CLARIFICATION: The May 13th field trip for Hyre CLC to Washington DC is on as scheduled.
This is what two people cleaned from 200 feet of Summit Lake shoreline!
This school year, as a result of constructive feedback from our Secondary, Elementary and Community LeBron Advisory Boards, the Foundation Team created Hometown Hall Meetings.
Ray Horner visited Garfield High School recently to get a taste of their upcoming feasts.
North students competed at the DECA State competition in Columbus on March 13-14.
The visitors center at Seiberling Nature Realm (1828 Smith Road, Akron) is closed most Mondays; but it will welcome visitors April 6, when students in Akron Public Schools are on spring break.
The Firestone football team has a new coach, and his name is Eric Mitchell.
Traci Buckner, Director of Special Programs at Akron Public Schools, joins Ray to talk about Akron Public Schools' STEM School.
After an error had cost a North High School student an opportunity to compete at a national level, Ohio's Department of Education makes it right.
A judge’s error at a state competition in Columbus has cost Akron schools a spot to compete in Orlando in the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) competition.
Congratulations to the STEM Middle and STEM High School Chess Teams on winning both the Middle School Reserve State Championship and the High School Reserve State Championship this past weekend.
Buchtel completed its season March 14 at the District final against powerhouse St.
Bettes Elementary School is a national scholarship recipient of the Fifth Annual National School Contest, "Kids to Parks Day," in May 2015.
Seventh-grade science students at Buchtel Community Learning Center (CLC) created new medical devices with a little help from University of Akron (UA) biomedical engineering students through the BEST (Bridging Engineering, Science and Technology) Mentoring Program.
LeBron's Wheels for Ed kids continue to blaze a trail across Northeast Ohio.
The Akron School for the Arts at Firestone will hold an exhibition of new student artwork from March 25-April 11 at the Akron Art Gallery, 1765 W.
Join the Garfield junior and senior culinary students in the school's first Easter Celebration Buffet, to be held on Wednesday, March 25, from 11 a.
Firestone student Kwame' Gomez (second place, student of Steven Csejtey) and Patrick Dougherty’s student Angel Peterson (first place) are award-winning artists in the Holocaust Art Competition (Visual Arts Division II) in the city of Akron.
The STEM Middle School celebrated Chinese New Year with music and dancing.
The Akron Early College High School is sponsoring the Pryseski Scholarship Bowling Fundraiser on Friday, March 20, from 6-9 p.
Anyshia Adams-Gray, fourth-grade Schumacher CLC student, is the grand prize poster/slogan winner for this year's Child and Family Awareness Month contest.
Buchtel Community Learning Center students teamed up with mentors from The University of Akron to complete projects for the Bridging Engineering, Science and Technology Medicine Fair that will be held on Saturday.
The third annual Race for Case will be held on Saturday, May 30, beginning at 8 a.
At Buchtel Community Learning Center, several eighth-graders are learning how to alleviate stress with a new application called S.
An exhibit of artwork by Akron Public Schools students (grades 6-8) will be on display March 14-29, 2015, at the Akron Summit County Public Library, Main Branch, 60 S.
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