Dave DeChristoper, teacher and speech coach at Notre Dame Academy and Creative Director at the Toledo Repertoire Theater, earned his first diamond from the National Speech and Debate Association this year. DeChristopher, excited as a theater, drama, and speech enthusiast since his high school years, is also very humbled. “As a speech coach, I get
Calling all creative teens: If you’re looking for a life-changing summer job, The Arts Commission is accepting applications for its annual Young Artists At Work (YAAW) program until March 24. Every year since 1994, The Arts Commission hires at least 40 area teens for a paid apprenticeship program. Participants work with professional artists and collaborate
Toledo Children’s Hospital found the coloring book to be a therapeutic benefit to the parents of children at the hospital, as well as their adolescent patients.
Does your tween love computers, video games and all things technical? Then you won’t want to miss the series of coding classes offered at Sylvania’s King Road Library. Students in grades 4-9 can learn how to create video games, build a robot or make a website through the monthly, hourlong coding classes. Space is limited
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) club members at St. Ursula Academy were rewarded for the hard work on their Save the Soil project, selected as a winner in the Lexus Eco Challenge Challenge 1 Water and Land. There were 16 high school awards—two from each of the four sections of the country, and