Learn how to model positive behavior, get tips on making healthy living a priority and discuss childhood obesity at the Akron Public Schools Family Academy.
Individuals interested in applying for a position with Akron Public Schools will find a list of current job openings on AppliTrack.
The High School Football season is right around the corner, and the Akron City Series is going to be competitive yet again in 2015.
It didn’t take much analysis for Lillian Prince to notice a trend in all her jobs as a biostatistician.
Only 16 days until Ohioans can take advantage of the state's first-ever state tax holiday on back-to-school purchases of clothing, shoes and school supplies Aug.
If you drive by a yard in Akron and see scores of people digging up roots, carrying shrubs and mowing the yard, be sure to give them a wave and a honk; they're part of our family.
iCARE Mentoring is looking for individuals to spend one hour a week in a school-based mentor relationship with an Akron Public Schools student.
There was a time before anyone would call him "The Chosen One," a time before he was known as the king.
The United States Senate has passed a law that could effectively reduce funding for Ohio’s schools by a little more than $69 million.
This week, the Foundation and its partners broke ground on two major projects, both with one important theme - PROMISES.
The Board of Education is the official body representing the citizens of Akron on all matters of public education.
The Akron Peacemakers will host a Teen Expo at Lock 3 on July 30 from 5:30-9 p.
Four Akron girls from immigrant families — some refugees from Asia — have found world culture and unlocked wonder in a science class offered voluntarily by their middle school teacher.
The Akron Summit County Public Library will host the Geekfest 2015 Mini-Comicon on Saturday, July 25, noon-4 p.
In the ongoing mission of APS to create and maintain a safe and secure environment in our schools and community learning centers, we would like to remind you of our second Safety Day coming up September 1.
Harvest Home students and their mothers had a wonderful time on the Cuyahoga Valley National Park Scenic Railroad trip.
APS Smart Thought
“(The) mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.”
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