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Calling for a little peace and quiet

How time spent alone can foster creativity and independence among children.

West Geauga science students will add bat houses to Burton Wetlands

Bats eat hundreds of insects in just one hour, including those unpopular mosquitoes. These bat houses will provide space for bat maternity colonies to rear their young, called pups.

Concord student’s invention wins national prize

Sarah Hofius, a seventh-grader from Notre Dame Elementary School in Chardon, had an idea that was inspired by dementia patients she used to care for alongside her grandmother.

Gross Schechter Day School presents No Place for Hate workshop

Sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League

Leadership Geauga County educates on local history, builds community leaders

Youth program seeks students who have a commitment to the Geauga County community and who are also interested in assuming greater responsibility for the future leadership of the county.

Mobile planetarium coming soon to a Geauga school near you

This mobile unit is equipped with the same software found in the grounded planetarium located at Observatory Park. This should breathe new life into mobile astronomy education countywide.

St. Gabriel School hosting kindergarten meet and greet

Families will have an opportunity to meet kindergarten staff, join attending kindergartners for some fun activities, and ask questions regarding the school.

Gross Schechter Day School presents community program about kindergarten ​​​​readiness

To be held Monday, December 12 at 7 pm, featuring a panel of experts who will discuss techniques to help parents navigate the transition to kindergarten and assess kindergarten readiness.

LCBDD program helps adults with autism to reach their potential

This past year, the program's first 13 adults have become more involved in their communities, learned new skills and overcame obstacles with the support of family, friends and LCBDD staff.

The Music Settlement to open new west side campus

The Music Settlement will open a campus in late-summer of 2018 that incorporates all three of its artistic centers, providing music instruction, music therapy, and early childhood education.

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