The Dr. Suzanne Openlander ‘53 Resource Center is now open at Notre Dame Academy. The new Resource Center has been transformed into a space where students can come together to discover information in a traditional way, use technology to find answers online and explore STEM in a makerspace. Dr. Openlander, who spent her career as
Two moms teamed up to create Wolf + Friends, a commerce and community app specifically for moms raising children with special needs. The app is designed for moms to connect with like-minded women in their neighborhoods who are also raising children with special needs such as autism, anxiety, ADHD, sensory processing issues, developmental delays, mental
The Toledo Lucas County Public Library offers a variety of coding classes for children and tweens. The King Road branch offers a Code IT Club, where students in grades 4-9 are invited to go beyond the basics of coding to create video games, program a robot or build a website. Students can learn practical skills
The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) will offer several special promotions this holiday season, including special discounts, free parking and a limited-edition goblet and ornament. For the entire month of December, nonmembers who spend a combined $35 at the Museum Store, cafe or exhibition tickets will receive free parking. (Parking is free for members). As
Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School and Academy recently announced a new internship program as part of student graduation requirements, starting next school year.