AHS exams scheduledon May 31, June 1, 4-6The final exam schedule for Aurora High School students has been announced.Exams will be given to seniors on May 31 and June 1, while underclassmen will take exams June 4 to 6.A modified open campus schedule will be followed.On June 4, students who have study halls either seventh or eighth period do not have to report to that study hall. On June 5 and 6, students do not have to report to their study halls or stay in school for lunch.All students who remain in the building must report to their assigned study halls. They will not be permitted to enter an exam room tardy and they must remain at the exam site until the entire period ends.Any tardy students to exams must make up the exams June 4 beginning at 1 p.m. Exams will be given in every class and they count 20 percent toward the semester grade average.Miller students get toexplore many vehicles According to officials at Miller School, the second annual vehicle day May 11 was a huge success.Students viewed all vehicles displayed by moving from one station to another with their teachers. Vehicles included police cars, buses, rescue squads vans and a Hummer.Among parties displaying vehicles were the police and fire departments, UPS, Lowe's Home Improvement, Best Buy in Macedonia, Cable 9, Aussie Pet Mobile, Serpentini Chevrolet, American Medical Response, Montrose Toyota and the schools transportation de-partment.Students learned when yellow officially was adopted as the color of school buses, how television programs are taped, what's inside an ambulance and the tools that firemen use.Classrooms purchasedThe Streetsboro School Board has approved buying two mobile classroom units for $40,000, including transportation, to be placed outside the high school."It may look bad [behind the school], but we need them," Board member Kevin Grimm said.On May 9, the city's planning commission approved a site plan amendment 4-1 to allow the classrooms to be located near the high school.Craddock backs Relaywith walk, fundraiserCraddock School will conduct a mini-Relay For Life June 1 during regular school hours. It is in conjunction with the city's Relay For Life effort June 2 and 3.Students will be taken to the high school and will walk around the Veterans Stadium track to celebrate survivors, honor those who are deceased and raise money for the American Cancer society.Children will learn about Relay For Life in their physical education classes. Students can ask relatives, neighbors and friends to sponsor them in the Relay.Craddock recently conducted a bike and summer fun raffle, with proceeds benefiting Relay. Prizes were two bicycles for a boy and girl, plus summer/outdoor games.Sponsors for the raffle were the Streetsboro Wal-Mart and Streetsboro and Bainbridge Target stores.Monroe calls his trip'amazing experrience'Auroran Drew Monroe, a junior at Western Reserve Academy in Hudson, called a recent trip to Jackson, Miss., "an amazing opportunity."In March, 12 WRA students accompanied Academic Dean John Haile and Latin teacher Jeffrey Cronheim on a service-oriented trip to Jackson.The group spent a week working with People's Housing Development, an arm of Voice of Calvary Ministries which seeks to renovate substandard housing."This was absolutely an amazing opportunity for me, and I have created so many ideas and researched so much just based on my experience," Monroe said.He added he experienced firsthand the difficult dilemmas of inner-city poverty, and the challenge of making a lasting difference.Each day after lunch with other volunteers, the group heard a short presentation by a Voice of Calvary Ministries representative.Physicals will be givenSports physicals for next year's Aurora school athletes are being given today (May 23) and May 24 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Aurora Primary Care.Merit Scholarship givento Western Reserve girlAuroran Amanda K. Daniels, a student at Western Reserve Academy in Hudson, has been awarded a Denison University scholarship through the National Merit Scholarship program. She hopes to study public service in college. Denison University is a privately endowed liberal arts and sciences college in Granville with an enrollment of just over 2,000.More than 2,200 winners of Merit Scholarship awards financed by colleges and universities were announced this week by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. Officials of each sponsor college selected their scholarship winners from among finalists in the 2007 National Merit Scholarshpi program who plan to attend their institution.The scholarships provide between $500 and $2,000 annually for up to four years of undergraduate study at the institution financing the scholarship. This year, more than 194 institutions are underwriting Merit Scholarship awards.Activities are plannedat Aurora High SchoolThe 2007 Aurora High School Highlights are practicing for the Memorial Day parade today (Wednesday) from 3:15 to 5 p.m.The most recent winner of the weekly PRIDE card drawing is Liesel Schmader. Girls interested in playing tennis for the Greenmen next fall will meet today (Wednesday) at 3 p.m. in the high school media center.Auditions for the 2007-08 Emerald Ensemble and GemTones show choirs will take place today (May 23) at AHS. Students should arrive by 5:30 p.m. Auditions begin at 6 and will last about two hours.