Lake County Captains Game to Support Autism – Sept 6

Published on August 27, 2015 in News

Come out to the Ballgame and support programs for Autism!



see flyer below for more info

Autism Night Flyer


“Dine to Donate” with Old Carolina BBQ – April 30

Published on April 27, 2015 in News

Join us on April 30th at the Old Carolina BBQ in Mentor for some BBQ. A portion of your purchase will be donated to help students and programming at Re-Ed!


“Pennies to Pasta” Dinner – March 20

Published on February 10, 2015 in News

Re-Education AWARD Program’s 3rd annual spaghetti dinner will take place on March 20, 2015.   This years “Pennies to Pasta” will be held at La Malfa Party Center in Mentor from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.   Join us for a delicious meal, Chinese Auction, 50/50 raffle, DJ and dancing and open bar.  Admission is $30/person ($15 kids 12 and under).  Proceeds will benefit students and school programs at Re-Education Services.  See flyer under Community Links for more info.


Thank you Veterans!

Published on December 11, 2014 in News

Room 101 in Perry created a wall mural in observance of Veteran’s Day.  Each student contributed different pieces of the mural to combine into this wall art.  Room 101 says, “Thank you Veterans!”.


Anthony Ianni Visits Re-Ed!

Published on November 12, 2014 in News

Former Michigan State basketball player Anthony Ianni visited Re-Ed on Nov 12 to spread his anti-bullying message into Ohio.  Mr Ianni drove a big bus across Michigan last year, spreading his anti-bullying message to 659 schools in Michigan in one year.  This year he is taking his message out of state.

Mr. Ianni was bullied and harassed over his size growing up and he faced another challenge, being diagnosed with autism at the age of four.

“I’ve overcame those challenges and gone on to great things, just to become the first known basketball player with autism,” Ianni said.

The students were captivated by his presentation and had many questions for him during the Q&A portion.  Our thanks to Mr. Ianni for coming to Re-Ed and sharing his experiences.  PYD!


2014 Run for Autism

Published on September 3, 2014 in News

Re-Ed’s annual Run for Autism is scheduled for Saturday Oct 4.  You can run the 5k or join in a one mile walk.  There is also a kids dash prior to the 5k run.  Please click on the link on our webpage to be directed to more information as well as the registration link.  Hope to see you on Oct 4!


Back to School!

Published on August 28, 2014 in News

We hope everyone had a great summer!!  Classes began at Re-Ed on August 25th.  There is a school calendar on the website in the Community Links box in the top left corner where you can see all of the dates for the upcoming school year.  Note that the new school day hours are 8:00-2:15.  We are looking forward to a great year!


Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser – May 17

Published on March 14, 2014 in News

Come spend a relaxing evening with family and friends at the Re-Education AWARD Program’s 2nd annual spaghetti dinner.  This years “Pennies to Pasta” event will take place May 17, 2014 at La Malfa Party Center in Mentor from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.   Join us for a delicious meal, Chinese Auction, 50/50 raffle, DJ and dancing.  Admission is $15/person.  Proceeds will benefit students and school programs at Re-Education Services.


Michael Preston Visits Re-Ed!

Published on February 3, 2014 in News
Re-Education Services had the privilege to host the Tennessee Titan’s wide receiver, Michael Preston, on Friday. Michael grew up locally, in Euclid, and later went on to play football for the Student Princes of Heidelberg University, where he continues to hold school receiving yards and touchdown records in a single season. Following his college career, Mike went on to play with the Utah Blaze in the arena league prior to joining the Tennessee Titans.
Mike arrived at school on Friday with his mother, Kim. It was awesome to see his mom come to the school with him and he mentioned her on different occasions throughout his PowerPoint to the students. Mike shared “Mike P’s Three P’s” on reaching goals (Passion, Patience and Persistence) and shared how each of those helped him reach his NFL goal along with connecting students to how they can reach their goals. Mike spoke about how his lack of height, 5’11″ in high school, gave him a slow start because he didn’t see the field until his senior season. However, he had PASSION for the game. He spoke about how his PERSISTENCE, despite only having 12 catches his senior year of high school led him to a small division III school in Tiffin, Ohio to play for Heidelberg University. He also spoke about his PATIENCE, throughout the NFL lockout that was occurring while he was trying to get in, throughout his Arena time with the Utah Blaze and his time on the practice roster for the Tennessee Titans. 
Mike engaged throughout his presentation as he asked them to share their dreams, goals and ambitions while encouraging them to continue to strive for their goals no matter what challenges or bumps in the road they may come across.  Mike took time to walk through the halls and talk to students, take pictures, shoot hoops and hand out autographed pictures for all of the students. 
Re-Education’s students and staff are very appreciative of Mike’s enthusiasm and time spent with everyone that he encountered throughout his visit.
Best of luck Mike, as you continue to reach your goals and act as a positive role model for all the lives that you may come across in your journey through the NFL. You have a huge fan base at Re-Education Services. 

Re-Ed October Community Outing

Published on November 15, 2013 in News


Our student’s are enjoying sharing and “Bucket Filling” in the community.  Find out what “Bucket Filling” is as you read on.

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