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Be Informed: PRIME Presentations Open to the Public

What is Prime?

PRIME stands for Partners in Rural Innovative Models of Education.  PRIME is the new name for a K‐16 innovative approach toward education in Geauga County initiative formerly initiated as a High School Consolidation effort led by Geauga Growth Partnership and Kent State University to create a new school on the campus of KSU Geauga for Berkshire (with an open invitation to Cardinal and Newbury school districts).  Using PRIME as the identifying name for this project provides a sense of openness to all Geauga County residents.

Who is Involved?

Currently, there are many partners in this endeavor called PRIME.  The first two critical partners Include Berkshire Local School District and Kent State University Geauga.  Other partners include Geauga Growth Partnership and Auburn Career Center.

Presentations open to the public:
 
Thursday, February 15 - Faculty and Staff at Kent State University at Geauga - 5:30PM
 
Tuesday, February 20 - Berkshire High School (commons) 6:30PM
 
Thursday, February 22 - Ledgemont Elementary School 6:30PM
 
Monday, February 26 - Burton Elementary School 6PM
 
Monday, March 5, 2018 - Claridon Twp Trustee Mtg at Claridon Town Hall 6PM
 
Wednesday, March 14 - Burton Public Library 6:30PM
 
March 20 - Montville Trustee Meeting at Montville Community Center 7PM
 
Monday, April 16 - Burton Elementary School 6PM
 
Wednesday, April 18 - Lake/Geauga Realtors Assoc. 10AM

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Be informed!

POSTED: Monday, February 12, 2018 - 2:34pm
UPDATED: Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 12:09pm