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MANSFIELD -- If this were a normal school year, elementary school teachers would be spending their days managing end-of-the-year field trips and parties. They would be hugging their students goodbye and telling them how proud they were.


Harvey said that with a fund balance of just over four million, the district could weather sustained cuts or larger cuts next year, provided that state funding eventually returns to pre-COVID numbers. 

MANSFIELD – A student from Crestline and another from Highland were honored Tuesday when the Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA) recognized 84 of Ohio’s top students from across the state during the 31st annual Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Awards Program.


Educational institutions nationwide have been forced to adapt their curriculum and graduating requirements due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  Professor's have been asked to transition from face-to-face instruction into an online teaching medium.  Students were required to return to their off-campus homes and attend online meetings and classes for remainder of the spring semester.

CLEVELAND – The financial impact and pressure brought by COVID-19 are weighing heavily on American teenagers, with more than two-thirds of teens (69%) saying they are either somewhat or very concerned about the impact of the pandemic on their families and day-to-day lives, according to a new survey by Junior Achievement USA (JA) and Citizens Bank.

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