Full name: Torrence Ann Miller. Parents names: Amanda and Scott Miller. School and grade: Just completed seventh grade at Harmon School. Jobs or chores you do: Load the dishwasher, take out the trash and feed my pets.
The following students from Aurora were named to the spring 2017 semester president's list at Kent State University: Nancy Braff, Andrew Daff, Cameron Gorman, Nathanial Kindel, Sarah Kronz, Andrew Messing, Gillian Nelson, Gurkiran Singh, Davy Vargo and Breanna Zepernick.
Several students from Aurora and Reminderville recently graduated from the University of Akron.
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Two at Buckeye Girls State American Legion Clare Eggleston Unit 803 in Aurora sponsored two girls to Buckeye Girls State recently.
The following local college students graduated from Baldwin Wallace University in Berea in May: Kyle Messner, bachelor of arts degree in business administration; Katherine O'Malley, bachelor of arts in health care management; Scott Schroeder, bachelor of arts in business administration and marketing.
Teacher gets pact At a special meeting July 6, the Aurora Board of Education awarded a one-year contract to Cara B. Morelos for a full-time teaching position at Craddock School for 2017-18. She will be paid at the masters degree plus 20 hours, Step 10 level.
Upcoming supply lists are available Aurora school supply lists for the 2017-18 year are available online for students in grades kindergarten to 8. There is no school supply list for Aurora High students.
The following students from Aurora earned degrees from Ohio State University at spring 2017 semester commencement exercises: Brett A. Balog, Benjamin J. Flowers, Blair D. Henderson, Randall T. Golliher and Michael J. Hosey, bachelor of arts; Lauren A. Bowen (magna cum laude), Kelly M.
Full name: Rachel Irene Smith. Parents names: Jennifer and Mathew Smith. School and grade: Just completed eighth grade at Harmon School. Jobs or chores you do: Collect the trash. Activities and hobbies: Reading, orchestra and LEGO robotics.
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Miami University of Ohio students who are ranked in the top 3 percent of undergraduate students within each division for second semester 2016-17 have been named to the president's list. Students from Aurora who made that list are Robert Garrett, Nicole Lucas and Brock Nelson.
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Hands-on learning experiences at the University of Mount Union can happen on campus, in the community or in this case, a few hundred feet in the air. Ryan Studer of Aurora was part of a team that built an electric-powered paraglider from scratch as a project in Dr.
School hours told The hours that Aurora's school buildings are open in the summer vary. The high school and Board of Education offices are open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays, but closed on Fridays through July 28.
Full name: Diego van Schie. Parents names: Sjoerd and Dorothy van Schie. School and grade: Just completed eighth grade at Harmon School. Jobs or chores you do: Programming. Activities and hobbies: Programming and playing with computers.
Students from Auorra are among more than 180 whose exceptional academic work was showcased during Baldwin Wallace University's Ovation Festival 2017. The following local students presented their work: Kyle Messner presented a poster titled "Slavic Village: What's the Matter?
GRADE 8 Aardema, Benson Abbass, Danny) Alqahtani, Jory Averitt, Kaitlyn Baldwin, Spencer Bates, Lillian Bizjak, Quincy Blechschmid, Victoria Bradley, Maggie Calvey, Domenic Cannata, Kelly Carpenter, Michael
The information published here comes from Valley Christian Academy's "The Viewpoint" newsletter for June 2017. After 17 years at Valley Christian Academy, Scott Iannetta has left the school.
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KSU tuition likely will remain same Unless something changes when the Ohio legislature approves the next bicentennial budget, tuition at Kent State University will remain the same this fall as it was for the spring semester.
Four students from Aurora graduated May 21 from John Carroll University. The students and their majors are: Austin Kasunic, East Asian studies; Timothy Maxwell, communication and theater arts; Klair Ruggiero, biology; and Mackenzie Stojetz, education.