Third Grade Teacher Jennifer Suermann says the students signed up for the leadership job as part of the Leader in Me program.
She says the school has several leadership teams including students who run messages to classrooms, students who call the buses and students who collect the recyclables and are called Environmental Leaders.
In the picture are third graders Cora and Liam who on a weekly basis take the recyclables from the school to the blue container in the parking lot from Litter Landing.
(ONN) – Democrats in the Ohio House have unveiled several legislative gun control priorities, though the measures face an uphill battle in a Republican-dominated legislature where lawmakers have pushed to ease many weapons restrictions.
The proposals include universal background checks for gun purchases and a so-called “red flag” law allowing the temporary removal of guns from individuals deemed a risk to themselves or others.
House minority leader Emilia Strong Sykes of Akron says the proposals would reduce gun violence and save lives.
She said shootings have only increased in Ohio since the August 2019 mass shooting in Dayton that killed nine.
Check out what the snow did to this Bradford Pear tree in Medina this morning! Pretty crazy what heavy, wet snow can do to leafed out trees this late in the season. Did this happen to anybody else's tree? pic.twitter.com/AP3klWyqB9
The advisory will be in effect from 7 p.m. Tuesday until 7 a.m. Wednesday.
Forecasters say a late season snow storm could drop between 3 to 7 inches of snow.
People should plan on slick road conditions and should slow down and use caution if traveling.
There will also be a Freeze Warning in effect on Wednesday from 1 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Due to the early Spring leaf foliage on some trees, the heavy wet snow may bring down a few tree branches due to the weight of the snowfall. Any fallen tree limbs onto power lines could cause isolated power outages late tonight.#OHwx#PAwx#AprilSnow#SpringSnowpic.twitter.com/cyD2WaQb8G