Woofstock 2017 is Movin’ and Groovin’ to a New Location at the Cleveland Metroparks Polo Field

Geauga Humane Society’s Rescue Village announces their annual outdoor dog and family friendly festival and fundraiser – Woofstock – will be movin’ and groovin’ to a new venue this year: the Cleveland Metroparks Polo Field. This new venue will allow for more people, more pups, and more attractions than ever before. Woofstock 2017, the Dog Festival, will be … Read more

Chardon Schools Foundation Awards over $26,000 in 2016/2017 School Year!

The volunteer trustees of the Chardon Schools Foundation (CSF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, have provided $26,535.08 in grants for district educational programs and teachers serving students ranging from elementary through high school for school year 2016-2017. Established in 1989, the Chardon Schools Foundation (CSF) believes that excellent schools are essential to the economic and social welfare of the community … Read more

Rescue Village to Host Tails at Twilight – An Evening of Moonlight, Magic and Rescue!

Rescue Village invites all to join them for Tails at Twilight presented by Hardy Animal Nutrition, a Magnus International Group Company, for an unforgettable evening of Moonlight, Magic, and Rescue on Saturday, June 17th beginning at 6:30 p.m. Rescue Village will transform their outdoor space to host the event so come dressed in summer cocktail attire and enjoy … Read more

NDCL Students Represent Mission in Action

Each year four students from each class are selected as recipients of NDCL’s Living the Truth in Love Award.  The special award recognizes students who demonstrate the mission of the school by “living the truth in love.” Displaying their plaques following Thursday’s Baccalaureate Mass are award winners (l-r) Nicole Grosel `20 (Willoughby), Mary Grace Raddell … Read more

NDES Celebrates Walkathon and NDES Field Day

It was a beautiful day for the annual NDES Day and Walkathon! Beginning with a pep rally, announced by Wallkathon Experience Winners, Jaxon and Jaiden Mangelluzzi, students received a surprise visit from ND Schools Tuffy the Lion.  Activity Stations provided lots of fun for children in grades K-5, while students in grades 6-8 played a … Read more

Kindergarten and First Grade Students Harness the Wind

NDES’ Kindergarten and first-grade students are not only learning basic reading, writing and arithmetic, but harnessing electric currents and wind power in Mrs. Halle Davis’ STEM Class. Kindergarten students are taking ABC’s one step further by engineering 3D Letters into keys on a keyboard. With Makey Makey, everyday objects become tools of inspiration as students … Read more

NDCL Class of 2017 Earns Nearly $16 Million in Scholarships

NDCL’s Class of 2017 has earned nearly $16 million in scholarships and grants over the next four years from colleges and universities nationwide, Principal Mr. Joseph A. Waler proudly announced during Monday evening’s Senior Honors Ceremony.   “The scholarships offered to our seniors prove how their hard work, the professional expertise of our teachers and counselors, … Read more

No Ordinary StoryTime at NDES Preschool  

“I gotta go, I gotta go, I gotta go to Mexico!” The creepy crawly caterpillar knew she had to get to Mexico, but didn’t know how she would get there. Last week interactive storytellers, Robin Echols-Cooper and David Young, brought the story of the butterfly to life with music and lively narration for NDES preschool … Read more

K-1 Students Read at Cardinal Middle School

Call it – Read Across CMS Day! This week Kindergarten and 1st grade students made a special trip up to CMS where students from about 10 classes teamed up to plan a special reading event for them. The younger students traveled from area to area, where CMS students read to them and then worked with them to complete … Read more