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Click on the link below for the Ravenna School District Levy website to find detailed information on Issue 2, the 4.9 mill levy on May 6, 2014.


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2014 Arts of Excellence Show

Since 2001, the Ravenna School District Board of Education has been pleased to honor students for their accomplishments in the arts at the Arts of Excellence Show, which took place on April 3rd this year. The pieces were submitted by their art teachers and were reviewed and selected by board member, Mrs. Joanne Newhauser. The artwork will remain on display in the board office for a full year. Pottery, drawings, paintings and digital photography were among the media used. The matting and framing, as well as the final displays, were provided by Jan Bozzelli, art coordinator for the district and art teacher at Ravenna High School.

We are pleased to honor the following students whose work is on display, as well as their art teachers for their instruction and guidance. Click here to view the students and their artwork.

Spotlight on West Park Elementary School

West Park School recently teamed up with United Way for the first Reading Role Models pilot project. This program helps demonstrate to our kindergartners the importance of reading by local agency volunteers coming in to read to them. To read more about this program and to see photos, please click here.

Ravenna Ravens Reach Blood Donation Goal

The Ravenna High School Student Council held its bi-annual blood drive on March 4th in the Coll Gymnasium. The blood drive is coordinated and executed by our Student Council members under the leadership of Student Council advisor, Doug Senseman. The American Red Cross generously awards a $1,000 scholarship to college-bound seniors of the Student Council. Click here to read more and see photos of the event.


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