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Raven Packs Provide Food to Elementary Students in Need

Ravenna School District staff, parent volunteers and community members are partnering to provide help to identified  elementary students who may not have quite enough food at home for long weekends.  For these students, hunger is a very real  issue.  On Wednesday, January 16th, 255 "Raven Packs" were put together containing items such as macaroni and cheese, soup, granola bars, oatmeal, crackers, chips, bananas, carrots, quinoa, sandwiches and apple juice.  The food was provided by the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank as well as individuals and groups who have donated funds and food to assist with the program.  Raven Packs will be distributed to students in advance of long weekends such as Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Spring Break, Easter and Memorial Day weekends.  The Raven Pack Program is organized by Andrea Morgan and Aleah Dunaye, staff members at Willyard Elementary School and Laura Wunderle, a parent in the district.  

 

 



RSD Title I Family Night Encourages Reading Together

Nearly 300 Ravenna Elementary School students and parents enjoyed the District's "Title I Family Night" at Ravenna High School this past Tuesday evening.  The District receives funding for parent engagement and it has been a long standing tradition to bring in the Barberton Magical Theater.  Everyone enjoyed the short play of "Rumplestiltskin" in a wonderful performance.  Every student also received a book to take home as well as refreshments after the performance.
 
 
 
 




 
 




Carlin Celebrates Principal's 50 Years in Education


The Carlin Elementary students and staff celebrated 50 years of their Principal, Mr. Bob Mittiga, being in education.  There was an all school assembly where students sang, read poems and thanked Mr. Mittiga in many ways!

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RHS Students Receive Recognition at Art Competition

Ravenna High School recently had two students receive Honorable Mentions in the Scholastic Arts Competition. Since 1923, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards have recognized the talent of young men and women in grades 7-12.  According to the Kent State Stark website, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards are the "largest, longest-running and most prestigious recognition programs for creative young people in the United States."  Congratulations to senior, Raegan Miley, and junior, Lucas Spiker, who created ceramic busts of their own design.

 
 






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