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EHS Awarded $2.5 Million PELEA Grant
The Preparing English Learner Educational Allies (PELEA) grant will equip paraprofessionals, in-service, and preservice teachers with skills, strategies, and dispositions to improve instruction for ELs.
EDT alumna Lexie Groth quoted in article from Local 12
Local school has sensory room to help students decompress, reduce anxiety
Miami University Robert Noyce Scholars Program receives almost $300K in continued support from the National Science Foundation.
This program is co-directed by Nazan Bautista, Tammy Schwartz, and Jeff Wanko.
Lower Price Hill Thrives Groundbreaking Ceremony for Affordable Housing
Tammy Schwartz and Brian Schultz attended the LPH Thrives Groundbreaking Ceremony on 8/26/21 groundbreaking for affordable housing Community Matters, an EHS Community partner, was instrumental is moving this affordable housing project forward.
Jeannie Ducher Scholar Award honors the life and legacy of an inspiring educator, colleague, and friend
Finding the words to describe Jeannie Ducher come easily to everyone who knew her. Ask anyone and they will speak of the fearless candor and charismatic nature that became synonymous with her bright and virtuous character.
Freedom Summer Scholars host Aiken High School students to help diversify teaching
This summer, a group of Aiken High School students -- each an aspiring educator -- participated in the Freedom Summer Scholars program. For two weeks, they focused on Black history and Black education as a way to help diversify the teaching profession.
Miami EHS alumnae recognized as 2022 teachers of the year
Kristen Lazuta and Jenn Stormer have been recognized as 2022 Ohio teachers of the year.
Legacy STEM Camp Awarded 20k Hawk Tank Grant to Support Underserved Children
The Legacy STEM Camp is not your average summer camp. There are no bunk beds or campfires, and for many, its impact will endure long after summer ends.