Toledo SMART Elementary to change name, possibly location
By La Prensa Staff
Toledo SMART Elementary School,
1850 Airport Hwy., will soon undergo a name change. The charter
school will be known as Escuela SMART Elementary. The
school’s growing enrollment also may force a location change by
the 2019-20 academic year.
$3.5 million grant renewal to University
Research Corridor member universities marks 25 years of research
and scholarship on minority aging and health
DETROIT, Dec. 10, 2018: The Institute of
Gerontology at Wayne State University, in partnership
with the Institute of Social Research at the University of
Michigan and the College of Human Medicine at Michigan
State University, received a $3.5 million grant renewal from
the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on
Aging to extend the Michigan Center for Urban African
American Aging Research (MCUAAAR).
Stocker Arts Center hosts “A 1940’s
The Stocker Arts Center will host
“A 1940’s Nutcracker” performed by Neos Dance Theatre at 11 a.m.
on Friday, December 14, 2018 (Student Matinee
performance), at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 15 and at 2
p.m. on Sunday, December 16 in the Hoke Theatre on Lorain
County Community College’s campus.
Stocker Arts Center presents LCCC
Winter/Spring Film Series
Stocker Arts Center presents the Winter/Spring
Film Series on the Lorain County Community College
campus. Films are featured on Fridays at 7:30 p.m. in the
Hoke Theatre. The series includes:
Concert featuring songs written at WWII death camps
FARMINGTON HILLS, Dec. 8, 2018 (AP): Songs composed by
imprisoned musicians in a World War II concentration camp will
be performed by University of Iowa professors at Michigan's
Holocaust Memorial Center.
Naiomy Vega-Miranda: Tri-C student, beauty
pageant contestant, y más
college students have been in Naiomy Vega-Miranda’s
shoes. For the past two years, she’s carried a full course load
at Cuyahoga Community College while working up to 40
hours a week.
brings ‘Hour of Code’ to Notre Dame Academy
TOLEDO, Dec. 7, 2018: On Thursday, December 6, Notre Dame
Academy students joined schools from around the globe in
participating in Hour of Code, the “largest learning
event in the world.”
BGSU trustees approve two new degree programs for emerging
BOWLING GREEN, OH: The Bowling Green State University Board
of Trustees at its Dec. 7, 2018 meeting approved two new
degree programs, both aimed at meeting workforce needs and
providing additional career opportunities for BGSU graduates.
Owens to graduate 461, Dec. 14
PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP, Dec. 10, 2018:
candidates for graduation, including 82 from the
Findlay-area Campus, will receive their degrees during the
38th Owens Community College Fall Commencement on Friday,
Dec. 14. Of those graduates, 98 will graduate with honors.
The ceremony will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Health and
Activities Center on the College’s Toledo-area Campus.
Registration open for Winter Art Classes at the Toledo Museum of
TOLEDO, Dec. 7, 2018: Registration is now open
for winter art classes at the Toledo Museum of Art, which
offers opportunities for all ages and levels of experience in a
wide variety of media to satisfy numerous interests. Looking for
a creative outlet for the kids or want to try something new?
Through engaging projects with knowledgeable instructors,
children, teens and adults can learn to understand art and some
of the many ways to create it.
House colleagues in letter inviting Trump to visit idled GM facilities and
workers in Ohio and Michigan
WASHINGTON, D.C., Dec 7, 2018:
Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (OH-09) has sent a letter with
four colleagues to President Donald Trump, formally asking him to visit the
communities impacted by General Motors’ decision to idle several North America
Ritter Planetarium showing holiday programs on full dome for
The University of Toledo Ritter Planetarium is showing
“The Alien Who Stole Christmas” and “Santa’s Secret Star”
in full dome for children throughout the holiday season.
Tri-C Encore Campus
Fridays opens registration for 2wo sessions
New classes offer
educational opportunities for adults aged 55 and older
CLEVELAND: The Encore Campus Fridays
Cuyahoga Community College
(Tri-C®) begins new sessions of classes in January and March to
enrich the minds and lives of those aged 55 and older.