to learn about STEM.
“Once a Golden Bear, always a Golden Bear” was the mantra repeated over and over at Saturday’s East High School alumni reunion on the school grounds.
The campers played instruments and worked on dance moves.
“Not only is it for you to help your family, but also for you to help yourself to pursue the American dream to make a decent wage,” said Ty-Juan Young Bright, TRIO director.
The teachers’ union has issued a 10-day strike notice in the negotiation process as of July 17.
Summit Academy Secondary School, a charter school on Youngstown's South Side, has been found out of compliance with several state standards.
Traci Hostetler replaces outgoing Ron Iarussi.
The state auditor’s office plans to conduct a feasibility study to find ways to save money for the three local districts.
Ohio Department of Education report found one of its local charter schools out of compliance with state laws
A cooperative effort that delivered eyeglasses to students resulted in higher attendance, a lower discipline rate and better test performance.
Summit Academy Secondary School teachers were instructed to “make the information up” to meet deadlines for assessments, the report says.
State Auditor Dave Yost’s office issued guidance on using the online fundraising that helps teachers and schools solicit donations of money and supplies.
The Moody family of Colebrook Township, just east of Orwell, grows by one person each summer at Trumbull County Fair time.