“We have a responsibility to keep our students safe.”
Tax would offer improvement funds 'without hindering the educational program'
Taxes would benefit local school district, police, senior and mental-health services.
He’s a Western Reserve High School graduate.
Second-grade language arts teacher Patty Fuller and bus driver/kitchen worker Patty Dvorak receives Golden Apple awards.
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.
Tim Grys will finish out Landis’ last two years of term.
New London school board also accepted resignations.
As many 100 New London students are involved with this fair each year.
NEW LONDON — Unfunded state mandates were an issue at the New London board of education meeting Monday.
Policy would affect students in grades 7 to 12 who participate in extra-curricular activities or drive to school.
Secretary retiring after 34 years with district.