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Campbell students selected for honors band
Brookfield administrators participate in ‘BossLift’
Youngstown City Schools' current 93 percent teacher-attendance rate is actually 12 percent higher than that of Austintown's.
Boardman High School students in Emerging Leaders volunteered their time Saturday to help Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley salvage nonperishables.
Tom Slaven’s advanced placement chemistry class burst into cheers Wednesday when they heard their submission to the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest is a state winner.
Michael R. Mattocks, 31, a former Liberty High School substitute teacher, pleaded not guilty Friday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court to 10 child pornography charges.
The donation comes from Bill and Karen Veri, who previously provided $150,000 in 2016 to fund construction of a band shell.
Ken Jakubec and Alex Benyo
Stambaugh Charter Academy wrapped its arms around family member and special education teacher Erin Boucher by hosting a spaghetti dinner in her honor
The school board contends the district is top-heavy with administrators.
Bold letters on the side of C-SPAN’s bus declare that the television network is “where history unfolds daily.” On Tuesday, Mahoning Valley students learned about some of that history when the bus visited Poland Seminary and Boardman high schools.
Prinicpals, program directors and the superintendent at Canfield Local Schools spent Tuesday running classes in each of the district’s schools.
Campbell High School seniors plant tulips