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Notice of Nondiscrimination & Access to Equal Education

The Hubbard Exempted Village School District will not discriminate nor tolerate harassment in its educational programs or activities for any reasons, including on the basis of religion, race, color, national origin, sex, disability, military status, ancestry, or age and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Additionally, it will not discriminate in its employment policies and practices. If you have questions, have witnessed, or have experienced acts of discrimination based on these criteria and wish to express a grievance please contact the following:

District Compliance Officers, Tracie Liptak, 250 Hall Ave., David Reel, 350 Hall Ave., Hubbard, Ohio 44425, 330-534-1921 Ext. 3002, Ext. 2002
Section 504 Coordinator, Mary Mathews Bebech/Pupil Service Director, 108 Orchard Ave. Hubbard, Ohio 44425, 330-534-1921 Ext. 1001

Trumbull County Bar Association Annual Law Day

Jeralynn Rudiak, fourth grade Hubbard Elementary student, was honored on Wednesday, May 1, by the Trumbull County Bar Association at their annual Law Day Luncheon for her drawing and writing in their contest "Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society." Jeralynn's parents, Joy and Mark Rudiak, and her teacher, Robyn Fette, were also invited to join her for the honor. Jeralynn's work placed first in Trumbull County for all fourth-grade submissions. In her submission, Jeralynn chose Helen Keller as an example of free speech. Jeralynn wrote, "Helen Keller was one and half years old when she lost her sight and hearing. She learned to speak and write and was known as an American author, political activist, and lecturer. She is remembered as an advocate for people with disabilities."