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Joshua Dixon Elementary students in Columbiana run around the gym for the inaugural Jog A Thon Friday morning. They raised money for school activities and got to have a fun event as a result.
Silence resounded at a Canfield Board of Education meeting when Superintendent Alex Geordan asked principals if their teachers make up their own safety plans.
Boardman seniors Sydney Boggs, left, and Krista Ritz practice a song for Friday’s rock orchestra show at the performing arts center.
A crowd of 1,700 packed the State of the Schools’ meeting.
Liberty students spoke their minds to school officials about their perceptions of their school district at an open forum Tuesday evening.
The Youngstown schools CEO remains a finalist for superintendent in two other districts.
The staff member is on administrative leave while the investigation continues.
Opinion: Here’s the bottom line of the brutally honest appraisal of the Youngstown City School District from
Opinion: Wednesday’s National School Walkout became a great lesson. But oddly, the lesson was for the
Nearly 300 Campbell Memorial High School students walked out to join the national protest against gun violence.
Absenteeism was high and officials played the blame game.
Wednesday marked the 30th anniversary of Pi Day (3/14), and to celebrate the constant numeral, Austintown Intermediate transformed into Mathopolis.
Students from Campbell Memorial High School walked out right at 10 a.m. Wednesday as part of the national protest to end gun violence at schools and demand gun-control legislation from lawmakers.
Numerous Valley schools will honor the Parkland, Fla., mass shooting victims with 17-minute observances starting at 10 a.m.
Residents were split on the issue of arming teachers during a public hearing Tuesday evening.