“We applied for this grant because we recognized a trend in student discipline referrals among low socioeconomic students and among those students who were experiencing hardship in the family, including unemployment, divorce, and parents being deployed overseas,” said Toth. “Students’ personal and social needs must be successfully addressed during the key elementary years if they are to succeed in the future.”
The Mantua Restoration Society is a volunteer group of township citizens who value and seek to preserve the historic center of Mantua Township as heritage, inspiration and a focus of township life.
Two new members were welcomed to the Association: Robert Gensler, Jr. and Melissa Grondeski, at the April 16 2015 meeting. Other new members joining since January 2015 are Jean C. Watkins and Alex Kish.
Recently, a Relay for Life event was held at Hiram College that raised over $11,000. But it raised so much more than just dollars -- it celebrated the hope of local cancer survivors like Dottie Summerlin.
College-level senior projects typically focus on the future career objective of the student who is about to graduate and enter the adult workforce. But for Kent State University senior and Garrettsville native Aaron Cain (JAG Class of 2011), his senior project took him way outside his box and taught him unexpected life lessons.