WELLINGTON — Superintendent Dennis Mock is moving on from Wellington Schools after a little more than one year of leadership for an interim position with Margaretta Schools.
LORAIN — Friday is the last day for families with students in the Lorain Schools to apply for uniform assistance through the Boys and Girls Club of Lorain County.
LORAIN — The school board voted Monday to hold off on getting faster internet service for the New Beginnings program because it doesn’t officially have a home yet. The agreement on the agenda would have locked the district into a →
ELYRIA — A former educational aide who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a sexual relationship with a male student was sentenced Wednesday to two years of probation. Monique Overstreet, 23, was sentenced by county Common Pleas Judge →
COLUMBUS — Ohio's largest online charter school has sued the state in an effort to block an upcoming attendance audit that could affect tens of millions of dollars it gets in state funding. The lawsuit by the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, or →
LORAIN — A school board member’s personal attorney threatened legal action over the body’s executive sessions practices in a letter to the board’s attorney. Attorney Robert Gargasz wrote a letter on behalf of his client, school board member Jim →
LORAIN — School district Superintendent Jeff Graham has come under fire from his previous employer for what the district referred to as an inaccurate tracking of expenditures. In a letter to staff, families and other residents, Parma Superintendent →
BOISE, Idaho — For-profit medical schools are starting to pop up around the country, promising to create new family doctors for underserved rural regions. Rural states like Idaho need more general practitioners, with the baby boom generation aging →
LORAIN — The school district has named six finalists to become the new Lorain High School principal. Lorain Schools Treasurer Dale Weber said the six individuals were: Chad Coffman, principal at Parma High School Ann Pickering, assistant principal →
Two Lorain educators were honored at a luncheon in Columbus after receiving a special award for extraordinary contributions to the education of students with disabilities. Elena Mulholland and Sandra de Rivero, who both work at Washington Elementary →