Chardon Family Science Day
The Chardon Local Schools faculty invites you to a FREE family event where Chardon students can explore, create, and discover the magic of Science. Join us Sunday, April 23, 2017 at the Chardon High School Gym. The event is from 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. with an Open House format. Students can visit over 20 different hands-on stations to have fun while exploring science. Topics include a tetrahedron building challenge, a star dome hosted by the Geauga Park District, and creating your very own hologram projector! A concession stand will be open during the event. The first 300 students in grades K-8 will receive a complimentary backpack and pen when arriving at the event to carry anything they create and hand-outs they receive at the stations. All participants will be given a ticket at each station they investigate to put in a drawing to win many great prizes including… a SPHERO Robot! Winners need not be present, so be sure to fill out the tickets completely.
CHS Powder Puff Game
The Chardon High School Senior Girls will take on the Junior Girls at the Powder Puff flag football game Sunday, April 23rd at 6:00 p.m. The annual event will be held at Chardon Memorial Field. Tickets are $3.00, with all proceeds and donations going to WomenSafe. A local non-profit organization that provides free support to anyone experiencing violence in their home or dating relationship, WomenSafe provides comprehensive programming for adults and children including counseling, art therapy, court advocacy, hospital advocacy, outreach services and aftercare. WomenSafe offers all services completely free of charge.
Pictured In Photos
- Pictured In Top Photo: Park Elementary students were excited to bring their underwater extravaganza to parents and family members at the school’s annual Spring Choral Concert held Thursday, April 11th.
- Pictured In Bottom Left Photo: Chardon Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Ed Klein, recently visited with first graders at Maple Elementary where he taught them “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” song using sign language.
- Pictured In Bottom Right Photo: Students in Melissa Efantis’s Math class at Park School used hinged mirrors to problem solve and better understand symmetry.