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Senior “Senior” prom deemed a great success
The Saybrook Banquet Centre was the setting for the 10th Annual Senior “Senior” Prom, themed “Fire and Ice.”
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Bridge Street newcomers bring new energy and friends to Ashtabula
Have you been to Bridge Street? It’s bustling with activity.
It’s hard work keeping Lake Shore Park the crown jewel of Ashtabula
Since 1906, it’s been one of the crown jewels of Lake Erie’s small lakeside parks. Thousands of people visit Lake Shore Park yearly, and most of them are awed by what they see.
Lakeside graduate thanks district for education, compassion and excellence
It’s not often that a superintendent receives an e-mail from a student. However, on May 29th, as Ashtabula Area City Schools Superintendent Patrick Colucci was putting the finishing touches on his commencement ceremony speech, an e-mail from LHS graduating senior, Olajuwan Smith, stopped him and caused him to throw away what he'd spent hours writing.
Lakeside High School hosts first annual ‘Lunch with a Professional’
In cooperation with Ashtabula County Medical Center, A-Tech and the Ashtabula Area City Schools Business Advisory Council, Lakeside High School recently held its first annual “Lunch With a Professional.”
Ashtabula Lakeside Elementary students celebrate Reading Week
From “Sun-Sational” readers to after-school ice-cream socials, the students on the Ashtabula Lakeside Elementary School campus spent a week celebrating reading.
Austinburg resident returns from Liberia
In the Bassa language of West Africa, missionary Jack Hopkins is called ‘Voagar,’ which means ‘Successful Farmer.’ What he does is called different things in different religions. It is called mitzvah, good deeds, good karma or charity, but it all means he same thing. Jack Hopkins has made good deeds his life's mission.
Students learn about careers with wheels
Third-grade students on the Ashtabula Lakeside Elementary School Campus spent May 16 learning about a variety of occupations that involve wheels.
LJHS raises $11,000 for pediatric research in memory of Austin Tome
Lakeside Junior High School has kept a promise to Austin Tome, a former student who lost his battle with cancer five years ago — to keep his memory alive through fundraising for pediatric cancer research.
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