Dozens of Hough Neighborhood students rewarded for academic excellence

Children from six Hough-area schools were invited to take part in the bike and book giveaway.

From WKYC, May 26, 2018

On Saturday May 26, 2018, 100 students from Cleveland’s Hough neighborhood were rewarded for top marks in academics, citizenship or attendance with the gift of a shiny new red bike.

It was the culmination of the Ride2Achieve Challenge, a year-long Cleveland Police Foundation project designed to encourage students in grades K-8 to safely walk or ride their bikes to school while building community trust between police officers and youth.

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