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
Geauga Growth Partnership (GGP) stepped away from their regular business agenda during their bi-monthly board meeting on Monday evening, May 15th to recognize their outstanding partnership with Berkshire Schools Superintendent Mr. Douglas DeLong, who will be leaving his position at the end of this school year. GGP Board Chair Mr. John Epprecht spoke of Mr. DeLong’s involvement … Read more
On Thursday, April 27th, a handful of junior and senior band students from Berkshire had the opportunity to tour the Conn-Selmer Eastlake Facility. This factory, one of only a few in the United States, produces a number of band instruments, almost completely by hand. Students saw first-hand how a number of band instruments are built, from raw material … Read more