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Massillon Junior High Students Visit Kent State Stark Campus
Students filled the Kent State Stark campus on the mornings of September 25 and October 2, but the sidewalks were not filled with just college students on these days. The Massillon Junior High School, Class of 2020, was among the rest of the college students getting a taste of what the college experience is like.

The Class of 2020 cheered as “Flash,” the Kent State mascot, appeared in the door to greet the students. The excitement continued as students then got to hear from a few Massillon alumni who attend the Kent State Stark Campus. As the days went on, students got to experience first-hand, what an average day will be like when they enter college. From the subjects of math to computer tech, students were able to participate in various classes on campus. Not only did students get to interact in the classroom, they also got to participate in a session geared towards career interests. Math, science/weather, geo, and computer tech were all included in the subjects our students got to learn about during the course of their day.
Teens Learn About Girl Power
Girl Power. We hear about it a lot, but do we really know what it means? TedX Speaker, Amazon Best-Selling Author, and President of Girls Above Society, Lauren Galley, came to speak to our teens about exactly what it means to have girl power. Lauren is an empowering 20-year-old who travels the U.S. talking to teens about body image, leadership skills, and self-confidence. 
Board of Education Recognizes Students of the Month
Congratulations to the students who were named Board of Education Students of the Month for the month of September! 
DECA Survey
Mike Rutkowski and Zac Lockwood are competing in the Creative Marketing Project category of DECA Competition. What this entails is creating and executing a research study whose results can be used to improve the marketing strategies of a company or organization.

Ohio's Career-Tech report card shows improvement among Stark County Schools

Stark County schools are doing a better job of preparing career-minded students for life after high school, a new state report card shows. Results from the Ohio Department of Education’s latest career technical report card show a higher percentage of Stark County students who succeeded, as they took career technical classes found a job, started an apprenticeship, enrolled in college, started an advanced training program or entered into the military during the first three to six months after leaving high school compared to the previous year.

Read more at The Canton Repository 

The Truth About Obie
It was a tradition that was born many years back, a tradition born out of love and respect. As The Massillon Tiger program continued to develop into a positive force throughout the area, there were a few special people who began to investigate the possibility of using a live tiger as a mascot for the program.

Specifically, two men; Wilbur Arnold and Junie Studer. These special Tiger Fans began to research this possible project. As they continued to develop the project, being animal lovers themselves, Wilbur and Junie spent a serious amount of time determining the well being of such an animal. Wilbur and Junie actually flew to different zoo's around the country to interview zoo keepers about what goes into the proper care of a tiger.
Massillon City Schools Welcomes Olivia Bronczek as New Communications Coordinator

Massillon, OH (August 25th, 2015) Massillon City School district is pleased to welcome Olivia Bronczek as the new communications coordinator.

Growing up in Massillon, Ive always had a passion for the Massillon City School District,said Bronczek. This position provides an excellent opportunity to showcase the things I love about Massillon that some people may not always be aware of. I was interested in this position because it allows me to highlight the positive events taking place within the district and plan new events.

As the communications coordinator, Olivia will act as a liaison between the school district and community and coordinate public relations efforts for the district including, publications, social media and special events.  

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