Education/Schools

Education/Schools

2016 Back to School Guide

Northeast Ohio Parent presents a special 26-page information-packed Back-to-School section from the August 2016 issue of the magazine.  read more

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Helping Kids Transition to Middle School

The start of the school year is a time filled with excitement and a little bit of nervousness, especially if your child is starting at a new school. Middle school can be a big change for many students and families. Real students reveal how the transition really works. ...
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Playhouse Square ‘Children’s Theater Series’

The series, presented by University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, provides an affordable, entertaining way for parents and grandparents to introduce children to quality live theater and create memories at Playhouse Square that will last for years to come. ...
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ADA Day 2016 at Wade Oval in University Circle on July 27

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Day kicks off with games, interactive art and adaptive sports. A mini-documentary about the ADA also will be shown. Stop by the resource fair for fun and information provided by several community organizations. ...
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Parent Tip of the Week: How to Keep Summer Learning Going

Summer is here and that means it’s time for baseball games, barbecues, camping trips and other vacations. However, it’s also a time for continued learning, whether you’re staying at home or out on the go exploring your community and beyond. ...
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Summer Test Prep for Teens

Summer is here and it’s time to shed that backpack and officially put all things academic aside, right? Not just yet. For rising juniors and seniors, this is actually a great time to focus on preparing for fall ACT and SAT exams. The first ACT and SAT exams for 2016-17 are given soon after the start of the school year, so students should take advantage of this time without other academic obligations to focus on test preparation. ...
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Keep Reading Skills Fresh With Summer Programs

Libraries and organizations throughout Northeast Ohio offer summer reading programs geared toward children and teens of all ages and skill levels that will keep them engaged and learning throughout the summer months. ...
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Smart Choices for Your Grad

The month of May is filled with end-of-the-school-year festivities including proms, graduations and parties. While it is a time of celebration, it also can be dangerous for teens. We talked to local professionals to get advice on how to discuss the importance of teens protecting themselves and making smart decisions this season. ...
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Benedictine High School Names New Principal

Mrs. Charlene (Sue) Zulandt becomes the first female principal in the school’s 89-year history. She joined the school staff in August of 2014 as the assistant principal and academic dean. Earlier this month, she was appointed acting principal for the remainder of the school year when BHS principal Fr. Michael Brunovsky, OSB went on a sick leave. ...
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