Stained Glass Reception from Amherst News-Times via FB
The annual stained glass window mosaic reception and silent auction will be held from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 16 at the Firelands High School library.
FHS students have completed mosaics and invite the public to view and bid on select windows.
Nineteen sophomore through senior art students used salvaged windows to build original designs in donated stained glass. This project is supported by donations from Oberlin artist Sheree Ferrato, art parents Thomas Biery, Gerald Workman, Joan Myer and Dale Ohle, and the Home Depot.
Refreshments will be served and the student artists will demonstrate the process. The silent auction of the works will raise funds for the art students and the visual art department.
The school district partnered with the Educational Service Center of Lorain County to find a replacement for Superintendent Bob Hill, who accepted a job at Springfield Schools to be closer to his family.
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It was the game that everyone was anticipating.
Firelands, the 6-0 surprise of the 2015 season going up against Keystone, the 4-1 team that is often the envy of Lorain County.
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SOUTH AMHERST — A new middle and high school building may be in the works for Firelands Schools.
It’s still in its early stages but the basic plan — to construct a new sixth- through 12th-grade building north of the existing high school — was presented at a Board of Education meeting Monday by representatives working with the district’s Building Advisory Committee.
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PENFIELD TWP. — Firelands came into Tuesday sporting an undefeated record. Keystone came in not having not lost a Patriot Athletic Conference game since 2013.
Thanks to Monday’s rain, which caused a suspended game at Firelands High School to resume prior to Tuesday’s regularly scheduled affair at Penfield Community Park, both streaks came to an end.
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Not too long ago, Firelands baseball meant something.
Teams would see the Falcons on their schedule and, while not admitting it out loud, would hope for rain or some way that they could get a bit more preparation in.
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