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Nominate a Stow-Munroe Falls School for a Makeover

Glidden's “Colorful Classrooms Contest" is accepting nominations through Friday, Sept. 28.

Have you ever thought one of the  could use a little face lift?

Now you have a chance to make it happen. 

Through its “,” Glidden is looking to make the lives of some lucky elementary school students a lot more colorful.

Any public, private or charter elementary school can be nominated for the opportunity to be repainted and refreshed with Glidden paint.

Nominations must be submitted by Friday, Sept. 28.

The winning school will receive a makeover from AkzoNobel and its contractors with up to 200 gallons of Glidden paint. The nomination form is available at www.glidden.com/colorfulclassroomscontest.

Judges will select five semifinalists on the basis of need, scope of project, potential impact on the student body, community engagement and involvement, and quality and creativity of entry.

The semifinalists’ applications will be placed on glidden.com for public voting between Oct. 8 and Oct. 26. The winner will be notified on Oct. 29.

jiim may September 14, 2012 at 02:53 AM
@ mike. The only reason the kids are passing is because the school district lowered the bar so low any child looks like a genius!!!!
Kim DiSanto September 14, 2012 at 11:38 AM
You're personal attacks and comments on people are uncalled for. If you have nothing constructive to say, you get off the net! Your above comments are completely assinine, mean-spirited and childish. I'm embarrassed I'm even responding to you idiotic comments but I am.
Amanda Harnocz September 14, 2012 at 01:34 PM
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Dave Garner September 14, 2012 at 02:09 PM
The Stow system actually does a really nice job. I have been very impressed by the quality of the educators. Yes, some of the buildings are older and need some attention, but I think the people working in them are very dedicated teachers and administrators. Thank you to all of you that have worked hard to make a good school system that reflects well on the community. Thanks also to the many people that have volunteered and help with school functions and athletics, such as you, Kim DiSanto. People like you are a positive influence on a community and make it a better place.
jiim may September 15, 2012 at 09:45 AM
After a few words i brought you down to your true standards. You pretend to be something better than you truely are. Dont be a hater or jealous. Have a great day, i always do.

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