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CLASS Act Scholars of Summit County – SEI

Class Act Scholars of Summit County

 

The CLASS Act Scholars of Summit County is a program that combines the CLassroom Assessment Scoring System® (CLASS®) with free coaching, mentoring and professional development for an exclusive group of 20 early educators working in Summit County preschools. Chosen for their commitment to furthering their own professional development, this selective group of preschool teachers represents a wide range of preschool settings in Summit County.

Apply Now! CLASS Act Scholars Class 3

Summit Education Initiative is happy to announce that our CLASS Act Scholars of Summit County application is now open! We are very excited to begin working with the third class of scholars later this year. If you are a Summit County preschool teacher interested in joining the CLASS Act Scholars of Summit County Class 3 (2019 – 2020), submit your application at the link below!

APPLY HERE

Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. on June 14.

Additional Information

Click on the links below if you are interested in learning more about the CLASS Act Scholars program or application process:

Find stories about the CLASS Act Scholars at this link.

For more information go to: seisummit.org

 

Holiday Concert Raises Donations for Foster Children, Emphasizes Need for Foster and Adoptive Parents

 

Robin Swoboda and Renee Welsch

Summit County residents welcomed the holiday season with “An Evening of Christmas Inspiration” holiday concert, which resulted in a donation of over 100 new toys for the Summit County Children Services (SCCS) Toy Room.

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OPEN M provides Christmas for the Love of Children

On Wednesday, December 19th, OPEN M will once again open its doors for their “Christmas for the Love of Children” program. Each year OPEN M partners with the Akron Public Schools counselors to identify the most in-need families within the district. This year over 580 children in nearly 200 different families were identified through APS, as well as OPEN M’s internal programing. Continue reading

Project Rise hosts 11th Annual Harvest Dinner for Local Families Experiencing Homelessness

 

This November, Project Rise and Kenmore-Garfield High School hosted the 11th Annual Project Rise Harvest Dinner for the students and families experiencing homelessness. The Harvest Dinner gives these families and youth the opportunity to celebrate this festive time of year with food, fun and friendship. The evening included arts and literacy activities, parent-child activities, Thanksgiving dinner, giveaways, and entertainment. Altogether, around 125 attendees enjoyed the special evening!

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Summit County Children Services welcomes back “Children’s Home” Alumni

Summit County Children Services (SCCS) welcomed former residents of the “Children’s Home” on Thursday, Aug. 30, to reconnect with friends and commemorate the agency’s rich history.

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