George Fisk is staying put.
Three-year-old Lynn Fasbender, who recently graduated from the Huron County Help Me Grow Home Visiting program, is as typical as they come.
Board also approves offering community service instead of suspension or expulsion.
Norwalk City Schools superintendent looking to be closer to family.
“Insightful,” technology-focused workshop allows school to “focus our plans toward forward-thinking goals.”
New London treasurer: “It means we’re being fiscally responsible and accountable and that we’re being good stewards of the tax dollars we receive.”
Haley Baun and Mary Traut are enrolled in a rigorous, week-long, graduate-level summer course.
“I plan to devote my life to the service and care of the poor, ailing and marginalized.”
Schools seeking renewal of current funds, using same millage that was passed in 1973; 3-year committee to determine next steps
One class is scheduled in the morning.
Elizabeth Logan is a recent graduate of New London High School.
Delaurice Bilton Cooke and Frances Reed Brogan (class of 1941) were the senior-most attendees.
College Credit Plus program allows Kimball Arnold to graduate from Monroeville with a high school diploma and bachelor’s degree.
Board also hired French and math teachers for Norwalk middle and high schools.
He’s a Western Reserve High School graduate.