Geauga Growth Partnership Presents Owner Of Burton Station Fixtures


Meet an entrepreneur who has followed his passions, seized opportunities and adapted to the needs of the changing market to build a successful business. Meet a business owner who believes in working collaboratively with other Geauga County businesses, but whose impact reaches far beyond local borders into a national market. Entrepreneur Success Breakfast: Mark Pollari–Burton … Read more

Heather Hill Biography Project


Fifth grade students from Munson Elementary spent months getting to know someone from another world, even if it was just a few miles away — at the Heather Hill Nursing Home. The students were participating in a special biography project, arranged by fifth grade teacher Leigh Ann Ferguson. Ferguson received a grant from the Chardon … Read more

Popcorn For Teddy Bears


Park fifth graders just concluded their annual popcorn business, where they sold fresh popcorn to students and staff on Friday afternoons during the month of May. The Park fifth grade class has conducted the business for over 16 profitable years. Each year the students are able to apply their learned economic knowledge to a real … Read more

Summer Is Quickly Approaching… Along With Teacher Workshops! Registration Deadline Extended Until May 27th


All Aboard! It’s not too late to sign up for the Geauga and Portage Soil and Water Conservation Districts’ unique teacher workshops for teachers and educators. Through outdoor learning and inquiry experiences, the Wonders of Watersheds Workshops can help your transition to tackle the learning standards with engaging lessons and resources. These workshops are open … Read more

CCAT Is Active In Educating Parents And Youth


CHARDON, OHIO, May 8, 2016 – Within the last month, the Chardon Community Action Team (CCAT) was at both the Chardon Family Science Day and Hidden Plan Site. CCAT is a group of parents, concerned residents of the Chardon area, and government officials who work to reduce alcohol, drugs, and tobacco use by the youth … Read more

Chagrin Falls Sixth Grade Students Hold Living Museum


After school on May 5, Chagrin Falls Intermediate School was transformed into a living museum. Over the month of April, the sixth grade students were busy working in their core classes, researching a concept or artifact from the ancient civilizations of the eastern hemisphere. Then, students created speeches and presentations to share their discoveries on … Read more