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2015 Canton Museum of Art Stark County Student Exhibition

The 2015 Canton Museum of Art Stark County Student Exhibition recently awarded GlenOak students scholarship money and honors for their excellence in the visual arts. 1st place overall winner, with a $1000 scholarship, was awarded to Jordan Hillton for his drawing titled, “Jimbo”. The 3rd place overall winner, with a $400 scholarship, was awarded to Jennifer Dutt for her painting titled, “Never Free”. The exhibition was on display from March 28-April 12. 

Capstone Judges Needed

GlenOak's Capstone project requires students to evaluate their academic growth as a high school student, complete research regarding their future career goals, and prepare an oral presentation as the final summation for this project. We are seeking individuals who will serve as judges for our students' presentations.

 Please click here to signup to be a Capstone Judge.

Vote for GlenOak

Vote for GlenOak for Track and Field team of the week!Voting ends April, 20, 2015 

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OSMA state convention

Congratulations to the GlenOak newspaper and yearbook staff! The newspaper got a first place ranking at the OSMA (Ohio Scholastic Media Association) state convention and the yearbook had a second place ranking.  

Read more to see a list of all the students who won individual awards.  


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SaferOH Tip Line

The Plain Local School District has registered for a new statewide anonymous school safety tip line that helps proactively ensure the safety and well-being of students.

Click here to read more. 

Click here to visit SaferOH website. 

Call or Text 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764) 24/7 with any information on threats to school or student safety. 

Pre K Dino Camp

Is your child between the ages of 4-6, potty trained and preparing for Kindergarten? 

Join us for Dinosaur Camp where we will meet Dina the Dinosaur! Dina and her friend Wally, a five-year-old boy (puppet), come into the classroom to provide social/emotional curriculum.  Incredible Years Classroom Dina is an evidence-based program that helps improve student’s social and emotional skills, anger management and friendship skills while decreasing unwanted classroom behaviors.

Registration is required Please contact Kim Labriola at Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health at 330-454-7917 ext. 160 to register

Click here for more information 


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