School community moves forward, stronger, in light of threats

Tension was rising among Streetsboro students and the community the week of February 18-24, due to the Parkland shooting in Florida, and the 13 year-old, middle-school male who shot himself in Jackson, Ohio. After these events, two separate reports were provided on the Safe Schools Anonymous Tip Line on February 21. One report said a […]

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WSTB celebrates 45th anniversary

Approximately 60 alumni, who graduated in years ranging from the mid-70’s to 2016, gathered to celebrate the 45th anniversary of WSTB at the high school April 23. Alumni enjoyed refreshments, reminiscing and tours of the radio station as well as the school.   “They were there the first couple of years when the radio station […]

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Behind the curtain of “Wizard”

They say every family has drama. But for this family, drama is what brought them together in the first place. The cast of Streetsboro Theatre’s “The Wizard of Oz” is  busy preparing for its April 28 and 29 performances in the new auditorium. But because the audience only gets to see the final product, they […]

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Freshman Ashlee Basich wins Rotary Speech Contest

Freshman Ashlee Basich placed first in the district rotary speech contest held Feb. 22 at Aurora High school. She placed above experienced sophomore Karan Ingle, and senior Joe Beaver, in the event led and organized by English teacher Maralee Lellio. “Of course I was nervous at first when I got on the stage,” Basich said, […]

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Powderpuff returns to Streetsboro

Powderpuff football is making a comeback, thanks to the help of junior class president Ravleen Ingle and senior class president Sidney Grimm, who have organized this May 13 event. In the ‘Boro tradition of Powderpuff, senior and junior girls face off in a game of flag football, with the boys as their cheerleaders. This game […]

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PASS to place personalized touch on new school

Personalized bricks and granite tiles are available for purchase. These bricks will be on the new athletics complex walkway, granite wall, and brick auditorium interior wall. “PASS came up with this idea while we were working on the bond issue to build the new school,” said Karyn Hall, who leads People’s Alliance for Streetsboro Schools. […]

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Arlesic’s legacy

Football coach John Arlesic may have resigned in December after 13 years, but his legacy lives on through his players and their success. “I was upset,” junior and wide receiver Keshun Jones said after Arlesic’s resignation. “I created a bond with him; he always did his best and was always looking out for us.” Arlesic […]

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New field, new coach, same team

After 13 years and 68 wins — including a trip to playoffs in 2012 — head football coach, John Arlesic, has resigned from coaching, but will continue teaching math here in the community he has invested much in, and where his family resides “It’s sad; I know it’s his life and he loves it, which I […]

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Band directors Gretchen Weaver, Shane Ellsworth terminated following allegations of hazing at camp

What happened Band directors Gretchen Weaver and Shane Ellsworth were terminated January 24 at a Board of Education meeting following allegations of hazing at Camp Muskingum in August. Page 10 of the Redacted Report on the Streetsboro City School’s website said the following activities occurred during camp: A lake toss Skit night Water balloons Campers […]

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Streetsboro theatre takes on “The Wizard of OZ”

To buy tickets, click here. Senior Katie Curran will star as Dorothy in Streetsboro Theater’s first production in the brand new high school auditorium Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29. Curran will take the cast down the Yellow Brick Road to see the “Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” played by senior Joe Beaver. Junior Sydney […]

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New School Information

It can be a bit hectic adjusting to the new school, so here are some tips, rules and other information you need to know. Our new address: 8585 State Route 14. NEW RULES: No food or drink ANYWHERE in the school outside of the Commons area. Violation will result in disciplinary referral to Newman. No […]

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