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FREDERICKTOWN — The FHS Alumni Association is pleased to announce that a scholarship honoring the teaching career of Rachel A. Gregg (1967 – 1992) has been fully endowed by Malcolm R. Shrimplin, an FHS graduate.

ASHLAND -- Dr. Mark Hamilton, Ashland University Associate Professor of Philosophy who was in his 39th year overall at the university and also served as the Athletic Department's Faculty Athletic Representative, passed away on Sunday (Dec. 27) at age 67.

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MADISON -- Students in the Madison Local School District will not return for in-person classes next week as previously scheduled.Superintendent Rob Peterson announced Wednesday the district's period of remote learning will be extended through Jan. 8.Peterson stated that the decision was made…

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MANSFIELD -- Superintendent Stan Jefferson announced Friday that all Mansfield City students will transition to remote learning after Richland County went purple this week.The school district will operate under five days a week of remote learning only through Jan. 8. Remote students will be …

ASHLAND -- Representatives from Ashland University and North Central State College met virtually Monday morning to sign two new articulation agreements formalizing two new transfer opportunities for NCSC graduates to complete bachelor’s degrees at Ashland University.

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“Closing all our school buildings to in-person learning for the second time this year has been one of the most painful actions I have had to take as Superintendent,” Randy Dunlap said in a letter to families.

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Lexington, Ontario and Clear Fork will all have periods of virtual learning following Thanksgiving and Christmas break to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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The switch to virtual instruction applies only to high school students. Peterson said he anticipates that in-person classes will resume at the high school on Nov. 30, following Thanksgiving break.

MANSFIELD – Abraxas residents involved in Student Council, their leaders, and the teaching staff collaborated and created a full day of activities for the second annual Fall Festival on Oct. 16.

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Ontario Local Schools held a drive thru celebration for Veterans Day 2020. Veterans drove a route through each school building parking lot, escorted by local police and the high school marching band. Students lined the route to cheer and say thanks. Some held signs, others yelled "thank you"…

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