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April 18, 2020

Dialogues 20-11 Lorain County Schools & COVID-19

LORAIN COUNTY SCHOOLS RESPOND TO CORONA VIRUS

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This new midseason interview with Dr. Franco Gallo of the Educational Service Center addresses the many new challenges to Lorain County schools that resulted from the corona virus crisis.  He describes how various districts are coping with school closings and cancelled events, focusing on at-home learning options and the prospects for graduation ceremonies and a return to normal.  This timely report was expedited for earlier broadcast and excerpts were used on WEOL news broadcasts as well.

20-10 Scholastic Games – Playoff: Brookside vs. Clearview

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This is a playoff between the two teams with the lowest winning scores to determine which will advance to the quarterfinals in the quest for the 2020 academic championship of Lorain County.  The team for Brookside High School includes, from left to right, Kassie Brooks, Lucia Morello and Nico Morello.  Behind the participants is alternate Jason Bray.  Opposing them are the academic team from Clearview High School, left to right, Thomas Rivera, Tahj Alkassem and Nathaniel Suprun.  Click above to hear the competition, or if the suspense gets the best of you, jump to read the final results by clicking here for our official news release.

April 7, 2019

Dialogues 19-09 Teen Mental Health

HELP IS AVAILABLE FOR TROUBLED TEENS

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This, our second program on teen mental health, provides an update with the executive director of the Lorain county mental health board, Kathleen Kern.  Did you know that 25% of teens in the United States suffer from some sort of depression?  This is a serious problem for some teens, especially in this day of cyber space  with the large amount of time teens are spending in front of video screens.  Kern discusses the problem of teen depression in this informative interview, offering some helpful remedies to parents and students including a crisis text line and a web site which can immediately help students who are trying to combat depression.

April 20, 2017

Dialogues 17-09 LCCC Early College High School

EARLY COLLEGE FROM LCCC CAN LEAD TO GREAT THINGS

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ECHS-Logo2 Jordan Brown is well on his way to becoming a doctor, and Early College High School at Lorain County Community College gave him an important boost toward his career.  In this interview he tells Bob Tayek about how the program works, and how for many students, there’s a lot to gain and virtually nothing to lose in terms of ones high school experience.  This is an eye-opening follow up to Bob’s earlier interview with college president Marcia Ballinger, also on this site.

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