Daily Rundown August 31, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: The Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools welcomed more than 7,800 students back to classes Aug. 24 -- held remotely because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Several Akron Public Schools coaches favor return of fall sports amid COVID-19 pandemic Northmont begins new year with family advocate Q&A: Creating Safe Spaces For Cleveland Kids To Learn Agreement lets students attend Orange schools for one year University of Dayton president responds to COVID-19 outbreak on campus Reynoldsburg schools to move to hybrid learning Sept. 21 Some central Ohio colleges won’t publicly re

Daily Rundown August 28, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Cleveland Metropolitan School District preparing for students to start classes remotely No fall sports, extracurriculars for APS students With Beech Brook vote still ahead, Pepper Pike considers other zoning code changes Two Akron board members who opposed letting sports play want to change their votes 'Maybe I should have gone online': First-day jitters as students return to Amherst Steele classrooms amid huge changes Funding for local libraries to drop next year Turner supports student borrowers at historically black colleges, universities Lakewood City Schools strive f

Daily Rundown August 27, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Mixed-use district could benefit city, some experts say Cleveland homeless students prepare for virtual school Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Eric Gordon answers questions about current school year [VIDEO] Beachwood schools to return in person Sept. 14 Back to School: Districts working to meet state order on limiting venue seating as fall sports begin Giving Parents Choices as Pandemic Continues: How Some Cleveland Parochial and Charter Schools Go Against County Health Recommendations and Open for In-Person Classes Officials clarify voting options for Nov. 3 g

Daily Rundown August 26, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Taxes from Beech Brook development would help pay for Lander roundabout, developer says Dayton school board may vote Friday on layoffs, fall sports Women’s Crisis Center prepares for remote learning with help from Cleveland Metropolitan Schools Pandemic Heightens Concerns About Academic Equity In Northeast Ohio Schools Students in need can sign up to receive free computers, hot spots, for online learning Efforts stepped up to encourage Census participation Back-to-school task force unveils COVID-19 protocols UD coronavirus cases hit 155; new testing, discipline measures i

Daily Rundown August 25, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: What Happens if Zoom Goes Down? Universities open fall classes to new realities Dayton teachers union members cast ballots in drive-thru vote Dayton Unit NAACP & school members answer back to school concerns As Hewlett-Packard Can’t Deliver Computers on Time, Cleveland School District Sent Scrambling to Find 9,000 New Laptops in Two Weeks Flats East Bank project seeks rare TIF extension — from 30 years to 60 Akron school board again rejects restarting sports this fall YMCA behavioral school to close after 50 years as Akron Public Schools contract ends Cleveland City Counc

Daily Rundown August 24, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Remote learning will be ‘drastically different’ this fall, school leaders say Akron Public Schools athletics optimistic fall sports can return amid coronavirus pandemic Akron Public Schools, CMSD provide pick up times for students on free meal plans during distance learning DDN EXAMINATION: Online school still confusing, but expected to be better than last spring Dayton schools close in on long-delayed headquarters move Montgomery County releases 2019 Human Services report Northmont will allow nearly 1,000 fans at football games; ‘the kids need it,’ a dad says AACS welcom

Daily Rundown August 21, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Summit domestic judge candidate holding fundraiser Ashtabula Area City Schools BOE takes care of personnel matters Dayton school board sets racial justice expectations Brooklyn City Schools set to open 2020-2021 school year with distant learning instruction Mayor says Trump’s call for Goodyear boycott an ‘attack on Akron’ Premier Health taps outgoing Grand Lake CEO for executive role Lorain County moves to red alert, little changes in school plans Lucas County BOE hosts job fair for election workers Charter schools dodge health recommendation Proposed charter amendment t

Daily Rundown August 20, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Cleveland-Area Schools Scramble To Bridge Digital Divide As Semester Starts Q&A with Cleveland schools CEO on Governor’s sports announcement [VIDEO] David James “retiring on top” but eyeing unfinished business in Akron Public Schools Board of Elections appoints new deputy director Kent State students return to campus amid pandemic Former Dayton agency director sentenced to prison for accepted cash bribes Coronavirus: UD reports positive cases as students return; ongoing testing program to be announced Keeping an eye on athletes: Athletic trainers take on bigger role with

Daily Rundown August 19, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron schools superintendent David James to retire Greater Cleveland coalition announces $50,000 in microgrants to support 2020 census participation Some mail in Northeast Ohio has been delayed weeks, gone undelivered to some neighborhoods due to cuts to Postal Service, letter carriers say Barberton residents catch the bus to help students with supplies Dayton Children's Hospital develops protocol for COVID-19 screening in schools Postal union: Mail piling up in Cincinnati, sorters taken offline Columbus schools prepare for online classes Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaR

Daily Rundown August 18, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Amherst Schools creates buttons for teachers to help with recognition Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson plans to deliver State of the City address via social media and telephone Learn to Earn Dayton hires new CEO from Alabama 'Save the Post Office' rally planned for Saturday in Amherst Sandusky prepares for new school year Who's running for Cincinnati City Council in 2021 (so far) Ohio’s rural counties face election challenges Republicans rail against 'universal' mail-in voting, not Ohio's system Ohio Democrats eyeing 2022 statewide runs must find new ways to network without

Daily Rundown August 17, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron school board affirms decision to postpone sports, but will revisit following DeWine guidance Tuesday Akron judge to receive award from Final Farewell Project Kettering schools ‘not willing to roll the dice’; board OKs all remote classes The other crisis in Toledo As semester begins, universities prepare for influx of students PX column: Why Ohio lawmakers need to balance power on parks board Columbus-area schools prepare for students’ ‘COVID slide’ Franklin County has spent almost half of its federal COVID funding City school levy not seen as cure-all Postal Service

Daily Rundown August 14, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Olmsted Falls City Schools Board of Education approves superintendent’s recommendations to begin year with remote learning and extracurriculars Northeast Ohio Community College Leaders Discuss Back To Class Plans And Workforce Training John Carroll changes plan and will start classes remote-only Beavercreek joins growing list of schools to push back start of class Kettering City Schools Board of Education makes reopening decision Toledo Lucas County Public Library reopens with health, safety precautions Columbus City Schools suspend sports, other activities Ohio Gov. Mike

Daily Rundown August 13, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Mixed-use district could be postcard place for Pepper Pike Sinclair Community College workforce development program addresses pandemic demands Cleveland Metropolitan School District: How did it prepare for this school year? BOE names Fred Bolden school superintendent West G advisory group to look at reopening concerns University of Akron budget approved with $44 million in cuts What's working: Miami Valley Hospital seeing decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations Voters must pay to mail in fall ballots Elections board approves settlement to use Springfield school buildings as

Daily Rundown August 12, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Amherst Schools: Teacher return dates, virtual open houses set in build-up to first day Strongsville Schools to follow Board of Health recommendations, provide only remote learning to start year University of Akron board set to approve high-stakes budget Wednesday Kettering Health Network: New $30M facility opens in Piqua (Photos) Elections board to hold job fair for poll workers, seasonal employees Ohio State makes COVID testing mandatory for all students living on campus Campus-area businesses brace for ‘devastating’ fall without Ohio State football About 38% of Ohio tr

Daily Rundown August 11, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron school board votes to halt all sports practices, in-person activities Construction phase reaches milestone of placing last beam Lakewood City Schools allow extracurricular training to return, expect fall sports decision soon Concord Township seeks reduced fire station bond issue since 2019 failure Levy would provide update to cramped Brimfield fire station, administration building Charter elementary is first locally to kick off 2020-21 school year Greater Dayton RTA receives $4.4M to upgrade bus fleet Elyria Schools' teachers union requests virtual start to school y

Daily Rundown August 10, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Coronavirus: Remote learning by schools exposes digital divide in Dayton area Akron schools considering delayed starting date, no sports or activities for 9 weeks Ashtabula Area City Schools to start school remotely with live electronic classrooms Schools: Centerville goes online, Northmont athlete positive, Springboro plans meetings Efforts to bridge Cuyahoga County’s ‘digital divide’ are much needed, commendable University of Akron aims to reopen with hybrid classes, plans for testing, quarantining students Health officials recommend no in-person classes in Summit Count

Daily Rundown August 7, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Few central Ohio school districts seeking levies on November ballot Case Western Reserve University limits on-campus housing during pandemic Cleveland Public Library branch reopenings set for Aug. 24 with social distancing, less computer time University of Akron aims to reopen with hybrid classes, plans for testing, quarantining students University of Akron Faculty Senate calls for resignation of board of trustees following layoff vote Centerville City Schools to go virtual Lucas County Board of Elections pleads for volunteer poll workers Toledo historic renovation projec

Daily Rundown August 6, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: COVID disrupted learning time, but didn’t inherently disrupt education quality, says CMSD CEO As Pandemic Hammers Budget, Gahanna Voters Will Weigh In On New High School Virtual town hall draws 200 to discuss Beech Brook rezoning issue Newbury Trustee Creates Task Force to Discuss School Building Options Could Northeast Ohio schools hold classes outdoors to mitigate the risk of the coronavirus? Community college provides option for safer, less expensive education during pandemic United Way of Greater Cleveland cuts 12 jobs in pivot to digital-driven organization Body came

Daily Rundown August 5, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Ashtabula calling back furloughed employees CARES Act bails out city from economic downturn due to COVID-19 Cuyahoga County Board of Health issues response to image of Health Commissioner Terry Allan in blackface Mayor Frank Jackson offers Cleveland rec centers, libraries as drop sites for absentee ballots, state checking legality See what Nov. 3 polling places could look like from Tuesday’s Special Election in Maple Heights (photos, video) Cuyahoga County allowing employees to serve as poll workers to offset shortage in November election Voters reject additional levy for

Daily Rundown August 4, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Northmont City School confirms additional staff member to have COVID-19 Gahanna-Jefferson school district allows some extracurriculars to resume Bay Village parents, students and coaches plan protest to keep sports for kids this fall Parents, students protest online plans for back-to-school, plus sports cancellations Cleveland City Council launches effort to make in-home access to the Internet a reality for all Akron-area, Ohio hospitals working to recover from coronavirus financial losses City Council OKs next step for 2 tax items to appear on Nov. ballot, after Sykes' a

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