MILAN — Students attending Edison schools were welcomed back to school Wednesday with some new programs in addition to the return of some old ones.
Dan Frederick named Milan Citizen of the Year
Edison eighth-grade team finishes second.
Grants divided among 9 local schools for various technology and science programs.
How students, drivers and local residents can prepare
It might work in Georgia, but local school chiefs say no to getting rid of 5 allotted snow days
Village and Edison district receive money as part of the Safe Routes to School program.
This is the district’s third year in a row to win such an accolade, and Edison Middle School’s fourth consecutive year.
Community comes together to collect socks and raise awareness for homelessness.
Norwalk Catholic School PTO and donors recently raised money for A/C units at all three campuses.
The first two days of school are getting the thumbs-up at Edison and South Central.
During the inaugural year of Edison Works, the district partnered with NASA Plum Brook, CertainTeed Corp., Borgers Ohio Inc., Chef's Garden and Freudenberg.
“It’s all nominations. No candidate will be elected.”
Cities of Bellevue and Norwalk and the village of Milan also are on ballot.