An apparent compromise has been reached by the Ohio House and Senate.
The Akron School Board welcomed and recognized Kenmore's winning wrestling program at its March 10, meeting.
The Kenmore girls' basketball and boys' wrestling teams were recognized.
Pfeiffer students Damon Swigor, grade 3, and second-grader Mirabella Suciu read letters they have written to long-time volunteer Mike Conley.
The Akron School Board was led in the Pledge of Allegiance at its March 10, 2014, meeting by Te'yana Boston.
More than 100 students from Firestone Park Elementary School had lunch next door last Friday, March 7.
The Akron School for the Arts is offering the Mary Poppins musical.
Kenmore basketball senior stud Oshay Vinson is the WAKR Student Athlete of the Week for February 28-March 7.
The Firestone Marching Band is holding a community fundraiser at Bob Evans (4076 Medina Road) on Monday, March 10, from 2-10 p.
APS conferred with Akron police regarding the student approached at STEM Middle School downtown.
Students from APS Ellet High School and Jackson High in Massillon teamed up.
Firestone Theatre director Mark Zimmerman saw the “Mary Poppins” musical in London several years ago.
For more than 20 years, students in Ohio have had the option to enroll in public school districts that offer open enrollment.
The APS 2014-15 school calendar has been approved and is available for download.
Akron Public Schools will benefit from the latest round of grants from the Akron Community Foundation.
Turnaround specialists are now working with three more schools in the Akron city school district.
Superintendent David James will join a panel discussion next month.
Make dinner a selfless act by attending the Jennings CLC fundraiser at the Cuyahoga Falls Chipotle (371 Howe Road).
Akron police are hoping a thief will do a good deed and return a computer stolen from Garfield High School this week.
The Firestone High School Competitive Robotics team is one of the top 400 teams in the world.
Kwame Boakye is a student at Akron Early College High School in Akron, Ohio.
APS students in grades 4-6 showcase their track and field skills taught and developed in physical education classes.
Long before his State of the State address on Monday evening, John Kasich signaled a focus on education.
It’s not often you walk into a classroom and find a robot, but that’s the case at Firestone High School in Akron.
The Firestone Robotics Team has exceeded all the goals it set for itself this year.
The students at Akron’s STEM middle school are too young to qualify for laser eye surgery.
The Case PTA is holding its 5k and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk again this year, and registration is now open (sign up here).
LJFF is hosting a weekend at Lock 3 for Friday, February 21, through Sunday, February 23.
On February 13, Superintendent David James addressed APS challenges and opportunities.
APS Superintendent David James gave his State-of-the-Schools address on February 13.
North students were recognized for their placement at the District 11 DECA competition.
Superintendent David W James will discuss the state of Akron Public Schools.
The Akron School for the Arts (housed at Firestone) is continuing its subscription series.
LeBron has turned a conventional wristband into a symbol of commitment and style.
Dave Lombardi had a positive experience for his children in the Akron Public Schools (APS).
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