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Highway Cleanup

Highway Spring Cleanup 2024
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May 21, 2024

The Medina Teachers' Association took to the street and ditches to clean our adopted highway. We had a great turnout and then later for lunch.  Thanks to everyone who helped out and to Mr. Bensley who organized the event.

Medina School Students of the Month for May

The Medina Teachers Association, the Medina CSD  and the Medina Area Partnership are proud to announce the May selections for Students of the Month. This award is a joint effort between the organizations to recognize students who go above and beyond to help teachers and fellow students succeed and enjoy school. This month’s business sponsor is Lee-Whedon Library.

The winners are:

• Oak Orchard Primary: first-grader, Lillianna Hickey nominated by Shannon Markarian

• Wise Intermediate School:  third-grader, Myles Hosey nominated by Katie Toub and Megan Zambito

• Jr/Sr High School: 10th grader, Madison Sanders nominated by Samantha Rennie

Congratulations to this month’s winners!       

Gianna Sargent Honored

Gianna Sargent has taught science for 22 years. Since 2013, she has proudly served on the Executive Board as Social Chair. Simply put, Gianna loves to bring people together. Her exceptional organizational skills shine through various events. She also manages the MTA apparel ordering each year.  She takes immense pride in orchestrating the annual retirement luncheon, showcasing the careers of the MTA retirees. 

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Corporate Challenge

Atending this year was: Tracey Fike, Krista Lindke, Liz Allis, Kayla Rosenbeck, Joseph Byrne, Mollie Mark, Jeffrey Dole, Jamie Schechter, Kelsey Evoy, Bridget Gearhart, Kristen Phillips, Pierson Bell, Jesse Mankowski, Michele Crandall, Emily Clark, Morgan Swift, Anna Ferlito, Christian Held, Sara Cinquino,  Todd Bensley, Nicole Bensley, Nicole Gaston, Mitchell Dockery, Morgan Jackson, Jonathan Sherman, Hieu Tran, Maureen Evoy, Doug Boje, Beth Dickhut

Lions Club Eyeglasses Recycling Drive

We collected 72 glasses plus cases and cleaners.  The donated eyeglasses will undergo thorough inspection and refurbishment, ensuring they meet the highest standards before being distributed to those with visual impairments. Your donation directly impacts the lives of individuals who may not have access to proper vision care otherwise. You continue to make a difference in the lives of others. 

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