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Youngstown school board ‘killed’ Hathorn’s spirit

The outgoing superintendent says micromanagement interfered with his job, but the board president disagrees.

Teachers at Youngstown charter schools want to unionize

Two Summit Academy schools seek union

Jim Tressel restructures YSU administration

YSU restructures and saves more than $940,000 by eliminating positions, combining duties and hiring new people

Youngstown mayor says he’d oversee schools, if asked

A committee of state board of education met in the city Thursday

2-time Vindy champ ousted

Annabelle DAY EXCELS EARLY, falls after TEST

Staff and wire report NATIONAL HARBOR, MD. Annabelle Day won’t advance to today’s semifinal

3 Mahoning school districts will have new superintendents

Youngstown, Springfield and West Branch will all have new people at respective helms next year

YSU organization awards grants

YSu student organization pays it forward by awarding grants

MCCTC students achieve at national contest

MCCTC information technology students place at national competition

Spring Fling benefits Millcreek Children’s Center

Millcreek Children’s Center event benefits early childhood development programming

KSU researchers study smartphones

Talking, texting reduces exercise intensity, Kent researchers find

Annabelle Day heads to national spelling bee

Annabelle Day of Boardman will face 284 competitors from across the U.S. and other countries

Struthers students campaign for classmate

Sarah Williams’ friends rallied their classmates to elect Sarah Struthers High School prom queen

Saturday forum targets achievement gap

The Links sponsor “Fertilizing the Dream,” a youth literacy forum, Saturday

Education gets dirty

MCCTC students stay the course in McMudder event

About 150 MCCTC students participated in Friday’s McMudder

MCCTC students excel at state contest

MCCTC students and a Springfield student win cash at state competition

Red Nose Day marked at REC

Red Nose Day

Rayen Early College students wore red noses to raise funds for child poverty

ACTION cancels meeting about city schools

ACTION’s executive director said the organization didn’t get a commitment to attend from all board members

Chaney students pick new school logo

Chaney’s new logo, designed by commercial arts instructor Craig Popovich, symbolizes on the school’s STEM and VPA focuses

Second U.S. patent awarded to YSU

YSU professor’s invention to deflect wind from solar panels earns federal patent

YSU faculty members honored

The event was at the DeBartolo Stadium Club at Stambaugh Stadium

Grant awarded to Grove City College professor

Grove City to seminar in Germany and Poland

Westminster students earn recognition

Westminster students plan 18th in worldwide online business simulation

Symposium planned by Westminster alumni


Westminster event focuses on networking and professional development

Minority teacher recruitment in Youngstown district poses challenges

City schools face problems recruiting minority teachers

Dad-, mom-daughter duos make graduation family affair

Bob Fusco and his daughter, Brooke, of Beaver Township graduate today from Youngstown State University. Fusco, 56, attended YSU in the 1970s but left to work two jobs. He returned to complete his degree a few years ago and graduates magna cum laude. Brooke, 21, graduates summa cum laude.

REC students raise money for classmate undergoing chemotherapy

Rayen Early College Middle School staged Relay for Life

Decision expected soon on selling Rayen building

The city school district has been discussing selling or leasing part of its administration building

Youngstown school district voters will see levy renewal

‘A small part of the community will pay this. Not even everyone on this board will have to pay this...,’ said the board member who voted no.

Schools consortium to pay off network

Schools consortium will submit final payment next month on computer fiber network

ACE contract implemented by YSU trustees

YSU trustees implement contract with classified employees that union rejected last week

U.S. News reports four Valley high schools among Ohio’s best

Columbiana, Hubbard, Poland, Lakeview noted for their college readiness

Columbiana, Hubbard, Poland Seminary and Lakeview high schools are among the best in Ohio according to U.S. News

Groovy, Groovy Groo, where are you? At the library!

West Branch students use Scooby-Doo plot to win video challenge

West Branch students win video contest with a Scooby Doo theme

Kent professors receive federal grants

Federal grants to two Kent State professors total $225K

Summer arts camp planned for grades five to seven

Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV plans summer arts camp

Beeghly College of Education honors 7 with alumni awards

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown State University’s Beeghly College of Education honored

Anonymous donor surprises two Thiel College workers

Anonymous donor establishes endowed scholarships in names of two Thiel College workers

Ursuline High School team wins history day event

Three Ursuline High School juniors won first place in their category at the Ohio History Day event

Youngstown director of choirs is Mother to many

Angela McCoy, center, poses with a few of the children in her gospel choir at Williamson Elementary School. From left are Shania Eiland 10; Kathryn Carter, 10; Joshua Fitzgerald, 11; Xavier Cuevas 11; McCoy; Joshua Rheins, 10; Teriana Laster 9; Isabel Hyson 10; Deric Hunter, 10.

Local educator Mollie Kessler left legacy of putting children first

The late Mollie Kessler believed in teaching children where they are

YSU Herbarium named for late biology prof

Carl F. Chuey, a YSU biology professor, grew the university’s herbarium to the fourth-largest in Ohio

YSU clarifies interim vs. acting positions

A new YSU policy sets time limit guidelines for interim and acting personnel

Southside Academy switches management companies

Southside Academy will move into St. Patrick Church next school year under the management of a new company

YSU to award honorary degrees to CEO and symphony conductor

ysu commencement

Eric Spiegel and Randall Craig Fleischer will receive honorary degrees and speak at YSU commencements

Pa. DEP offers energy workshop

PA Department of Environmental Protection offers free training for school personnel

Lake to River Science Day draws hundreds of students

Canfield student wins top award for Overall Best Project

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN More than 300 students, parents and volunteers gathered at Stambaugh

YSU researcher’s study identifies emerging industries

Study finds 15 emerging industries in the Mahoning Valley

Schools earn grades for K-3 literacy

Mathews and Maplewood earn top marks; Youngstown among several to receive C’s

Two Mahoning Valley school districts earned ‘A’s’ for literacy while one got an ‘F’

East students prepare for global competition

Two teams each from Youngstown and Howland schools will compete in the Destination Imagination Global Finals this month

Mahoning County

Mahoning County Austintown: B Boardman: NR Campbell: F Canfield: B Jackson-Milton: NR



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