NEW LONDON — The New London board of education voted Monday to start the process to put a 2.9-mill, five-year permanent improvement levy on the November ballot.
Kennes Keys named varsity football head coach.
Performances are March 16 and 17.
Students “in neighboring school districts” reportedly are using mechanical pencils to “exchange drugs with each other.”
New London Local Schools will perform “Beauty and the Beast” three times in mid-March.
Many local superintendents and food service directors are choosing to keep status quo — as long as they stay within regulations.
Western Reserve grad remains physical education and health teacher for sixth through 12th grades.
Brad Pickens teaches health and physical education for sixth through 12th grade
Local superintendents say the state report card doesn’t reflect district improvements from one year to the next.
Vocal music teacher resigns.
She has served as special education teacher at Avon High School since 2005.
The goal of the STEM hands-on project was to teach teamwork, problem solving and cooperative learning.
School board discusses new hires and retirements.
Performances are at 7 p.m. April 7 and 8, featuring a cast of kindergartners through 12th-graders.
Levy, first passed in 1982, brings $152,000 into the district each year.