Buckeye Schools’ Chromebooks Facilitating At-Home Learning

by General

ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – Buckeye Local Schools’ 2016 decision to introduce Chromebooks district-wide, starting with Edgewood High School freshmen, has paid off big time now that the coronavirus health emergency has closed most schools nationwide.

Free Food Distribution in Conneaut

by Martha Sorohan

CONNEAUT - Beginning March 19, Conneaut Area City School buses will deliver “grab and go” food bags. These are free for any child between the ages of 1-18.

Buckeye Facilities Committee Narrows Master Plans to Three

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ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – Reminding committee members that snowy weather in February has cost the Buckeye Facilities Committee one month, Cheryl Fisher of ThenDesign Architects was a woman on a mission at the March 4 public meeting at Edgewood High School.

After Half Century, Cheryl Trost Still Hitting the Right Notes

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CONNEAUT – If Conneaut High School Principal Dr. Tim Neal were still resentful that his music teacher, Cheryl Trost, denied him the chance to play the trumpet and put an alto sax in his hands instead, not a hint was evident as he hugged Trost following a short ceremony March 5 at Conneaut High School recognizing her 50 years with Conneaut Schools’ Music Department.

Reality Day Is Real Eye-Opener

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CONNEAUT – Last Friday’s Reality and Career Day at Conneaut Middle School was a wake-up call for Intervention Specialist Amy Gallagher.

“Credible” Threat Clears Conneaut High School

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CONNEAUT – Shortly before noon on Tuesday, March 3, Conneaut Police Department responded to Conneaut High School, 381 Mill Street, for a “credible threat” report in the building.

Conneaut Schools Want Resource Officer In Place by Aug. 31

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CONNEAUT – The last item on the agenda of the first 2020 joint meeting of the Conneaut Area City Schools Board of Education and Conneaut City Council at 6:45 p.m. March 2 was the most important to Conneaut Area City Schools Superintendent Lori Riley.