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Happy 30th Anniversary! Amherst Schools Education Foundation

has supported countless important projects over the years to expand opportunities for Amherst students. Most notably, the Foundation gave $200,000 last year to help the district renovate Steele High School’s media center into the Creative Learning Center that shares its name. According to Superintendent Sayers, the CLC has been used more in the last seven months than the original space had been used in the last ten years! Older classes often use the space to collaborate on group and multi-media projects. Younger classes use the CLC to access concepts beyond their classrooms. Our Kindergarteners recently used the presentation space to video chat with a park ranger from Yosemite National Park. The Foundation has also awarded tens of thousands in scholarships to graduating seniors over the years. If you would like to donate to support the Amherst Schools Education Foundation’s outstanding work, please visit the Community Foundation of Lorain County at www.peoplewhocare.org/funds and type "Amherst" in the Keyword section of the donation tool bar. Select the Amherst Schools Endowment Fund or the Amherst Schools Fine Arts Endowment Fund to then complete your donation.

Lorain County Community College, a Leader in Higher Education

Real Education for Your Future.

Lorain County Community College

– established in 1963 – is the first community college in Ohio with a permanent campus serving the diverse needs of Lorain County and the region. LCCC provides affordable access to higher education – including at its University Partnership Ridge Campus on Lorain Rd. in North Ridgeville. LCCC offers a progressive, diverse educational environment with more than 100 academic programs and majors. LCCC has emerged as an innovator in higher education through the success of its University Partnership – the first of its kind at an Ohio community college – where students are able to pursue more than 50 bachelor’s and 10 master’s degrees from 12 of Ohio’s leading universities on LCCC’s campus. The college is committed to growing talent, offering theater and arts opportunities at the Stocker Arts Center, and is also a recognized leader in growing jobs through their technology incubator, the Great Lakes Innovation and Development Dr. Marcia Ballinger, Enterprise (GLIDE). President

The future is closer than you think and today, you need college. LCCC has the education you need, including the courses that transfer directly to universities, including those in the University Partnership on campus.

Visit www.lorainccc.edu or call (440) 366-4032. www.amherstohio.org

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