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RED HOT BREAKFAST Print E-mail

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RED HOT BREAKFAST - Readers were recognized at Conneaut Lake Middle School Red Hot Readers’ Breakfast of Champions on February 12. Among dedicated readers at the school were,students Jordan and Ben Kullen, pictured in photo above with their parents. From left above are the Kullen family - Jim, Jordan, Donna, and Ben Kullen. Ben Kullen has read 648,146 words while younger brother Jordan has read 310,241 words thus far in the school year. Both boys hope to reach the one million goal by the school year's end.

 
Headlines for Feb. 23, 2015 Print E-mail

School board has five openings in elections
Written by David Schaef

Five positions are up for election on the Conneaut School Board this election season with now the time for any interested and qualified to be collecting names on petitions with deadline to get on the Spring Elections to be held in May set for March 10.

In Region 1, the borough of Linesville, and the townships of Beaver, Conneaut, North Shenango, Pine, and West Fallowfield, two seats are up for 4-year terms, those two currently held by Kathy Klink and Brian Boyce. Klink has indicated she will seek election.

Klink is currently serving an appointment.

In Region 2, the boroughs of Conneautville and Springboro, and the townships of Spring, Summerhill, and Summit, the seat currently held by Cheryl Krachkowski, is up for election. She has expressed interest in seeking election.

Read more in this weeks issue.

 

CLMS Red Hot Readers honored at breakfast
Written by David Schaef

Conneaut Lake - Conneaut Lake Middle School students, along with their parents, attended a Breakfast of Champions for Red Hot Readers in the school cafeteria from 7-8 am on February 12, 2015.

Students who reached significant reading milestones were honored at the event. The CLMS teachers and staff who daily cheer on these readers also attended.

Playing up the Valentine’s Day holiday, the theme for this year’s breakfast was “Reading is the Heart of Learning.”

Nutrition, Inc. served a special hot breakfast of French toast with strawberries, whipped cream, and syrup, sausage, and heart-shaped donuts to the 168 guests. Parents in attendance shared on heart-shaped Post-it notes “Parent to Parent Reading Tips” as well as titles of “Beloved Books” from their childhood years.

Read more in this weeks issue.


For additional details about these stories , as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, Feb. 23, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • Local businesses congratulate FFA students! Inside!
  • Deadline nears for cable TV adapter hookup! Pg. 20!
  • CL boro council hears more on beautification plan

 
KARATE COMPETITORS Print E-mail
Monday, 16 February 2015 00:00

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KARATE COMPETITORS: Golden Eagle Karate, a martial arts group that meets twice a week in Espyville, competed in the 39th Annual King Cobra Karate Tournament, held in Erie recently. Pictured, left to right are Landen Mead, Master James Davis and Paul Bortnick who is credited with winning two intermediate championships. See details page 10.

 
Student numbers up in school district Print E-mail
Written by David Schaef   
Monday, 16 February 2015 00:00

Student numbers are up in the Conneaut School District, albeit, a small number since school begin in the fall.

Numbers have increased by 9 students, mostly driven by numbers in the middle schools.

Total enrollment at the 90 day mark for this school year shows 2,092 students in the district with 685 at the senior high, down 8 from day 3; middle school numbers up 12 at 672, an increase from the 660 total of day 3, and elementary numbers at 735, up 7 from day 3 at 728.

However the 2,092 students listed on the 90 day totals for the current year are down from the 2,165 from a year ago, a drop of 73 from that year ago.

Read more in this weeks issue.


For additional details about Student numbers up in school district, as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, Feb. 16, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • Local businesses congratulate CASH playoff contenders!
  • Linesville, Sadsbury, S. Shenango meetings! Inside!
  • Kids invited to play tryouts! Inside!

 
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