Thursday, September 17, 2009

Mentors also find value in E CITY

It turns out participating students weren’t the only ones with the jitters when Harvey High School’s E CITY program and course began.

Though she ultimately agreed to donate time and energy in order to mentor the corresponding competition’s eventual winner, senior Kirsten Yopp, California Imports owner Marcia Winfield wasn’t sure what to expect.

“To tell you the truth, I was scared to death,” Winfield said of her initial thoughts of entering a high school as a mentor to a teenaged, hopeful entrepreneur.

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-- Brandon C. Baker

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Chardon Board vs. CEA

It’s almost a given that teaching contract negotiations take some time, at least from what I’ve witnessed in the few years I’ve covered school districts.

However, the recent impasse between the Chardon Education Association and school board, is the first I’ve seen escalate to the degree it has.

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-- Cassandra Shofar