COPLEY — The Copley-Fairlawn City Schools District Board of Education has scheduled a community forum during its Sept. 19 board meeting. The forum will begin at approximately 7:30 p.m. in the Copley High School Auditorium. The purpose of the forum is to allow the community an opportunity to comment on the search for a new superintendent.
COPLEY — Project Learn’s new adult literacy classes are ongoing at Copley High School, 3807 Ridgewood Road. English Speaker of Other Languages (ESOL) classes are offered Tuesday and Thursday mornings and evenings and help students develop spoken and written English skills through vocabulary development, comprehension and fluency. Before attending class, all students must complete orientation and placement testing. To make an appointment, call Project Learn at (330) 434-9461.
WEST AKRON — The Summit 2010: A Quality of Life Project Buchtel Neighborhood Group will meet Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. at the Lawton Community Center, 1225 Lawton St. The Summit 2010: A Quality of Life Project consists of four interrelated sets of planning activities, including a work force development plan outlining an integrated approach for those seeking work and for employers; a plan for delinquency prevention and juvenile justice based on Ohio’s Partnerships for Success progam; goals for measurable improvements in the quality of life in Summit County; and grassroots community planning where citizens can participate in adopting goals. The Buchtel neighborhood group is developing a partnership with local schools and community centers to support educational initiatives that benefit the youth and families of the Buchtel cluster.
CANTON — Bruner-Cox will host its fifth annual College Night Sept. 28 at 5:30 p.m. at 4505 Stephen Circle N.W., Suite 200. Accounting majors are invited for a first-hand look at the public accounting profession. Students will learn about opportunities available in public accounting, interview techniques and résumé tips. The evening also will include office tours and an opportunity to network with partners, managers and professional staff, including recent graduates. Students are welcome to bring a résumé . Dress is business casual. For more information or to register, contact Lyndsie Ihrig at (330) 497-2000, ext. 192 or via e-mail at lyndsie.ihrig@bruner cox.com. Bruner-Cox specializes in serving manufacturing, wholesale-distribution, construction, health care and not-for-profit industries. To learn more, visit www.bruner cox.com.