Friday, October 26, 2012
Get the recap of the game, plus other scores from around Cuyahoga Falls.
Stow-Munroe Falls may have won bragging rights after beating Cuyahoga Falls, 21-9, but not much else. Each team finished the 2012 season with a lackluster 3-7 record on Friday night, giving the squads several months to think about where it all went wrong. For a scoring summary and team stats, refer to the attached .pdf below the photo. Scores around the city: Southeast: 44 Woodridge: 37 Click here for the box score. Archbishop Hoban: 13 Walsh Jesuit: 28 Click here for the box score. Akron Manchester: 48 Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy: 23 Click here for the box score.
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
“This is the first time in the history of the program that our students have earned this highly respected designation," said Culinary Instructor Tami Garro.
The Culinary Arts and Catering Program at Stow-Munroe Falls High School, along with the Six District Educational Compact, had several culinary students earn ProStart Certification by the National Restaurant Association. Seniors Tony Guy, Shakera Spivey, Mark Bujorian, Hannah Gibson of Tallmadge, Allison Hainer of Cuyahoga Falls, Amanda Ward of Kent and Ryan Parker of Cuyahoga Falls are now certified through the National Restaurant Association ProStart program. “We are very proud of our students for their outstanding achievements,” said Culinary Instructor Tami Garro. “This is the first time in the history of the program that our students have earned this highly respected designation." Through the leadership of Chef Shelley Giangaspero, …
Monday, March 19, 2012
Parents, students, faculty and staff from each district are invited to the event, which will consist of a stage performance and discussion led by a panel of local law experts.
Later this month, the Cuyahoga Falls City School district will host the I Have A Secret anti-bullying event and the Stow-Munroe Falls City Schools have been asked to participate as well. The event is open to the community, and students from grades seven to 12 and their parents are strongly encouraged to attend, said Cuyahoga Falls Schools Superintendent Todd Nichols. "(I Have a Secret), presented in part by Diversity Initiatives, is designed to raise awareness of bullying while supporting teachers, administrators and students to actively take steps to help counter the social issue," said Stow-Munroe Falls Schools rep Jacquie Mazziotta. Following the stage performance, a guided discussion will be hosted by a panel of experts, who include…
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
A 17-year-old Stow's juvenile case is being continued March 7.
The youth accused of taking police on a 52-mile chase in a dump truck attempted suicide shortly after his arrest in December, his father told a judge yesterday, the Akron Beacon Journal reported. The information came to light during a hearing to determine whether the youth should be tried as an adult. The hearing was continued to March 7. "More testimony needs to be heard from a psychologist," said Don Ursetti, the juvenile court's outreach coordinator. The teen waived his right to a probable cause hearing in front of Judge Linda Tucci Teodosio in January, said Ursetti. If the case remains in juvenile court, the next step is likely a trial, said Ursetti. "If his case is bound over, his case will be assigned to the General Division of …