On Monday, May 11 the Berkshire Board of Education and Superintendent Doug DeLong recognized four Geauga County businesses/agencies for their contributions to high school students. Each person and the company/agency they represent participated in the Career Days throughout the school year. The Geauga Growth Partnership and local school districts have worked together over the last three years creating career day programs. . . .
On Monday May 11 at the regular meeting of the board of education, 6th grade math teacher Mrs. Duns and her Math Counts students made several presentations involving math proiblems and ways to increase math computation skills. We are very proud of all the students and their presentations. Special thanks to Mrs. Duns for helping the . . .
On Wednesday May 20, the 8th grade class from Berkshire Jr/Sr High School visited area businesses to learn about careers. The trip included visits to Troy Innovative Instruments, Great Lakes Cheese and University Hospital. The students were taken on a tour of Troy innovative Instruments by machine operators and engineers who . . .
Dear Parent/Guardian, Below are links to the course offerings at Berkshire Jr/Sr High School for the 2015-2016 school year: 2015-2016 Berkshire High School Course Selection Guide 2015-2016 Junior High Course Selection Guide * The College Credit Plus informational meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, February . . .
Dear Berkshire students and families, Costa Rica, A Touch of the Tropics tour is a trip that is underway and will take place in June 2016. This trip is open for enrollment for interested students that will be sophomores or older for the 2016-2017 school year. Please read the information below to get an overview of this fantastic . . .
Reading well is the single greatest contributor to academic success and lifelong learning. Students in kindergarten through 3 rd grade at Burton Elementary accepted the 50 book challenge from The Cleveland State University and The Center for Excellence and Innovation at the beginning of the school year. Students, teachers, and . . .