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Poland schools Forum on finances, future of district draws hundreds

Nearly 300 people turned out Monday for a community meeting on the school district’s financial situation and future.


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Harding teacher develops food pantry

Harding Elementary School’s food pantry is getting filled thanks to first-grade teacher Shannon Sefcik.


Innovative scheduling to be implemented at University of Akron

Innovative scheduling to be implemented at University of Akron


Kent State University presents Diversity Awards for 2018

Kent State University presents Diversity Awards for 2018


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Students inducted into the National Junior Beta Club

Students inducted into the National Junior Beta Club

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Brookfield students of the month

Brookfield students of the month


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West Branch students chosen for OSU Honors Band

West Branch students chosen for OSU Honors Band


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Recycle superhero visits Campbell class

Recycle superhero visits Campbell class


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Student wins ‘Best of Show’ at Holy Family science fair

Student wins ‘Best of Show’ at Holy Family science fair


Boardman swim team makes colorful splash

Boardman swim team makes colorful splash

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Dixon Elementary students jump rope for charity

Dixon Elementary students jump rope for charity

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Poland police probe student's social media post

Parents with students in the school district received a call Saturday alerting them to a social media post about which the district notified police.


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Film showcases historically black colleges and universities

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.


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Ybucks teaches Taft students civil, fiscal responsibility

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.


Profits for Prayer Matters

The Prayer Matters cause in West Branch School District has raised more than $20,000.