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Boardman Local Schools have long history of music, drama and arts education
Youngstown City Schools CEO Krish Mohip said he stands by comments made about a possible grim future for the district.
Ken Jakubec’s final term with Austintown Board of Education ended as 2018 began, but at nearly 71 years old, Jakubec has no intentions to stop helping the school if he’s needed.
Ed Smrek has passed down music tradition to five children and 10 grandchildren.
A Boardman Township financial firm donated coats to students in four elementary schools.
The fund awarded $8,500 to teachers.
Youngstown City Schools will be closed today and Friday following the district’s first two-hour delay
The vote for president was 4-2 with no votes from board members Dario Hunter and Corinne Sanderson. The vote for vice president was four votes for Murphy from Kimble, Murphy, board member Ronald Shadd and new member Tina Cvetkovich; and two votes for Sanderson from Sanderson and Hunter.
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The 2018 Northeastern Ohio Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition will open
Sixth-grader Vernon Gurley stops at the Liberty Middle School guidance counselor’s office every day to pet, feed and read a book to a furry friend.
McGuffey staff, students donate to families