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Seamus O'Hara and Jennifer Ingraham on 'It's About You' with host Alexa Lee
With schools bringing more students back into their buildings, and vaccine rollout underway for educators in Ohio, two Menlo Park Academy administrators were interviewed about the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has created, and how the school has worked through those challenges.
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Menlo Park Academy, the Cleveland-based school for gifted children in grades K-8, has been recognized as one of the top-performing schools in the state of Ohio for a third consecutive year, according to Niche. “We’re thrilled that we have been recognized as a 2021 Best School by Niche,” said Seamus O’Hara, school director at Menlo...
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With schools seeking to bring more students back into their buildings, Menlo Park Academy instructional aide Carla Biggert spoke with Cleveland Jewish News for a recent article (February 2021). Cleveland Jewish News detailed how parents can work with young children to keep them comfortable with wearing masks and following other social distancing policies in schools,...
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Menlo Park Academy STEAM teacher Kristin Barnes was featured in a recent article in Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine (January 2021) Barnes and other teachers in the Cleveland area shared some of the skills that children can tap through STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) that will help them succeed in school and in the...
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An editorial on cleveland.com highlighted the important role that high-performing charter schools — such as Cleveland's Menlo Park Academy — can play in making up the "lost learning" as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Two Menlo Park Academy administrators appeared on the television show ‘It’s About You’ to discuss the importance of providing a gifted education to gifted children. School Director Seamus O’Hara and Associate Director of Admissions Jennifer Ingraham spoke with WKYC 3 host Alexa Lee about Menlo Park Academy’s gifted education program, which is ranked as a...
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After school shut down in March, Mr. Pernod’s 5/6 grade advisory students wanted to stay connected and perform a service project. During a Google Meet morning check-in, the group decided to record themselves reading children’s books so Menlo’s younger students could watch and listen. The team also invited Menlo teachers to participate. FreshWaterCleveland.com recently featured...
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Whether they are physical devices like iPads or online tools like Google Docs, educators are apt to embrace the technology that helps student performance. Kratcoski says Google Docs — a cloud-based mimic of Microsoft Word that features many collaborative features — may appear to be just a quick delivery method or productivity tool to help...
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Inspirational messages from students across Northeast Ohio as we celebrate  Black History Month. Reymond Saunders goes to Menlo Park Academy; here is his message: “I am Martin Luther King’s Dream because I have a path to follow to become a great man like Dr. King. I respect myself, my family and my community. I enjoy computer...
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