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Ursuline College offers an accredited, accelerated, one-year Master of Arts degree and teacher’s licensure

For anyone who has ever said to themselves, “I wish I knew back then what I know now,” and is exploring a more rewarding second career as a teacher, the Ursuline College Master Apprenticeship Program (MAP) is the perfect place to pivot. This accredited, accelerated, one-year program offers a Master of Arts degree and teacher’s licensure...

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Willoughby-Eastlake Schools feeds students in need

The closing of Willoughby-Eastlake School District buildings last year and shift to virtual learning due to Covid presented a myriad of challenges to students, teachers, administrators and staff. Thankfully, for students and their families in need, the district was able to continue its vital role of feeding the community. “Though...

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There are plenty of places to enjoy the great white outdoors

Like the song says, “let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.” Having just come out of a difficult 2020, we find ourselves in glorious snow season. “Seriously, this is what we live for,” says Seth Begeman, chief of outdoor education for Lake Metroparks. “Lake County is one of the snowiest spots in the state and we are blessed with...

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Meet the Artist: Dawn Tekler

For local artist Dawn Tekler, the muses of her masterpieces come in the form of industrial steel mills found along the Cuyahoga River and the flora and fauna of Lake Erie. As an avid paddleboarder, Dawn rises to paddle the river at daybreak, seeking the magnificent sunrise at exactly the right moment in time, while most of Northeast Ohio is still...

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Willoughby-Eastlake Schools delivers its Christmas best

Just hear those sleigh bells jingling, ring-ting-tingling, toooooo. Nothing makes this the most wonderful time of the year more than festive holiday carols. Last month, when the Willoughby-Eastlake Schools alerted teachers and students they would go virtual within the week due to Covid-19, it looked like the annual Holiday Concerts would...

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