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18-07 Scholastic Games – Elyria Catholic vs. North Ridgeville

May 30th, 2018 by admin
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ELYRIA CATHOLIC vs. NORTH RIDGEVILLE

This week’s teams are Elyria Catholic’s, left to right, Nicholas Ziegelmeyer, Ivelysse Gracia, and Elizabeth Parkey, and from North Ridgeville, left to right, Aidan Cunningham, Emily Hiles, and Jonah Fechner.  Click above to hear the competition, or read about the final result in the official news release.

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18-06 Scholastic Games – Amherst vs. Firelands

May 12th, 2018 by admin
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TWO PERENNIAL PLAYOFF SCHOOLS COMPETE

This program features teams from Amherst Marion L. Steele High School, as pictured left to right, Devan Harmych, Olivia Krugman, and Emma Macartney. and Firelands High School from Oberlin.  The Firelands team consists of, left to right, Michael Durdak, Sam Formholtz, and Ryan Martin.  A team from Amherst won the Scholastic Games championship in 2015.  Firelands was in last year’s playoffs as the wildcard team.  Hear the program by clicking above.  A summary of the final results is in our official news release.

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18-05 Scholastic Games: Brookside vs. Lorain

May 10th, 2018 by admin
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Schools from Lorain and Sheffield-Sheffield Lake

The academic team from Brookside High School consists of, left to right, Lauren Ruble, Sylvester Rabineau, and Lucia Morello.  (Alternate Dominic Martin is standing behind them, but did not compete on this week’s program).  The other team is from Lorain High School, represented by, left to right, Madison Jones, Jada McCall, and Maya Pappas.   Click above to hear the program, or you may read details of the final results in our official news release.

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Dialogues on Education 18-05 School Security

May 8th, 2018 by admin
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School Safety and Security Under Scrutiny

Ken Trump. Photo from schoolsecurity.org

Kenneth S. Trump is a school security expert, presenter, and consultant  based in Cleveland.  His specialty is much in demand in light of growing concerns as violent incidents have become more frequent.  As President of National School Safety and Security Services, a national consulting firm, he describes to Bob Tayek various aspects of emergency preparedness training, security assessments, crisis communications, and other such things with which he deals on a daily basis.  (Ken Trump is no relation to the President.)

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18-04 Scholastic Games – Avon vs. Vermilion

May 8th, 2018 by admin
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Defending Champion School Faces the New Season

Avon High School, the school that won last year’s Scholastic Games championship, returns to meet  Vermilion High, a school that has won two championships in past years.  Avon is represented by, left to right, Jacob Boesger, Alex Stamatis, and Connor Smith.  Vermilion’s team consists of, left to right, Sarah Webb, Jenna Smith and Hunter Cyran.  Click above to listen to the competition, opening a new window if you wish to further browse this site as you listen.  You may also read about the final result in our official news release.

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Dialogues on Education 18-02 LC Hist. Soc.

May 8th, 2018 by admin
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 New Leadership at the Lorain County Historical Society

Broome

Kerrie Broome is the new Executive Director of the historical society.  In this interview with Bob Tayek, she relates her lifelong experience in the county to her interest in local history. She describes the organization’s mission and its unique programs, particularly relating to education.  and her plans for the future in her new leadership role.

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18-03 Lake Ridge vs. Olmsted Falls

February 27th, 2018 by admin
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LAKE RIDGE ACADEMY FACES OLMSTED FALLS HIGH SCHOOL

Lake Ridge is represented by, left to right as pictured, Trixie Yoo, Anjali Prabhakaran, and Ryan Rosu.  Today the team is facing the Olmsted Falls team, left to right, Jake Dahlinger, Joey Calabrase, and Ben Meredyk.  Click above to hear the competition.  Open the playback in a separate window if you wish to browse this site as you listen.  For a summary of the completed program, click on our official news release.

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Dialogues on Education 18-03 Public Media Educational Initiatives

February 22nd, 2018 by admin
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Ohio Public Broadcasters Enhance Aid to Schools

Williams

Ideastream, the public broadcasting organization in Cleveland, Ohio, was recently only one of a few such organizations in the country to receive a substantial grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to expand its outreach to Ohio schools.  To find out about their plans, Bob Tayek interviews  Dr. Linda J. Williams, Ideastream’s Senior Director of Community Engagement and Education.  She has been since 2009   overseeing educational programs and services from Pre-K through K-12 as well as Post Secondary.  A career educator, she previously has served at Hiram College, the Lake County Educational Service Center and school districts in Richmond Heights and Mentor.

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18-02 Avon Lake vs. Keystone

February 22nd, 2018 by admin
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AVON LAKE VS. KEYSTONE IN SECOND ACADEMIC MATCHUP

The team from Avon Lake High School consists of, left to right, Irwin Deng, Connor McNeill, and Alex Petroff.  Facing them is the team from Keystone High School, comprised of, from left to right, Luke Peters, Annali Perez, and Matthew Lee.  Click above to listen to the competition.  If you open the playback in a separate window, you may continue to browse this site as you listen.  To read a summary of the completed program, click on our official news release.

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Dialogues on Education 18-04 Teen Suicide

February 21st, 2018 by admin
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Professionals Dealing with Teen Suicide in Lorain County

KERN

It is important to seriously consider the issue of teen suicide, and that is what the Lorain County Board of Mental Health is doing.  Bob Tayek speaks with the board’s Executive Director Kathleen Kern.  Immediate attention is often required and the following services are discussed on the program.  The 24/7 hotline is 800-888-6161 or one can key in 741741 and text “4-HOPE”.  For those seeking advice you are asked to call the Navigator Number at which a bilingual technician can direct you to the best place to find help.  That number in Lorain County is 440-240-7025.

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