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Got Mulch?

The Chardon football team has got you covered. The Gridiron Club is hosting its annual Mulch Fundraiser where residents can purchase a minimum of five yards of mulch for $55.00 per yard. Go online, order and pay at the same time. orders must be placed by Sunday, April 30, 2017. When you order on-line follow the instructions to choose the color of mulch you want and how many yards. Remember that there is a five yard minimum order and the cost is $55.00 per yard. The players will deliver and install the mulch the weekend of May 5th, 6th and 7th.

Girls Youth Basketball Camp Sponsorship

Chardon School’s Annual Girls Youth Basketball Camp is coming soon. It is going to be held at Chardon High School gymnasium Monday, June 5th through Wednesday, June 7th for any student currently in 2nd through 8th grade. At the end of the camp experience, each camper will receive their own Lady Hilltopper Basketball Camp tee-shirt. In past years we have had 70+ campers per year.

Starting this year, we are seeking sponsors to help offset the costs associated with running the camp and increase the funds raised for our basketball program. In the past funds raised from camp have been used to purchase uniforms, team backpacks, travel suits, equipment, and team bonding experiences. Funds from camp this year will be used to update some equipment, provide spirit wear for players, and purchase new practice jerseys. By sponsoring our camp you will be supporting the Chardon High School girls basketball teams and helping us provide these young women with an enjoyable and wonderful experience. We hope that we can count on you to support our cause. Should you have any questions, please feel free to direct them toward Coach Cullen Harris via email at [email protected].

Pictured In Photos

  • Pictured In Top Photo: A group of Chardon teachers recently had the opportunity to meet with each other for professional development, where they learned about high-yield instructional strategies to enhance student achievement. Chardon Middle School Social Studies teacher, Nikki Diehm, (center) shared with her peers classroom instruction ideas that work for her.
  • Pictured In Bottom Photo: We’re seeing some serious “Girl Power” in the 3rd grade robotics class at Hambden Elementary!
  • Pictured In Right Photo: Fifth graders in Katie Smith’s Art class at Maple Elementary learn how to draw proportions of the face as they prepare to draw self portraits.

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