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Ohio schools look for continued flexibility to keep children fed

Ohio schools look for continued flexibility to keep children fed

About half of Ohio school districts are starting fall classes either fully or partially remote, which makes it more difficult for traditional school-based nutrition programs to reach children in need.
Mass gathering? Fire alarms? Barrage of tales keeps YSU on The Edge

Mass gathering? Fire alarms? Barrage of tales keeps YSU on The Edge

Photos posted of a large gathering at an off-campus apartment over the weekend led to abundant speculation. Whether the photos depicted students evacuating from a series of fire alarms or who were involved in back-to-school parties was unclear Monday night.
YSU issues warning after University Edge gathering draws hundreds

YSU issues warning after University Edge gathering draws hundreds

In pictures tweeted by @BarstoolYSU, students were pictured not social distancing or wearing masks at a gathering at the apartments. Classes started on Monday.
YSU Honors College students participate in transcribe-a-thon

YSU Honors College students participate in transcribe-a-thon

Dozens of documents were worked on in the inaugural event.
Ohio school reopening plan draws criticism

Ohio school reopening plan draws criticism

A total of 325 public school districts with about 590,000 students plan to return to school full-time, according to state numbers. Meanwhile, 55 districts with approximately 398,000 students will begin the school year remotely, while 154 districts with roughly 380,000 students will have a hybrid of online and in-person learning.
Educators call for federal help in funding Ohio schools

Educators call for federal help in funding Ohio schools

Congressional leaders are at a standstill on the latest economic relief package to help states during the pandemic.
Tressel shares YSU plans for this fall: 'This is an opportunity'

Tressel shares YSU plans for this fall: 'This is an opportunity'

YSU will use the acronym GROW (Gratitude-Reassurance-Opportunity-Work Together) to be an outline for creating plans for the 2020-21 academic year, the president said during his annual State-of-the-University address.
City Schools CEO's update includes info on online classes, fall sports

City Schools CEO's update includes info on online classes, fall sports

Youngstown City Schools will begin online Sept. 8. Students will be expected to log on everyday for attendance.
Youngstown City Schools sets dates for device distribution

Youngstown City Schools sets dates for device distribution

Remote instruction is scheduled to begin Sept. 8.
YSU president gives virtual State of the University address

YSU president gives virtual State of the University address

Using the acronym “GROW,” YSU President Jim Tressel explained the plans and changes for the upcoming year. GROW stands for gratitude, reassurance, opportunity and work together.