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  • What: Assortment of exquisite foods from around the world and student work and photos on display. Includes: a Taco Bar and AYCE Crêpe Bar!

    Where: MHS Cafeteria

    When: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 from 6-8 pm

    Tickets: Pre-sale tickets are $6. Door tickets: $8 for adults, $6 for students/children. Children 4 and under will be admitted free.
    **RAFFLE BASKETS and tickets are available at the dinner. (1=$1 / 6=$5)

    To buy tickets: Contact any Malvern Foreign Language student to get tickets, or contact: Mme....

  • DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COLLEGE FOR FREE OR AT MINIMAL FEES? Financial Aid Night for high school seniors and parents/guardians is set for Monday, December 8, 2014 beginning at 6:00 pm in the high school library. A representative from Kent State - Stark branch will conduct the meeting.

  • 2015 Yearbooks are now available to order. The cost is $40 per yearbook until December 31, 2014. The price will increase on January 1,2015. Please send cash or check made out to Malvern Retrospect to Mrs. Marinucci (marinuccib@brownlocalschools.com or 330-863-1355 ext. 298). Also, yearbooks can be ordered online at www.Jostens.com.

  • Please see the link below for an informational letter in regards to the 7th and 8th Grade Washington DC trip.

    Washington DC Letter 

  • Many of you may not be aware of a new Free service that is now offered to Malvern High School and Middle School students. Quest Prevention Services is now being offered at your school and is the largest provider of prevention programming in Stark and Carroll County. We currently offer programming in 20 schools across 11 school districts including: Alliance, Canton South, Carrollton, East Canton, Fairless, Lake, Minerva, Brown Local, Massillon, and Plain Local. At Quest, we believe that the best way to solve a problem is to prevent it...

  • Requirements or the ability to obtain:
    Commercial driver’s license with School Bus/Passenger and air brake endorsements.
    Excellent driving record with less than 5 points, clean BCI/FBI checks, pass all physical/drug free tests.
    Must possess a high school diploma, have good judgment, commonsense, and excellent decision making skills. Must demonstrate the ability to work with students and adults, be organized, and have effective communication skills. Be available on call for routes or trips.
    Send Resumes to Brown Local...

  • ATTENTION: ALL PARENTS
    Local Education Agencies (LEAs), such as school districts, are eligible to receive Federal Medicaid reimbursement for medically necessary services provided to their special education students when the services meet the requirements of the State's Medicaid Program and are provided in accordance with the students' IEPs.
    The Individuals and Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) require schools to notify parents that students' education...

  • Marlington has opened a new Oil & Gas program to Juniors and Seniors in local area high schools. For more information please read the attached PDF file and contact
    Nick Evanich at (330)823-­1300 ext. 4209 or n_evanich@marlingtonlocal.org.

  • Brown Local will continue to use PAYFORIT.net as an online lunch account payment option. Through this service, you can conveniently put money on your child's lunch account through a secure online credit card transaction. The convenience fee for this service has been lowered this year to 4.3% (compared to 4.75% last year).

    To begin, just go to PAYFORIT.net and create an account (if you do not already have one), and follow the instructions.

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