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EVAN ARNOLD grins as he stands next to the “snowman” he “built” using a classmate and toilet tissue during a game at Hopewell Elementary School’s Country Christmas event. More than 230 … more
CALLIE BREWER, a student at Park View Elementary School, has an electrifying time while learning about static electricity during a school field trip to the American Museum of Science and Energy in … more
PARK VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL held its annual Christmas Family Night before school let out in December. The Noteworthy Knights choir opened the night with its Christmas show “The Magic of … more
Trey Stanford, eighth-grade math teacher at Cleveland Middle School, has been using some unconventional methods to pique his students’ engagement. In late November, Stanford was tasked with … more
The Department of Continuing Education at Cleveland State Community College has a new lineup of classes for spring. The upcoming classes are as follows: - Digital photography This six-week … more
Bryson named to dean's list at Berry College ROME, Ga. — Megan Bryson of Cleveland was named to the Fall 2016 Dean's List at Berry College. The Dean's List honors students who posted an … more
STUDENTS AND STAFF at Michigan Avenue Elementary School show off some of their most festive outfits on “Crazy Christmas Attire Day.” The dress-up day was a reward for students doing well on … more
KINDERGARTENERS AT BLYTHE-BOWER enjoyed hot chocolate and donuts following the annual reading of “The Polar Express” by Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland. more
During the month of December, the Arnold Junior Beta Club participated in a service project called “The Caring Christmas Tree.” Donated items such as canned foods, other non-perishables, … more
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