The former students participated in the first “Clap Off” at C.H. Campbell Elementary School to walk the hallways in their caps and gowns.
The athletes and coaches were led through each of the buildings, where they were met with loud cheers and high fives.
The idea originated with the marble WWI and WWII memorial that once stood outside the old elementary school.
The district brought a successful entrepreneur, and Struthers native, to help develop the curriculum for 7th through 12th grade students.
Students received letters, pins and certificates for their accomplishments.
There are 41 students on the RoboCats team, who placed second at the state competition last year.
Students run the Cardinal Café out of the high school, learning how to balance a checkbook and purchase supplies.
The RoboCats returned from their trip to the Robotics World Championship in St. Louis, where they finished in the top 24.
Seniors at Newton Falls High School got out of the classroom and into the community Thursday.
The group hosted a pancake breakfast to help cover costs for the trip to St. Louis at the end of April.
Boardman, Columbiana, Canfield, Springfield, Struthers and Hubbard schools were all recognized.
The community gathered for the 1st annual Nick DeSarro Powerlifting Meet to raise money for a scholarship fund in his name.
A massive fight broke out at the school on March 8.
Thirty seniors were selected by their schools for leadership qualities, academic excellence and creativity.
A new program called the Adult 22 Plus Program is giving opportunities to get a high school diploma
While trained experts fly the drones, the students can run the drone’s camera and use the footage for their projects.
South Range won their third straight District Final Saturday afternoon topping Lake Center Christian.
School officials decided to evacuate the building just before noon.
Leon and Larry Reed account for both of the Panthers’ touchdowns at Liberty.
LaBrae scores three touchdowns, hands Lakeview first loss
The Big Reds improved to 2-0 following a 6-point win tonight over Lakeview.
The documentary told the story of a Supreme Court case in which a college challenged the federal requirements of Title IX.
The annual tradition continued Friday.
The $5 million renovation project started at 11 a.m. Thursday.
One hundred-and-sixty STEAM Excel students entered 120 pieces into the show.
The project is slated to take three years to finish.
The Ohio Department of Education is also investigating the case.
Boardman Schools Superintendent Frank Lazzeri said that Boardman Police are providing extra security at the high school Thursday.
Approximately 1,100 sophomores from Mercer County high schools were invited to learn skills they will need in the working world.
About 45 customers in the area are impacted by the outage.