With summer fast approaching, and water temperatures heating up, being safe in the water is important. Join Grand River Academy for the first in a series of free evening discussions featuring GRA faculty presenters and local community organizations, aptly called “Never Stop Learning at GRA.”
Never Stop Learning at GRA presents “Water Safety this Summer” Tuesday, April 25th from 6:30pm-7:30pm Grand River Academy’s Robert S. Morrison Lecture Center 3042 College Street Austinburg, Ohio 44010
Join Dan Riddell, GRA Science Faculty and water rescue volunteer, to learn about water safety, the role our local first responders play in water rescue, and ways you can stay safe this summer. The evening also will include an opportunity to see water rescue equipment and speak with local organizations who are involved in water activities around the Ashtabula community, including the Ashtabula County Water Rescue Team, Ashtabula YMCA, North Coast Outpost Water Equipment Rentals, and the SEA Scouts Program through Boy Scouts of America. Light refreshments provided.
For questions and to save your seat for the evening, please contact Assistant Director of Advancement & Alumni Relations David Thomas at (440) 275-2811 ext. 246 or
About Grand River Academy
Established in 1831, Grand River Academy is a college preparatory boarding and day school located in Austinburg, Ohio, that serves over 100 young men in grades 8-12, with a post-graduate option. The faculty and staff continue to make strides in the school’s mission to educate the total young man – academically, socially and emotionally to prepare them for lifelong success. The school offers small and intimate class sizes, individualized instruction and supportive faculty. Grand River Academy serves a unique and important niche – helping young men unlock and activate their full potential.