The 59th annual Akron Public Schools 2015 Science, Math and Technology Expo provides students an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and passion for science, math and technology.
LeBron James’ holiday greetings rolled into Akron on Friday morning as a limousine carrying his image brought elation to each elementary school it visited.
If Mallory Galbreath had listened to labor reports instead of her heart, she wouldn’t be teaching today.
The Miller South Show Choir stopped by to perform today at the Akron Public Schools Administration Building.
Akron Public Schools students from Pfeiffer Elementary on the city’s southwest side had a delivery made by 40 firefighters.
Ellet, Firestone and Hyre CLC are receiving the 2014 High Schools That Work (HSTW) High/Middle School Improvement Award.
Kara Cauffield joins effort along with parent liaison Victoria Young who designed an all-red Nike shoe.
This past weekend, APS students volunteered at the Angel Tree gift giveaway for youth at the Ohio Means Job Center.
Ray Horner ran by the Akron Education Association recently and talked to the Boys Basketball coaches about the coming season.
The Board of Education is the official body representing the citizens of Akron on all matters of public education.
Back in early November, four Roswell Kent students - Tran Vo, Mai Lor, Wendy Vargas and Carlie Pelfrey - put together an art project to compete to have their art displayed on one month of the 2015 GLOBE Program calendar.
We thank Gail Lewis for her inventive spirit in helping students at Seiberling CLC.
The Miller South vocal music program will be having a fundraising showing of “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” on Friday, December 19 – the evening of the last day of school – at the historic Highland Theater at 7 p.
The University of Akron will host the 2015 Kids Career Day on Saturday, February 28, in the Student Union from 8 a.
A Construction Workforce Pre-Apprenticeship Outreach Program Open House will be held at East CLC on Monday, December 15, at 5:30 p.
While LeBron's "day job" had him on a road trip that included international travel, LeBron did not forget about his kids in Akron .
Watch the Firestone Park Elementary Choir and Firestone Park PTA participate in the Community Tree Lighting in Firestone Park.
Garfield is holding a Holiday Cookie Sale with cookies made by the junior and senior culinary students.
The Miller South piano department will hold a Barnes and Noble Book Fair on Thursday, December 11.
A Busy Week LeBron's Holiday Tree Did you and your family venture to Downtown Akron for Akron Children's Hospital's Holiday Tree Fest?
APS Smart Thought
“You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives.”
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