News for Berkshire Congratulations to junior Teagan Farley who won 2nd place in the annual Cold Nose-Warm Art contest in the 14-18 age group. Her piece will be on display at Gallery One in Mentor. The high school bowling club is up and running with practices being held at Ernst Lanes in Chardon on Mondays and Thursdays. … Read more
Friday, November 10th, senior McKenna Tucek signed her National Letter of Intent to attend and play volleyball for Georgia Southern University, an NCAA Division I school and member of the Sun Belt Conference. Tucek was a four-year starter for the Berkshire volleyball program and helped lead the team to a record of 78-24 during her four years. This … Read more
Winter sports are quickly approaching. The sports seasons at the high school and junior high school start as follows . . .HS Girls Basketball first practice is 10/27 HS Cheerleading first tryout practice is 10/30 HS Boys Basketball first practice is 11/3 HS Wrestling is 11/10 Junior High Boys Basketball first practice 10/16 Junior High Cheerleading … Read more
On Tuesday, September 19th, Berkshire’s 8th graders had the opportunity to tour several local businesses to learn a little bit about careers and entrepreneurship in their community as part of an annual event organized by Geauga Growth Partnership. Students traveled to Geauga Growers to learn about hydroponic growing, to Buckeye Chocolates to learn about their family-run concessions business, … Read more
Burton Elementary second graders have been busy at work planting kale, broccoli, and spinach. Their plants have already started to sprout in the Burton Elementary greenhouse. Through this activity, the students will observe how living things grow, change, and impact their environment. The students will also learn skills for measuring and data collecting as they record plant growth. We’re … Read more
To kick off the new school year, the third grade classes at Ledgemont Elementary School focused their energy and learning on Teamwork. Through a number of STEM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), the third graders developed their problem-solving, critical thinking and creativity skills.
Pictured In Cover Photo: Senior Class 2017