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Thursday, August 28, is the first day of school!
by Mark Williamson in Alert 
There are only eight more regular-season RubberDucks Home Games!
by Rene Garrett in Sports 
Project Ujima has a new weekly schedule of events.
by Rene Garrett in News  Community 
Some say it all began here.
by Rene Garrett in Events  News 
With their applications to become International Baccalaureate (IB) World School candidates approved, Akron Public Schools’ (APS) Case Elementary and Litchfield Middle schools will begin introducing new concepts and curriculum this school year.
by Rene Garrett in News  Academics 
Wheels for Education, that is .
by Rene Garrett in Community  News 
The Global Village Festival of Greater Akron is a celebration of international and ethnic diversity in our community.
by Rene Garrett in Community  Events 
In recognition of National Recovery Month and to increase access for those in greatest need, The Summit 91.
by Rene Garrett in Community  Other 
Check out this video from the Ohio Department of Education about Career Ed!
by Ryan Dumont in News  Other  Academics  Technology 
Are you wondering why David James is all wet?
by Ryan Dumont in Community  News 
Community Partner South Street Ministries rides again!
by Rene Garrett in Events  Community 
On Wednesday, August 27, from 8 a.
by Rene Garrett in Other 
Case is now an IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) candidate school.
by Rene Garrett in News  Academics 
Community partner, City of Akron, makes music.
by Rene Garrett in Events  Community  Music 
If it's up to running back Ernest Calhoun, life for the Kent State football team without Dri Archer won't be too bad.
by Rene Garrett in Sports 
An APS Education Career Fair (including on-site interviewing) will be held on Friday, August 22, from 8:30 a.
by Rene Garrett in News 
Family activity alert!
by Rene Garrett in Events  Community 
Community partners after hours.
by Rene Garrett in News  Events  Community 
At InfoCision Stadium August 8, Akron welcomed back LeBron James.
by Rene Garrett in Community  Events  News 
Firestone High School is bringing back its full slate of coaches for the falls sports season; and Athletic Director Brian Fuller, who is in his 15th year on the job, said the school “absolutely” has a strong group of coaches in place heading into the 2014-15 school year.
by Rene Garrett in Sports 
Community Partner Akron RubberDucks.
by Rene Garrett in Community  Events  Sports 
Project Ujima has a new weekly schedule of events.
by Rene Garrett in Community  News 
Online registration for Girls on the Run of Greater Summit begins August 21 at 9:30 a.
by Rene Garrett in Academics  Community  Events 
The Navy Jr.
by Rene Garrett in Other 
The Board of Education is the official body representing the citizens of Akron on all matters of public education.
by Ryan Dumont in News 
When LeBron said, "I am ready to accept the challenge," he was referring to more than the challenge on the court.
by Rene Garrett in News 
The produced recordings from the KIDJAM!
by Rene Garrett in News  Events  Community 
LeBron James and HGTV's Nicole Curtis handed one Akron family the keys to a newly renovated house on Monday, the product of a week-long project that saw James' hands at work on something other than a basketball.
by Rene Garrett in News  Events 
Poet to assist Project Learn.
by Rene Garrett in Community  Events 
Grant to help outreach.
by Rene Garrett in Grants  News 
Community Partners Offer FUZE!
by Rene Garrett in Music  Events 
Project RISE will present a play about teen homelessness on Wednesday, August 20, at 6:30 p.
by Rene Garrett in Theatre  Community 
Barberton’s Pendleton Named New Treasurer at APS.
by Mark Williamson in News 
The Project RISE Summer Art and Literacy Program provided children and youth experiencing homelessness with opportunities to explore art media that integrated literacy components.
by Rene Garrett in Art  Community  News 
The annual City Series football media day Wednesday served as an opportunity for coaches to talk about their teams and to welcome two new guys to the fraternity.
by Rene Garrett in Sports 
Five Marine Corps JROTC cadets from East CLC and their instructor (Michael Booker) visited Boston, Mass.
by Rene Garrett in News  Events 
Plans are set for the public Akron event welcoming home LeBron James, who is returning to the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers this season.
by Rene Garrett in News  Events 
Arrive early and leave your Frisbee at home are among the suggestions the City of Akron is offering those lucky ticket holders for Friday’s LeBron James’ homecoming event.
by Rene Garrett in News  Events 
FHS grad has a story to tell .
by Rene Garrett in News 
In the month of July, Project RISE provided four educational and cultural field trips for local families experiencing homelessness.
by Rene Garrett in News  Community 
On Monday, with the PROMISE Project home rebuild completely under way, "Mr.
by Rene Garrett in News  Community 
(The following article was written by William Phillis, Ohio E & A.
by Rene Garrett in News 
Plans are set for the public Akron event welcoming home LeBron James, who is returning to the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers this season.
by Rene Garrett in News  Events  Community 
(The following article was written by William Phillis, Ohio E & A.
by Rene Garrett in News 
The fifth annual Summit for Kids event took place at the John S.
by Rene Garrett in Community  Events 
Community partner has homestand.
by Rene Garrett in Sports 
Card footbal refreshes program.
by Rene Garrett in Sports 
Stuff the Bus campaign under way The Salvation Army, Krispy Kreme, Leadership Akron and Akron General Health System are teaming up on the Stuff the Bus campaign to help children start the school year right.
by Rene Garrett in Grants  Community 
Home rehab project under way.
by Rene Garrett in News  Community 
Project Ujima has a new weekly schedule of events.
by Rene Garrett in News  Community 
There will be some additional help in the Akron Public Schools (APS) next year, following approval by the Board of Education of Superintendent David James’s personnel recommendations July 28.
by Rene Garrett in Academics 
Panic buttons — the kind a bank teller pushes to trigger a silent alarm during a robbery — are the latest safety measure in Akron schools.
by Rene Garrett in News 

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“Education is not just simply the progress of school, it is having the ability and desire to learn on your own.”

‐RAWLEY KRAMER

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