Press Clippings: The Lippman School in the News
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March Madness Matching Campaign Results
Donor contributions, in addition to our matching grant of $5,000, raised $14,925 to support our school!
Barnes & Noble In-store & Online Bookfair Fundraiser
Our Barnes & Noble Bookfair on Sunday, April 3 was a great success!You can still help support our school by shopping online at www.barnesandnoble.com/ with this special code #11833969.
New Cultural Immersion Summer Camp for Chinese & American Students
The Lippman School will offer a unique 7-day opportunity for up to 23 Chinese students and 23 American students, to explore academic themes related to American history, culture, arts, and the environment.
Native American Culture Spotlighted During Northern Cheyenne Visit
The Lippman School's ongoing cultural exchange program with the Northern Cheyenne Nation in Montana continued last week with an evening of Native American Arts featuring well known Onondaga tribe member and sculptor, Peter Jones, sculpture workshops with
Danielle Schprechman Memorial
Class of 2002 alumni are dedicating a sculpture in front of the school in memory of former classmate Danielle Schprechman, who passed away on September 14, 2014.
Crowdfunding Project Raises Funds For Northern Cheyenne Program
Our recent crowdfunding effort raise $6,015 for the our Northern Cheyenne Cultural Exchange Program.
WKSU Highlights Food and Cultural Connections With Northern Cheyenne
WKSU radio reporter, Vivian Goodman, outlines the cultural connections between The Lippman School & The Northern Cheyenne in her "Quick Bites" feature story.
Acclaimed Classical Pianist Shares & Shines Onstage
Classical pianist Lara Downes shared her music with students yesterday afternoon, and did a great show last night to benefit our school.
Akron Community Welcomes Northern Cheyenne
Our Northern Cheyenne drum circle and dancing event at Firestone Metro Park drew more than 100 Akron community members last night. It was a great success!
WKSU Interview Spotlights Northern Cheyenne
Akron area NPR affiliate WKSU broadcasts interview with Lippman School and Northern Cheyenne educators.
Ohio History Goes Mobile
The GAR Foundation has awarded our school a $14,000 grant to fund the development of a mobile app that traces the history and significance of The Portage Path.
Northern Cheyenne Celebration
Students and families enjoyed a picnic with guests from the Northern Cheyenne Nation in Montana. The evening featured drumming, singing, and dancing in traditional Northern Cheyenne clothing.
Lippman and Northern Cheyenne Students Share Food & Traditions
Students from the Northern Cheyenne Nation are visiting The Lippman School this week as part of our ongoing cultural exchange program. Today, learning to make traditional foods helped students explore differences and similarities between their two culture
Lippman School Students In Israel
Our 7th and 8th grade classes are visiting Israel this week.
Kindergarten Students Plant Tree on Campus
Tree to celebrate our 50th Anniversary was planted on campus by our Kindergarten students. Grades 1-8 planted 50 trees in Akron City parks on April 15.
Students Plant 50 Trees in Akron Parks
Students, teachers, and volunteers planted 50 trees in Akron city parks to commemorate the school's 50th Anniversary.
2015 Akron Holocaust Arts & Writing Contest Winners
Our students did a great job again this year in the City of Akron's Holocaust Arts & Writing contest. Jerry Nusbaum tied for 2nd place in Division One Visual Art, Korrine Averill won 2nd Place in Divison One Writing, and Seth Chestnut and Gabe Sharrock go
50th Anniversary Celebration
Our 50th Anniversary Celebration was a big success on March 14!
Middle School Tech Timeout Makes Headlines
When Lippman Middle School students took a break from electronic technology, the local media took notice.
Lippman Students Taking a Tech Timeout
50th Anniversary Celebration Saturday, March 14, 2015
Lippman School Celebrating 50th Anniversary on March 14, 2015
Lippman Achievements Highlighted in Local Press
The West Side Leader and The Cleveland Jewish News highlighted our school's recent Slingshot Fund recognition in connection with our Northern Cheyenne cultural exchange project.
Lippman 2nd Graders Learning About Technology @ Kent State University
For the second year in a row, Lippman students are learning how to blog and share stories online at Kent State University.
Middle School Soccer Team Wins 2nd Place in NE Ohio Private School Tournament
Our coed soccer team took second place in a northeast Ohio private school tournament last week.
The Lippman School Recognized for Innovative Northern Cheyenne Exchange Program
The Lippman School has been named one of 21 leading Jewish organizations in the Midwest, as a result of its innovative “Two-Tribes-One Vision” cultural exchange program with the Northern Cheyenne Nation in Montana. The Slingshot Fund allocates grants to i
Head of School Sam Chestnut Featured on Parenting Webcast
Northeast Ohio educators including Lippman's Head of School, Sam Chestnut, were featured on a live, interactive webcast on October 6. Click link in story to watch.
What parents, coaches, and student athletes need to know about brain concussions
Dr. Joseph A. Congeni
Storytelling Across the Nations Project featured on eschoolnews.com
Our digital storytelling project with the Northern Cheyenne, "Storytelling Across the Nations", was featured in a story published on eschoolnews.com today.
Lippman Students Demonstrate Computer Coding Skills @ Conference
Second, third and middle school students from The Lippman School took their coding skills to Massillon, Ohio to present at the SPARCC14 (Stark Portage Area Computer Consortium) conference.
Digital Storytelling Project Featured in Westside Leader
The Lippman School's new digital storytelling project with the Northern Cheyenne is featured in this week's edition of the Westside Leader.
Lippman-Northern Cheyenne Storytelling Project Featured @ Tech Conference
The Lippman School’s new “Storytelling Across the Nations” project was recently spotlighted at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Atlanta.
Technology In the Classroom: Preparing Students for Career Success
Microsoft Principal Lead Programmer Arik Cohen, discussed how using technology effectively in the classroom can teach students the kind of creative and collaborative skills they'll need to get jobs in the future.
Microsoft Guest Speaker interviewed on WAKR Radio
Principal Lead Programmer, Arik Cohen, of Microsoft in Seattle, was featured as a guest on WAKR today. Cohen is the speaker for our "Behind the Scenes @ Microsoft" tonight at the Shaw JCC.
Kindergarten Graduation 2014
No school year would be complete, without Kindergarten Graduation. Congratulations to the Lippman School Kindergarten class of 2014.
Northern Cheyenne Trip Highlighted on WAKR
Lippman's Head of School Sam Chestnut, and Teacher Matt Russ, were guests on the WAKR morning show.
8th Grade Graduation 2014
Lippman School 8th graders graduated today.
Students Visit Northern Cheyenne Nation in Montana
The Lippman School continued its cultural exchange program with the Northern Cheyenne Nation.
Talent Show 2014
Lots of fun and smiles at the annual Lippman School Red Carpet Cafe and Talent Show.
Teacher Honored For Contributions To Jewish Welfare Fund
Ellen Moss, who taught Hebrew at The Lippman School for many years, was honored for her contributions to the Jewish Welfare Fund.
Lippman Students Win Awards in Akron Holocaust Arts & Writing Contest
Lippman Students won awards for their entries in the City of Akron's 26th Annual Holocaust Arts & Writing Contest.
Spring Cleaning For Seniors At Center Towers
Lippman School students helped seniors do some spring cleaning today. It's part of an inter-generational school project, designed to connect youngsters with older people in the community for mutual learning, sharing, and assistance.
Spring Fling Flower Fundraiser
The Lippman School's Annual Spring Flower Fundraiser is in full bloom! Students are selling Graf Grower's gift certificates. A portion of the proceeds of each one sold, goes to benefit the school.
Lippman Blend Coffee Fundraiser Featured In Akron Beacon Journal
Akron Beacon Journal publishes story about our Lippman Blend
New Transitional Kindergarten Program
The Shaw JCC Early Childhood Education Department is offering a new Transitional Kindergarten program starting September 8, 2014, in partnership with The Lippman School. ENROLL NOW FOR SEPTEMBER 2014:Debbie Zelin: 330-835-0074, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coffee Fundraiser Focus of Interview on WAKR Radio
Lippmann Teaching Fellow, John Bennett, and School Board member, Michael Litt, were interviewed about our coffee promotion on WAKR Radio this morning.
Lippmann Students @ NEO Tech Conference
Lippmann students demonstrate knowledge of computer programming at the NEO Tech Conference at Kent State University.
Kids + Coffee=$ 4 Charity
Innovative new Lippman School Fundraiser. Students selling coffee from Nervous Dog Coffee Bar, custom branded Lippman Blend. Profits for school and Akron-Canton Area Foodbank.
Tubing With The Lippman School Ski Club
The ski club went tubing at Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2014
Lippman School Blue Streaks Winning Season
Blue Streaks end season with 5-4 record.
"Neverland" School Play, Feb. 12 and 13
"Neverland", school play, will be presented by Lippman School students Feb. 12 and 13, 2014.
Blue Streaks Victory In Cleveland!
Lippman Blue Streaks basketball team wins game against Fuchs Mizrachi in Cleveland on 2-4-14
Head of School Sam Chestnut on WAKR Radio
Head of School Sam Chestnut was interviewed live on the Ray Horner Morning Show on WAKR 1590AM on Feb. 3, 2014.
Teachers Showcase Tech Innovations at Education Conference
Teachers John Bennett and Matt Russ made presentations on how Lippman students are using technology in cool ways at the OETC (Ohio Education Technology Conference) in Columbus last week.