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CHS ACADEC Team News

On Saturday, January 21, 2017, the Chardon High School Academic Decathlon team traveled to Lake Catholic High School for the 2017 Regional Competition. Having completed seven content tests and an essay online, students interviewed and performed speeches scored by a team of volunteer judges made up of area professionals. CHS garnered an impressive total of 19 medals at Regionals. ​ Team members (from left) include: Megan Schlag, Michael Lobosky, Alan Hardesty, Kyle Gessel, Douglas Mulford, Casey Mezerkor, Noah Bena, Jackson Selent, Molly Greene, Morgan McKeon, Anjaleigh Hart, David Nedrow (in repose), Chad Skerbec (not pictured).

Thank You Chardon Rotary

Maple Elementary Intervention Specialist Wendy Bartolovich gratefully accepts an $880.00 dollar check on behalf of Maple School from Chardon Rotary President, Ron Croucher. The donation will go toward the school’s Music Therapy program. Music therapy is provided by a private licensed music therapist, Lucille Brown from Sound Inspirations. Weekly sessions address the development of cognitive, behavioral, physical, emotional, and social skills of students with special needs. Students are engaged during therapy sessions by interacting with instruments, singing, songwriting, movement, and therapeutic listening.

Chardon Boy Scout Jason Tysl Presents to Chardon BOE

At the January 23, 2017 meeting of the Chardon School Board, CHS junior Jason Tysl, presented information on his Eagle Scout project, a proposed chimney swift tower on the grounds of Chardon High School. The tower will be erected close to where a chimney was demolished this past year. Chimney swifts eat many insects including mosquitoes, and annually migrate between their summer and winter homes. When the chimney swift lands, it can’t perch—it clings to vertical walls inside chimneys or in hollow trees or caves. This species has suffered sharp declines as chimneys fall into disuse across the continent, so Jason wants the Chardon chimney swifts to have a new home when they come looking for the Chardon High School chimney.

Pictured In Right Photo: Maple Elementary Intervention Specialist Wendy Bartolovich and Chardon Rotary President, Ron Croucher

Pictured In Top Left Photo: The Chardon High School Academic Decathlon Team: From left include: Megan Schlag, Michael Lobosky, Alan Hardesty, Kyle Gessel, Douglas Mulford, Casey Mezerkor, Noah Bena, Jackson Selent, Molly Greene, Morgan McKeon, Anjaleigh Hart, David Nedrow (in repose), Chad Skerbec (not pictured)

Pictured In Bottom Left Photo:  Chardon High School junior Jason Tysl

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