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Lee University recently hosted Lee Day 2017, an annual 30-hour event geared toward prospective students and their families. To wrap up the Lee Day festivities April 8, seven students were awarded … more
The law of gravity is one of the most important things in all of our lives — it keeps us and everything around us on the ground. Gravity also can be changed according to where you are in the solar … more
Students from Walker Valley High School received a sponsorship from OneMain Financial to participate in Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland’s Women Build initiative. The sponsorship allowed a group … more
Mayfield Elementary School recently held its annual Fine Arts Event, showcasing each student's favorite art created during the school year. Over 340 people attended this event. Studies have shown … more
Spencer Hill sent his Flat Stanley with his grandparents for a great adventure. Ed Gingras (aka “Gran Gran”) took him to many places, including Haiti, California, Paris, and flying on a … more
Walker Valley High School recently released its lists of honor students from the first nine-week grading 2016-17 year’s second semester. GOLD HONOR ROLL Ninth grade: Thomas H. III … more
THE RUNNING RAMS of North Lee Elementary School participated in the Covenant Kids Run on April 1. The students had a goal of running a total of 26.2 miles from January to March, and they logged 25.2 … more
YATES PRIMARY SCHOOL teachers teamed up to form “Beauties and the Builder” during the Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build. more
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