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Clarification of Motter & Meadows Settlement

The lawsuit filed by Motter & Meadows Architects against the Canton Local School District was a contract dispute over the remaining amount owed for architectural and design services. The District has been in negotiations with Motter & Meadows over the residual balance for several years. The dispute stemmed from a disagreement in how the contract was written. The opinion of Motter and Meadows was that they were owed a fixed sum stated in the contract, and claimed they were still owed $416,335. The District felt it should only pay for work actually performed in the amount of $152,000. The Canton Local School District agreed to settle with Motter & Meadows for the amount of $190,000, avoiding costly legal fees associated with taking the matter to trial. 

The District is very pleased with the beautiful new high school that was designed by Motter & Meadows Architects, and the students, staff, and community will enjoy the facility for many years to come. We are happy to have this issue resolved so that we can move forward with our future capital improvement plans.

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Wellness Challenge 2020 wellness challenge logo

Canton Local Schools provides a FREE Wellness Challenge every year, to strive for wellness throughout the district. This includes prizes for keeping track of your activity level and food choices.  Points due by 5 pm every Tuesday for the prior week. 
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Walker Elementary Named High Progress School of Honor school of promise logo

Walker Elementary School has been recognized and awarded the 2019 School of Honor in the area of High Progress. We are very proud to announce this award, and we would like to thank Principal Ann Bartley, Assistant Principal Jaimie Brown, and the entire staff at Walker for the dedication and hard work to make this happen!

Walker is among only 70 other schools throughout the state named as a High Progress Schools of Honor by the Ohio Department of Education. Among other benchmarks, a School of Promise must receive an A or B on the Progress component of the Ohio School Report Card.

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