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17-05 Amherst vs. North Ridgeville

March 2nd, 2017 No Comments

ANOTHER LIVELY COMPETITION WITH TEAMS REACHING NEW HEIGHTS Without revealing the result, we will say that these teams are a couple of the best performing panels of our season so far, representing two schools that have produced championship winners in the past.   Representing Amherst Marion L. Steele High School, left to right, are Olivia Krugman, Nathan […]


Dialogues on Education – Elyria Public Library System

May 25th, 2013 No Comments

A Library for the 21st Century It’s not your grandmother’s library anymore…or even your father’s.  Libraries have entered the 21st century, offering a lot more than books.   Spokesperson Debbie Pillivant of the Elyria Public Library System, the local WEOL radio sponsor of the Scholastic Games broadcasts, tells Bob Tayek about how it has kept up […]


Dialogues on Education – Cleveland Orchestra Educational Outreach

April 23rd, 2013 No Comments

  ONE OF THE WORLD’S FINEST ORCHESTRAS…AND MORE The Cleveland Orchestra is perhaps foremost of the city’s cultural institutions.  Not only is it an internationally renowned performing ensemble, but it also provides an outstanding example of community outreach.  Each year, tens of thousands of area students are introduced to the many facts of classical music and […]

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Community Foundation of Lorain County 2013

March 6th, 2013 No Comments

PERSONAL NOTES WITH A FOUNDATION C.E.O. Brian Frederick, CEO of the Community Foundation of Lorain County, shares with Bob Tayek his thoughts about the mission and challenges facing the community and his organization and its role as a “foundation of foundations.”  A true network of “people who care and causes that matter,” he describes how […]


Dialogues on Education – A Teacher’s View at Midview Schools

February 13th, 2013 No Comments

OPTOMISM FOR THE FUTURE OF MIDVIEW SCHOOLS Lorain County’s Midview district faces numerous challenges these days, as do all school systems. However, optomism is now the rule since voters in that community, in a special election in February of 2013, passed the first school levy in twenty years.  Michael Filipiak, a teacher at Midview High School and […]


Dialogues on Education – Baldwin Wallace University

February 5th, 2013 No Comments

BALDWIN WALLACE – A CHANGED NAME AND A NEW PRESIDENT Two notable changes came to Baldwin Wallace in 2012.  The institution that had been called Baldwin-Wallace College for well over a century was rechristened Baldwin Wallace University.  A new president took office at the same time.  On this program, Jim Mehrling interviews Dr. Robert Helmer, the […]


A Highlight of our 2013 Season (Program #1)

January 29th, 2013 No Comments

SEASON 23 OF SCHOLASTIC  GAMES  BEGINS WITH FIRELANDS VS. VERMILION The radio quiz season starts out in a big way with two schools that have traditionally had fine academic teams.  Firelands High School in Oberlin battled their way to compete in last year’s county championship, ending the season as runner-ups to Olmsted Falls.  Vermilion has […]


Scholastic Games 2012 #16 Championship – Firelands vs. Olmsted Falls

May 22nd, 2012 No Comments

FIRELANDS HIGH SCHOOL CHALLENGES OLMSTED FALLS IN QUEST FOR SECOND SCHOLASTIC  GAMES  CHAMPIONSHIP It’s down to the last two teams as season twenty-three draws to a close.  Olmsted Falls High School hopes to become the third school in the broadcast’s history to win the county championship in two consecutive years as Firelands aspires to its […]


Dialogues on Education – Junior League of Cleveland

April 4th, 2012 No Comments

Celebrating 100 years of promoting leadership among women, the Junior League of Cleveland has naturally given high priority to advancement of education. In this milestone year for the organization, Bob Tayek speaks to the Junior League President, Hermione Malone, about  scholarships and other programs, notably a leadership symposium, a pilot collaboration with the Girl Scouts, also celebrating […]

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The Scholastic Games – Bloopers!

May 18th, 2010 Comments Off on The Scholastic Games – Bloopers!

Believe it or not, when our programs are recorded, they are not absolutely perfect from beginning to end.  We hope that fans are not too shocked by this revelation.   Now that you’ve accostomed yourself to this surprising fact, sit back and laugh at some of our misfortunes that have occurred during the presentations of our quiz […]