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THE MICHIGAN AVENUE SCHOOL PTO sponsored their annual free family movie night, where several hundred people joined to watch “SING” on the school’s outdoor playground. more
On Friday, Oct. 6, the Cleveland-based Raptors and Reptiles educational program presented various species of local and exotic wildlife to the 6 Purple, 6 Red and 6 White Teams at Cleveland Middle … more
George Bostanic is the new director of Lee’s Office of Residential Life and Housing, a post within the school’s Student Development sector. “We are pleased to welcome George to this pivotal … more
James Austin Halliday, a sophomore majoring in mathematics at the University of Rochester, has been named to the Dean’s List for academic achievement for the spring 2017 semester. Halliday, a … more
On July 31 through Aug. 4, Lee University will host the 2017 Church of God Teen Talent, an international competition which aims to help young people ages 13-19 discover their talents, develop that … more
The students at United Christian Academy will be going back to classes on Aug. 8. UCA is a PreK 3 through ninth-grade school. The school, which is accredited, offers A Beka curriculum, according … more
Editor’s note: This is part of a weekly series of columns written by incoming Cleveland High School freshmen Procrastination can be a very powerful thing. Not only does your chest seemingly fill … more
Appearing before graduates, their friends and families, and many others from the Lee community, Southern Nazarene University President Dr. Loren Gresham inspired and challenged graduates during … more
North Lee retired teachers met for the annual Back to School Yahoo Breakfast at Cracker Barrel. They met on Friday morning as the teachers and students of North Lee Elementary School started the … more
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