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Hudson High School Senior Named ‘Stop the Hate’ Grand Prize Winner in Live Reveal

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage announced winners of the 2020 "Stop the Hate" essay contest on Thursday with a surprise reveal. In a Facebook Live video, Hudson High School senior Leah Messemer received a $40,000 college scholarship for penning an essay on combating discrimination and advocating for people with disabilities. ...
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View From Homeschool: Parents Share Distance Learning Experiences

Parents across Northeast Ohio continue to make adjustments as they take on the role of teaching their kids at home. Five moms share the ups and downs of quickly transitioning their kids from school to online learning at home. ...
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At-Home Learning: Education Resources & Virtual Fun

Continue to keep your kids learning at home — through the end of the school year and even into summer break — with these resources, from STEM lessons to art fundamentals and everything in between. In addition, enjoy virtual tours, performances and videos from area museums and attractions. We've rounded up an extensive list of options in both categories. ...
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6 Tips to Support Your Autistic Student’s Success and Well-Being

While the nation’s school closures came like a curveball at most school-age children and their families, children with autism have fiercely felt the jolt. Autistic children and their parents may still be fretting and frustrated with unstructured days at home. Here are six tips for making the most of school days at home for kids with autism. ...
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Lake Ridge Academy Students and Community 3D Print Face Masks, Shields

When it became evident that local healthcare workers were running low on personal protective equipment due to the rise of COVID-19 cases, the Lake Ridge Academy robotics team realized they could help. A team of parents and students assembled to produce face shields and N-95 style face masks, which are being donated to local companies in need of equipment. ...
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School of the Week: The Lillian and Betty Ratner Montessori School

The Ratner Montessori School, founded in 1963, is an independent private school in Pepper Pike serving toddlers through eighth grade. In its age-blended classrooms, children are independent, curious and excited about learning. ...
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8 Ways Kids Can Show Teachers They Care

Pivoting from classroom learning to e-learning during a pandemic added another layer of stress for educators. Teachers are among the heroes leading us through these challenging times. These heroes elevate us mentally and emotionally, but they, too, need encouragement and support. In honor of teacher appreciation week, here are eight ways your family can encourage, support and make teachers smile — including some hands-on fun that kids can even do themselves. ...
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Podcast Episode #46: The College Process

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner speaks with Sara Fridline, director of college placement at Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, who shares her years of expertise and discusses topics that apply to all students, regardless of where they attend high school. ...
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Integrating Language Lessons Into Family Movie Night

Movie night is a great way to enjoy spending extra time with your kids — it's also an easy way for children to work on their speech and language skills. Grab some popcorn and settle in for a movie with the family this weekend using these simple activities and questions to get you started. ...
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School of the Week: Education Alternatives

Education Alternatives provides academic and therapeutic support to hundreds of children and families in nine sites throughout Northeast Ohio. Children receive both group therapy and academics, and also may access individual counseling, behavior supports and psychiatry. ...
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