State Senator Gayle Manning presents Senate Resolution to Rosewood Elementary Principal T.J. Ebert
COLUMBUS - 

State Senator Gayle Manning (R-North Ridgeville) today honored Redwood Elementary School in Avon Lake following its selection as a 2016 Hall of Fame school by the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators (OAESA). 

Avon Lake's Redwood Elementary, one of only six state-wide winning schools, was chosen by OAESA for providing educational programs that go above and beyond in meeting the needs of students.

"I'm proud to recognize the faculty, staff, students and parents on this well-deserved honor," said Manning. "Congratulations to Principal Ebert and the Avon Lake community for their dedication to enhancing the student experience and fostering positive outcomes at Redwood Elementary."

 
 
 
  
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