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Ring in the Chinese New Year

It's the Year of the Monkey. Celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 8. Here are some events around Northeast Ohio to join in the holiday fun. The public is welcome to celebrate with food, performances and learn about the Chinese culture. ...
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Win a $529 CollegeAdvantage College Savings Award

Trying to save for your children's future college careers? Need help getting started? CollegeAdvantage College Savings is hosting a contest for readers of Northeast Ohio Parent magazine to win a $529 award. The winner can have their award be added to an existing CollegeAdvantage account, or the prize can be used to open a new account. ...
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Parent Tip of the Week: 5 Ways to Keep Your Child Reading

Help your kids retain the essential skills they learned in the classroom and plan for a season full of new adventures in reading. ...
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Go Green: Earth Day Around the Region

Looking to help the planet this week? Earth Day is on April 22 and to celebrate, many area organizations are hosting community events to teach creative and unique ways to protect the environment. These events can feature crafts with recycled materials, story times, exploring nontoxic cleaning materials, earth-friendly exhibits and more. ...
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ADA Day 2016 at Wade Oval in University Circle on July 27

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Day kicks off with games, interactive art and adaptive sports. A mini-documentary about the ADA also will be shown. Stop by the resource fair for fun and information provided by several community organizations. ...
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Helping Parents Untangle the Educational Web

For some parents, it may be the hope that this is a new school year and last year’s problems have disappeared — academic, social or behavior. School conferences can be a feel good night or your worst fear. It is never too soon or too late to get help for your child. ...
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Benedictine High School Names New Principal

Mrs. Charlene (Sue) Zulandt becomes the first female principal in the school’s 89-year history. She joined the school staff in August of 2014 as the assistant principal and academic dean. Earlier this month, she was appointed acting principal for the remainder of the school year when BHS principal Fr. Michael Brunovsky, OSB went on a sick leave. ...
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School Open House Listings for the 2016-17 School Year

Private schools all across Northeast Ohio offer families opportunities to visit their campuses. Parents and students can ask questions, meet faculty and see if the school is the right fit. Check out these schools in the Greater Cleveland area for open houses and private tours. ...
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