All posts by Erin Schoen Marsh

Erin is a writer/editor, yoga teacher, and mama to two little ones.

Sylvania Schools Selects New Superintendent

After an extensive months-long search, Sylvania Schools Board of Education has selected Dr. Veronica Motley to lead the district as its next superintendent. Currently the Assistant Superintendent of South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, Motley brings with her three decades of educational experience. Starting as a math teacher with Akron Public Schools, Motley has experience as an

Toledo Area High School Seniors Could Earn $1000 Scholarship

The Town Center at Levis Commons is awarding a $1000 Scholarship to a Toledo area high school senior who submits the winning black and white photo of Levis Commons with a clearly-identifiable landmark somewhere in the photo field. Open to all Northwest Ohio area high school Seniors at least 18 years of age at time

Soccer Shots Toledo is Still Kickin’

Spring Sports may be cancelled, but Soccer Shots now delivers to your living room! In response to the social distancing measures being taken across the country, Soccer Shots suspended all in-person sessions and began delivering the Soccer Shots spring sessions via an online platform: Soccer Shots On The Go, which includes activities and resources for

2020 Summer Camp Guide

Special Advertising Section *With COVID-19, these summer camps are subject to change or be canceled. Please call ahead to confirm availability. Summer Camps allow children to have educational experiences outside of the classroom, to practice social skills, and — perhaps most importantly — to get them away from technology and out of the house (and

30+ FREE Virtual Learning Resources That Kids Will Love

One of the benefits of children learning from home is that parents can control the curriculum. You can adjust each activity to best suit the needs and interests of your child to provide optimal learning and fun. As long as your child is learning the necessary skills, how you cover the subject matter if up

The Arts Commission Announces High School Award Winners

The Arts Commission and Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur announced the talented award winners from the 37th Annual Ninth Congressional District Invitational Art Exhibition: first place winner was “Blue Moon” by Collette Jarrell, second place winner was “Just A Thought” by Mikayla Alvarez and third place winner was “Search for Implication at Dusk” by Caiden Lambert-Lyons. Jarrell’s