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Celebrate the Graduates 2020!

There's a few days left to give a shout out to your graduate in the May issue of Northeast Ohio Parent! We are opening up the pages of the magazine to allow you to celebrate this special time in your child's life. Submissions are being accepted through May 4. ...
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Schools in Ohio

CMSD Dietician Awarded $10,000 Grant to Support Nutrition Education Program

Cleveland Metropolitan School District Dietitian Allison Thirion, the winner of the fourth annual Siggi Supports Entrepreneurs contest, will receive a $10,000 grant to help support her initiative, the Nutrition Network, which will connect students to credentialed experts who will provide evidence-based nutrition education. ...
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Lessons in Working Together

The big yellow bus that comes down the road to pick up my sons for school provides mixed emotions. It means I can finally start my own work day. However,

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Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood, Ohio

Call for Submissions for ‘Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out’ essay contest

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is seeking submissions from students in grades six through 12 for the annual essay contest. The scholarship program's goal is to create appreciation and understanding among people of differing religions, races, cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. ...
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School Supplies to Keep at Home for Projects

I have always loved school supply shopping. This year I purchased the items my daughter needed for class and each trip back to the store I keep an “eye” on supplies that are going on clearance so I can stock up for home and for extras to give to the teacher throughout the year. ...
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2017 Sales Tax Holiday this Weekend, August 4-6

All families can enjoy savings with the sales tax holiday, which runs Friday, Aug. 4 through Sunday, Aug. 6. Consumers are exempt from paying state and local sales tax on clothing and footwear that cost up to $75 per item, as well as school supplies up to $20 per item. It covers all retailers, both online and brick and mortar, that sell these goods to Ohio residents. Check out the list of eligible items your family can purchase, even if you don't have kids going back to school. ...
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What Surprised Me About the IEP Process

We recently went through the process of getting an Individualized Education Program for one of our sons. Before becoming a stay-at-home mom I was a teacher so I had been

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Dinosaurs Come to Carlisle Reservation at Lorain County Metro Parks

As part of the celebration of its 60th anniversary, the Lorain County Metro Parks is featuring "Dinosaurs!" through May 7 at its Carlisle Reservation in LaGrange. The special event features indoor and outdoor exhibits, including interactive dinosaur activities and displays, animatronic dinosaurs, a playroom for the youngest visitors to explore, and more. ...
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Resources to Teach Kids How to Manage Money

Ohio’s credit unions have collaborated to help provide teaching materials tailored to parents and educators. Kids — and parents — can learn through videos, games, reading recommendations, budget worksheets, and more. ...
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Editor’s Pick: Interactive Learning in Akron

Families can hold and touch real fossils at this science center in Akron. There are 17 exciting exhibits, interactive learning opportunities like fossil replica making and live animal encounters, and a 2-acre park with a 200-foot zip-line. ...
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