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Published: October 2, 2016 12:00 AM

Tours offered of school buildings

The Stow-Munroe Falls City Schools is inviting the public to take a tour of the district's school buildings on Oct. 4 and 5 from 6 to 7 p.m. All schoold buildings will be open and personnel available to show attendees around and answer questions. If unable to attend on those days but would like to take a tour, contact Central Office at 330-689-5445.

Manufacturing Day events on Oct. 7 for students

Anderson International and NMG Aerospace will once again be hosting Manufacturing Day events on Oct. 7 for local students to experience firshand the types of opportunities available in manufacturing today.

Manufacturing Day is a nationwide coordinated effort by manufacturers and industry groups to show up close and personal the types of jobs that are available in manufacturing today, and to dispel the public perception that manufacturing jobs are dirty and routine.

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Students from Stow-Munroe Falls High School, Theodore Roosevelt High School and the Portage Lakes Career Center High School are scheduled to visit these businesses.

Science teachers seeking Box Tops for Education

To help provide a fun and education experience to the students in all science classes, Kimpton Middle School science teachers are asking readers to clip and send the Box Tops for Education found on many grocery items. Kimpton receives 10 cents for each of those Box Tops and more money on the Bonus Box Tops.

The seventh- and eighth-grade students benefitted from an extra $2,500 thanks to Box Tops and Recycling last year. Box tops can be mailed to Kimpton Middle School, Attn: Box Tops Coordinator, 380 N. River Road, Munroe Falls 44262.

Another way to assist the teachers is by dropping off all recyclable paper/junk mail in the paper retriever dumpsters in Kimpton's front parking lot. The school is paid by the pound for the donations.

All money received from Box Tops from Education and Abitibi Paper Retriever is used exclusively to provide science students with materials to use on projects and labs beyond that can be purchased with science fees.

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