Chardon Schools News Mar 4, 2021 by Geauga News In anticipation of the landing of the NASA Perseverance Robot Rover the week of Feb. 15, Brent Hilston’s sixth-grade STEM students worked on completing their own robot missions, building models such as the one pictured here. Rebecca Fullerman demonstrates leadership via a number of roles at Chardon High School, including her work as student council executive officer for her freshman class and serving as a volunteer public announcer – as shown here – for the junior varsity and ninth-grade basketball games this season. Maple Kindergarten student Hayden Paterniti sports a fun “My Teacher Survived 100 Days of Me” t-shirt at school on Feb. 18 to celebrate the 100th day of the school year with her teacher Jenny Maheu. Congratulations to Park Elementary third-grade student (center) Anberlin Arnold, joined by (l to r) food service staff members Kristy Holbert and Jackie Sanislo, beaming with pride after her name was drawn from approximately 150 student names in the school’s surprise gift basket drawing this month. When a student displays exceptional behavior in the cafeteria during the breakfast line or lunch at the school, the food service staff recognize the student with a heart sticker to let the student know their name has been entered into a drawing for a gift basket.