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Students walk outside during a fire drill Feb. 11.

New Calamity Day Policy Allows for More Snow Days

Zachary Nosanchuk, Staff Reporter
February 28, 2015
Hutchings takes questions from the audience moderated by Shaker resident and City Club of Cleveland CEO Dan Moulthrop during last year's State of the Schools.

Hutchings Previews Tomorrow’s State of the Schools, Reflects on Last Year’s

Ose Arheghan and Zachary Nosanchuk
February 9, 2015
Middle School Principal Danny Young coaches the high school men's basketball team. Young will replace Randall Yates as Woodbury principal next year.

District to Hire New Middle School Principal

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
March 3, 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

District Seeks Alternatives to Future Snow Days

Abby White, Campus and City Editor
February 21, 2014
Homeowners can use this table to ascertain their increase in total property tax following a levy passage. If passed, the levy will increase the total property tax on Shaker homeowners by about one-quarter of a percent. Table extrapolated from data provided by District Treasure and Chief Financial Officer Bryan Christman.

May Levy Would Likely Raise Total Property Tax Rate Above 4 Percent

Shane McKeon, Print Editor in Chief
January 7, 2014
Hutchings tweeted this photo of himself shoveling snow Jan. 4. The tweet read,

Outreach, Forecasts Suggest One or More Snow Days Next Week

John Vodrey and Abby White, Shane McKeon, Campus and City Editors, Print Editor in Chief
January 4, 2014
A security guard walks past Room 131 Nov. 13.

Taking a Stand for our Security Guards

Abby White, Campus and City Editor
December 17, 2013
Ohio Rejects Shaker Proposal for Learning Center

Ohio Rejects Shaker Proposal for Learning Center

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
November 26, 2013
Security guard Linda Copeland stops a student from entering the Upper Cafeteria Oct. 7 at 3:20 p.m. Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings said that the district and school are working on determining “vulnerable areas” that need more attention from security personnel.

Sticking to the Rules, Old and New

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
November 1, 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
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