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Some faculty and staff raised the windshield wipers on their cars to prevent them from sticking to icy windshields throughout the day. Staff who commuted from areas such as Solon and Vermillion faced lengthy drives today.

Not Cold Enough

Sara Mesiano and Nora Spadoni
January 19, 2016
Shaker Heights Middle School staff face IB implementation, a new retention policy and a building full of 12- and 13-year-olds as they attempt to improve both the school’s state report card rating and community reputation.

The ‘Difficult Years’

John Vodrey and Abby White, Campus and City Editors
May 3, 2014
In a training exercise, some high school students practice overwhelming an intruder while others evacuate the scene. As school shootings have continued, schools and law enforcement agencies have begun to adopt and rehearse more aggressive responses than the lockdowns legislated throughout the country in the years following the assault at Columbine High School 15 years ago.

In Lockdown Alternative, Students Don’t Hide

Audie Lorenzo, Anabel McGuan, Sara Mesiano, Nora Spadoni, and Ned Weingart
May 1, 2014
At Shaker Heights High School, students from varied backgrounds can access the same opportunities. But that’s only if we execute our ideas and policies correctly.

To Tame Weather’s Bite, District Adopts Late Start Schedule

Abby White, Campus and City Editor
February 26, 2014
Ohio Rejects Shaker Proposal for Learning Center

Ohio Rejects Shaker Proposal for Learning Center

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
November 26, 2013
All Bark, No Bust

All Bark, No Bust

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
November 13, 2013
Police dog on duty at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska.

Police Dogs to Enter High School

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
November 9, 2013

Police Chief Lee Outlines Investigative Process

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
September 14, 2013

District Prepares for Police Investigation, Media Coverage

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
September 12, 2013

Student Arrested For Rape at School

Shane McKeon, Print Editor in Chief
September 11, 2013
Board Member Bill Clawson listens to Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. during the Sept. 4 board meeting. At its Dec. 17 meeting, the board voted unanimously to put a 6.9-mill levy on the May ballot. The levy is Hutchings' first as superintendent.

Hutchings Presents 90-Day Plan to Board

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
September 5, 2013
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