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Education/Schools

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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Go Green: Earth Day Around the Region

Looking to help the planet this week? Earth Day is on April 22 and to celebrate, many area organizations are hosting community events to teach creative and unique ways to protect the environment. These events can feature crafts with recycled materials, story times, exploring nontoxic cleaning materials, earth-friendly exhibits and more. ...
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University Circle Brings Learning and Fun This Weekend

Come to University Circle with your children for family-friendly events for all ages. The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Western Reserve Historical Society's Cleveland History Center is offering a way for your kids to explore through arts, crafts and hands-on fun on Saturday or Sunday. ...
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Student Donates to Patients at Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Monica Slaven, 17, an active volunteer in her community and an Ohio Virtual Academy student, organized a holiday toy drive through OHVA’s National Honor Society chapter. She spearheaded a statewide drive to donate to patients at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus. ...
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Catch-Up: Free Tutoring Offered at Cleveland Public Library

Do you think your child is falling behind? The Cleveland Public Library is helping students in kindergarten through eighth-grade with free tutoring in reading and other subjects. ...
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Win a $529 CollegeAdvantage College Savings Award

Trying to save for your children's future college careers? Need help getting started? CollegeAdvantage College Savings is hosting a contest for readers of Northeast Ohio Parent magazine to win a $529 award. The winner can have their award be added to an existing CollegeAdvantage account, or the prize can be used to open a new account. ...
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Ring in the Chinese New Year

It's the Year of the Monkey. Celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 8. Here are some events around Northeast Ohio to join in the holiday fun. The public is welcome to celebrate with food, performances and learn about the Chinese culture. ...
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Guardians Against Abuse Hopes to Educate Community

Community members can join an initiative to get 10,000 Ohioans free online training on child sexual abuse prevention education and resources through the Stewards of Children. The Central Ohio YMCA Guardians Against Abuse is a partnership between youth serving organizations. ...
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Ohio Sales Tax Holiday Aug. 7-9 for Back to School Shopping

Parents awaiting back-to-school shopping can celebrate the “Ohio Sales Tax Holiday.” The tax holiday is the result of legislation passed last year that exempts consumers making purchases in Ohio from paying state and local sales tax on all clothing and footwear up to $75 per item, as well as school supplies and instructional materials 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. ...
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