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Distance learning has taken on many different forms

For the 7,660 students in Mentor Schools, online distance learning began the week after spring break on Tuesday, March 24. Although it might have been a shock for some families, the teachers and administration of one of the largest districts in the state had been preparing for some time and swung swiftly into action. “We are blessed to have...

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Willoughby-Eastlake Schools steps up during a crisis

In the galvanizing wake of Covid-19, the top three hashtags popping up on Instagram have been #allinthistogether, #wegotthis and #helpingothers. In this brave spirit of cohesiveness and selflessness, we are all rising to the occasion. Last month when the need spiked for protective equipment for those medical workers on the frontlines at...

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Lake Metroparks offers an unrestricted opportunity to cozy up to the beauty of nature

Is there anything more wondrous than spying that first violet-tinged crocus or lemony daffodil popping up through the cold, hard earth? The first brilliant wildflowers of springtime—with their majestic shapes and kaleidoscope of colors—are at last upon us. Mimi thought it was high time to take them in, so she caught up with...

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Meet the Artist: Gabriel Gonzalez, GGGFDesign

Inspiration presents itself in many forms, and for local artist Gabriel Gonzalez, his muse comes from the passage of time. Motivated by the features that time has carved into the different materials he finds, Gabriel creates gorgeous, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces and artwork. “Within the styles of decorative trends, ‘dirty chic’ and...

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Parents can take care of sign-up without leaving the house

In the hit book All I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, Robert Fulghum explains how the world would be a better place if we all followed the knowledge we learned in this important first year, from “play fair” and “share everything” to “clean up your own mess” and, most importantly, “be aware of wonder.” Kindergarten...

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