2015 Summit County Art Expo
Schrop Intermediate, along with twenty-seven other Summit County schools, participated in the 2015 Summit County Art Expo. The art show awards night was held on Monday, May 4th at the Portage Lakes Career Center in Green.
Congratulations to the following art students for having their work selected to be part of the show and special congratulations to those students who won awards.
6th grade Drawing:
*Best of Show & 1st place- Seth Frient
2nd place- Hannah McMenamee
6th grade Painting:
1st place- Bailey Fryberger
3rd place- Caleb Terry
6th grade Mixed Media:
1st place- Josh Camara
Honorable Mention- Ben Henderson
5th grade Drawing:
2nd place- Elliot Brown
3rd place- Rebecca Mowery
5th grade Painting:
2nd Place- Makayla Ritterbeck
Honorable Mention- Kristyn Yarger
4th grade Painting:
*Best of Show & 1st place- Camille Leporis
Camille Leporis & Seth Frient receiving their “Best of Show” trophies
Congratulations to our Schrop idol winner Aaron Furcsik, and to all the students who participated in Schrop idol this year. It was a great success, starting with the Schrop teachers who performed their light dance, the fifth grade chorus and special guest soloist Mr. Freeze, and ending with our sixth grade students who performed for the first time in our new high school auditorium.
Seth Frient as stage manager and Nick Dinkins as sound engineer did an outstanding job making our show run smoothly. Dylan Hannah who portrayed Ryan Seacrest kept the show alive along with judges Jessie Davidson as Keith, Kaylee Mercer as Jennifer, and James Turney as Harry. Soloist included Claire Wilson, Megan Arends, Gabe Moore, Christian Alvarade as Banana Man, Cierra Watkins, Alexis Esterle, Joe Wiles, and our two finalists, Elijah Sharp and Kaytlyn Hicks.
All Schrop idol performers will be heading to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on May 26 for a day of great fun and new experiences at the museum.
Schrop Idol at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Schrop Running Club
Schrop students participated in the annual Bunny Run in April. Students who improved their trail time earned rewards. Students will participate in an end of the year trail run on the Springfield Community Trail at Schrop. The Springfield Community Trail will be focused in the National CDC Creating Healthy Communities Grant program this year as a model program for encouraging physical activity in a community.
2015-2016 School Year
August 21 - Class lists posted on windows
August 24 - Teachers' first day, open house 6-7
August 25 - Students' first day