On Sunday, October 22, 2017, 10 high school finalists put on the performance of their lifetimes in pursuit of winning a $10,000 college scholarship. WKYC Reporter Monica Robins hosted this exciting evening in the prestigious Ohio Theatre at Playhouse Square, as more than 800 audience members, along with a panel of judges, watched and voted for the Shining Star CLE 2017 winners.
The Greater Cleveland area offers many options when it comes to preschool. If it's time to start considering which program would be the right fit for your child — and your family — begin your search for information by consulting our list of Northeast Ohio preschools.
Determining if preschool is the right step for your child and your family is a big decision, and there are many different factors to consider. We spoke with several early childhood educators in the region, who offer tips on determining whether your child is ready, as well as what to look for in a school and questions to consider when visiting. Plus, students and parents weigh in on why they love preschool.
There are many ways parents can help their children improve their speech at home, including reading books, retelling the events of the day, and encouraging older children to write. Learn about these and many more, as well as a local communication playgroup that mixes fun with the practice of building communication skills.
At its new location in the Midtown Cleveland neighborhood, the Children’s Museum of Cleveland brings a fresh look at fun and learning for all abilities in the historic Stager-Beckwith mansion.
Sending your child away to camp for the first time is a major milestone for most families — one that often is marked by excitement, anticipation and perhaps even some anxiety. Though camp is certainly about making friends and having fun, it also is about being on your own and being a part of a community.
Across the U.S. and Northeast Ohio, it’s likely that crops of couch potatoes sprout up every winter. They are fueled by the colder days and early sunset. If you can’t get out of the house this winter — and those days will happen — look for alternatives to entertain your little ones and leave the electronics in the chargers.
It's time to put down the pencils and books and go exploring. From art and history to STEM topics, find educational events and activities in the greater Cleveland and Akron areas that are designed specifically for homeschool families.
During summer camp, new friendships are created, memories are made, talents and skills are learned, and most importantly, children grow as leaders who are more confident and independent. From developing self-esteem and leadership qualities to simply having fun, camp directors and staff share why summer camp is so important for kids.
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