Ohio Education Superintendent Visits Crestview Schools

  • 9/11/2018 3:45:27 PM
  • Jenna Ramolt
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - The Ohio Department of Education's Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria visited Crestview Middle and High Schools Tuesday morning.

DeMaria has been supporting Ohio's public school systems as Superintendent since June of 2016. He was accompanied on his visit today by State Senate President Larry Obhod. Both DeMara and Obhod met with several teachers and students and saw examples of the hard work, knowledge, and innovation in Crestview's classrooms. Not only did they see students improving their writing and mathematics skills, they also watched one classroom construct an actual ballpoint pen.

After the visit DeMaria Tweeted: "Making a positive difference inside and outside the classroom! Great to connect with so many Crestview Local high school educators and students today and experience their energized learning community. Many thanks to all!"

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