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Top students selected

Here is the most recent list of athletes and students of the week at Harmon School:

Athletes -- Jack Sovich, Ethan Walker, Katy Fellenstein, Kai Cotton, Ryan Kondik, Jacob Loudon, Tayler Cassidy and Alexa Fleming; sixth-graders -- Luke Calder, Alison Cravens, Melanie Palcisko, Kylie Palian, Serena Gromack, Chloe Longo and Samantha Pulling.

Seventh-graders -- Samantha Ryai, Alisha Sheth, Alexis Torer and Alexandra Willingham; eighth-graders -- Katelyn Glaser, Whitney Lieberth, Julianna Ritter, Jacob Blue, Michael French, Hannah Most and Marissa Sesny.

Cheer clinic is May 10

The Aurora High School cheerleaders will host their annual cheer clinic May 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the high school.

Local girls can spend the day with the squad and learn cheers, chants and dances. All students in grades kindergarten to six are welcome, and cost is $25, which includes a cheer T-shirt.

Participants should take a packed lunch. Punch and cookies will be provided. Preregistration is encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome. Call coach Connie Wells at 330-998-4575 for details.

Dog, cat items sought

Leighton Leaders are sponsoring a collection for Rescue Village animal shelter in Russell Township, which helps care for all types of homeless animals. Supplies for dogs and cats can be dropped off on the tables outside the music and art rooms through May 2.

Caught being good last week at Leighton School were: Tommy Black, third grade; Mia Bryant, fourth; and Matt Lombard, fifth.

Counselors are eyed

Volunteer applications for Harmon School students who want to be counselors for Aurora Safety Town this summer are available in the Harmon office and are due by May 1.

Any girls in eighth grade or higher interested in trying out for the 2014 Aurora High School band flag line should attend an informational meeting today (April 30) at 2:45 p.m. in Room 203 at AHS. Tryouts will take place the week of May 12. For details, contact Pam King.

Harmon School students collected $709.21 for kids who need books. The money will be donated in Harmon's name.

Eighth-graders at Harmon School will go to the NASA Learning Center in Wheeling, W.Va. on May 15-16.

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