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|2009-03-09||Mandi, a 2005 Steele graduate is a senior majoring in Forensic Biology at Ohio Northern University. Recently she returned to share her experiences with Steele science classes. She recently completed an internship with the Joint POW-MIA Accounting Command in Hawaii.||View|
|2009-03-02||While Natalie waits her turn, Brian reads to a Shupe student as we celebrate Read Across America Day honoring the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Photo Gallery||View|
|2009-03-02||Steele students read to Shupe kindergarteners and first graders Monday March 2 as part of Read Across America day.||View|
|2009-02-27||The Leo Club meets Fridays at 7:30AM in the Media Center.||View|
|2009-02-23||The February 22nd Morning Journal had a full page story about the Steele Theater troups workshop for young thespians.||View|
|2009-02-17||At an Awards Ceremony held at LCCC, Mary and Eric received their Gold Key Awards for the art work they entered in the 2009 Scholastic Art Show.||View|
|2009-02-10||Under the guidance of Mr. Scott Ross Steele students take part in Phase Two of the district strategic planning process. Phase One involved parents and members of the community and took place on January 12th.||View|
|2009-02-05||The Cast of Winter One Acts 09.
THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL WEEKEND.||View|
|2009-01-27||The Amherst Steele Competition Team took 1st place in the Large Varsity Advanced Division at the Akron Children's Cheer Classic this past weekend. Missing from the photo: Karly Madvad and Emily Neuhoff.||View|
|2009-01-26||Top: Steele Silver Key and Honorable Mention Winners.|
Bottom: Steele Gold Key Winners.
Lorain County Regional Scholastic Art Exhibition
The show runs through Sunday, February 15. Exhibition hours are: Monday and Friday 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 5:00-7:00 p.m.; Sunday 1:00-4:00 p.m.
April 26, 2011: Clothesline Project, sponsored by Lorain County Rape Crisis, which provides education and awareness with the commitment to break the silence and reduce the stigma around sexual violence. People affected by violence have an opportunity to express their emotions and viewpoints by decorating t-shirts.