Don’t Scramble the Egg – 6th Grade Egg Drop Science Challenge

The students of St. Mary’s School Chardon were challenged to build a prototype device protecting an egg when dropped from high in the air. The device was to be both light and durable. Winning pairs had the lightest weight device and helped their egg survive the drop. The buzz created by the experiment was electric and the students continued to debate possibly materials and devices well after its end.

A New Flag Raised Together for Veteran’s Day

Local veterans from each branch of the military gathered at St. Mary’s School in Chardon, on November 11th to replace the school’s flag. Each student paid their respects and shook the hand of one of their own veterans during the flag raising ceremony.

Millionaires Row

“Millionaires Row”

At its height of grandeur, Millionaires Row stretched four miles along Euclid Avenue from Public Square.

Come listen to Dan Ruminski talk about this fascinating era in Cleveland’s history at the 14th annual Friends of WomenSafe Spring Luncheon.