Winter is over and spring has finally arrived in Historic Zoar! On Friday, April 27, bring your students to help the residents of Zoar prepare for the coming year. From 10am-4pm students can try their hands at baking, butter churning, soap carving, tinsmithing, gardening, and more. Historical demonstrations throughout the village will help students learn about life in the 1850s. Cost for the event is $5 per student and includes all activities. One adult per group is free, and each additional adult is $7. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 330-874-3011. Refunds will not be issued.
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Annual NPHS Art Show showcasing all NPHS art students’ artworks and celebrating the portfolios of graduating advanced art senior students
The New Philadelphia City School District is offering additional evening meeting times through the Coffee with the Superintendent program.
Wow creator. Inspiration producer. Difference maker. Miracle worker. Teacher. The Ohio Department of Education is encouraging the public to share stories about great educators.
In an effort to ensure the public does not stigmatize women with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, Mom-Mentum.org, a nonprofit agency that offers information and education about the challenges, realities, and value of mothering, has broken down the meaning of “postpartum depression.”
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This week the nation recognizes school counselors and the unique contribution they bring to U.S. school systems.
An alert is being sent to parents regarding a dangerous social media challenge among teenagers.
Kohlton Calvey is a 10-year-old boy from Uhrichsville who is passionately pursuing efforts to make his school safer.
The application windows for Ohio’s EdChoice, Income-Based (EdChoice Expansion) and Cleveland scholarship programs are now open. Families can begin applying today for a scholarship for the 2018-19 school year. The deadline to apply for these programs is April 30, 2018.
The New Philadelphia City School District is inviting the public to an opportunity to meet with the Superintendent over a cup of coffee.
The New Philadelphia Quakers are gearing up for a special event designed to recognized city residents 65 years of age or older.
This week, students locally and across the country are participating in efforts to educate others and debunk myths about drugs and alcohol.
Following the resignation of Canton City School Board member Willard Grimsley, the district is now seeking applicants to fill the vacancy.
In the past, Sandy Valley Alumni were recognized for their outstanding achievement. The Sandy Valley Alumni Association would like to continue this tradition by selecting an outstanding Sandy Valley graduate each year.