Chamber member, Olmsted Falls City Schools has announced a 10-year, $200,000 collaborative partnership with another chamber member, Vitamix.
The deal includes the Olmsted Falls High School football field naming rights ("Vitamix Field at Charles Harding Memorial Stadium"), student curriculum enhancements and food services support.
"This is something we've been working on for quite some time," Superintendent Jim Lloyd said. "It's extremely exciting for a variety of different reasons.
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Cindy has dedicated many years to helping our chamber thrive and grow as a member, board trustee, and officer. She was honored at the eleventh annual Chamber Bright Star Awards presentation of the Northern Ohio Area Chambers of Commerce. About 40 chambers of commerce across northern Ohio nominate a person from their chamber as their “Bright Star,” to recognize a member with North ho has “made a significant impact on the chamber through membership, retention, sponsorship, economic development, operations and/or education.” Thank you Cindy for your hard work & dedication to making the Olmsted Chamber of Commerce a great organization! We are
The Olmsted Township Fire Department, in cooperation with Southwest General Health Center, provided Stop the Bleed kits to the Olmsted Falls School District on Friday. Bus drivers will receive certification in this advanced first aid skill on Sept. 5.
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SCOTT SEDLACEK of the EYE PLACE receives REALEYES TOP PRESENTER for 2018. Congratulations Scott!
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FIRST FEDERAL LAKEWOOD'S TOM HELMICK and BONNY CARROLL recognized for their partnership with OLMSTED FALLS CITY SCHOOLS in sponsorship of the new scoreboard for the OFHS Football Field.
RENEE MUSAT of KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY was honored as a Notable Women In Real Estate for 2018 by Crain's Cleveland. Congratulations Renee!
Renee Musat is a leader at Keller Williams Realty and one of the owners of the brokerage. She not only assists Keller Williams’ agents in need of advice and training, but also has input in day-to-day operations, helping steward an organization that came to the Cleveland market about 10 years ago.
By John Benson, special to cleveland.com
OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio -- A secondary education is all about educating students for their future. This includes life lessons in regard to money management and career decisions.
At Olmsted Falls High School, the state-required personal finance class involves numerous teachers with different backgrounds educating students on various related topics throughout the year.
"We want each student to look at their interests and how they're going to make money doing those interests," said digital marketing, marketing, internship and accounting teacher Liz Cleary. "We talk about college, trade schools, the military.
"We talk about jobs and income, budgets, emergency funds and saving for the future. We really cover the whole lifespan."
Over the years, Cleary has witnessed how the class has made an impact on students. Former pupils have credited the course for preparing them for paying taxes, while others wish they could retake the class for a refresher.
"We have the kids watch a documentary about some pitfalls of what happens to people when they get into financial problems and how it causes stress," Cleary said.
"So if they start now and have a foundation for when they become an adult with those challenges, they're kind of aware and have some tools to cope with those and get past those challenges. That's what we're hoping for," she said
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