Friday, May 27, 2011
Graduation was at E.J.Thomas Performing Arts Hall May 26, 2011.
Stow-Munroe Falls High School seniors gathered with friends and family to celebrate commencement ceremonies at E.J. Thomas Hall. Click here for more information on the class of 2011 and the top 10 honors students. Post your free graduation announcements on Stow Patch here.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
A look at those in the grand march at the high school May 21 ... and a look at the dresses!
Prom was May 21 from 9 p.m. to midnight at St. Joseph's Family Center in Akron. After-prom was at the Stow-Munroe Falls High School. Have photos of the prom you'd like to share? Upload them to this story or send a copy to Stow Patch Editor Amanda.Harnocz@patch.com.
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Kevin Herman is a featured Whiz Kid because he will play football for Ohio Wesleyan University.
Name: Kevin Herman Grade: Stow-Munroe Falls High School Senior GPA: 4.07 Kevin signed his letter of intent to play football with Ohio Wesleyan University. While at SMFHS, he also played baseball, participated in National Honors Society and Hitting for Home. "Kevin is a special person as well as a player," Head Football Coach Mark Nori said. "His hard work, dedication, and commitment to not only athletics, but academics, affords him great opportunities and has helped him build a sold foundation for success in the future." Know someone who should be featured as a Whiz Kid? Sure you do! So, send an email to Editor Amanda Harnocz. Please include the Whiz Kid's name, school, grade, age, a photo and why he or she should be featured. Parents, you…
Monday, May 16, 2011
For the next two weeks, students will stay in school half an hour longer.
Last updated May 16 8:49 p.m.: The Stow-Munroe Falls Board of Education unanimously approved extended school days for two weeks at two elementary schools May 16 to make up for a sixth calamity day. Students at Indian Trail Elementary and Riverview Elementary will have to stay in school a half hour longer every day until May 27 to make up a sixth calamity day. The two schools were closed April 28 because a wind storm that swept through Stow knocking out power for 1,600 FirstEnergy Corp. businesses and homeowners. Riverview Elementary was closed because power lines were down nearby on North River Road. Indian Trail Elementary was closed because it did not have power. The district is only allowed five calamity days. This was the sixth day for…