Students receive flower, gift certificate and applause at May 23 school board meeting.
The Cuyahoga Falls City School District presented the April “Top Tigers” at the May 23 meeting of the Board of Education. “I’m please to announce why all these smiling faces are here this evening, which is the highlight of our month, to introduce our Top Tigers,” Superintendent Ed Holland said. Holland thanked the Top Tigers sponsors, Dietz Falls Florist, Donatos Pizza and the Cuyahoga Falls Schools Foundation. Each Top Tiger received a white flower, gift certificate and a round of applause from audience members. DeWitt Elementary School Tyler Ulbricht, fifth grade Sierra Hershman, fifth grade Lincoln Elementary School Andrew Gregg, fourth grade Kelsey Mayes, fourth grade Preston Elementary School Nolan Lipply, fifth grade Allyson Winter, …
Students from 1st grade through high school in Cuyahoga Falls City Schools district are recognized.
At the Cuyahoga Falls school board meeting Monday night, two students from each school in the district received recognition for their leadership efforts and hard work in class.
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The district catches up on its monthly recognition ceremony for student leadership and achievement.
A snow storm delayed the Top Tiger's ceremony in late December, but the wait didn't stop the students who earned a spot on the district's monthly honorable mention list from picking up their awards. At the Cuyahoga Falls school board meeting Wednesday night, two students from each school in the district received a certificate, a pin and a free Applebee's appetizer coupon for their efforts.