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The Power in Energy presented to Holly Hill Elementary students

An educational program designed to teach children about energy efficiency, called The Power in Energy, was presented at Holly Hill Elementary in January. Materials created by Scholastic and sponsored by Duke Energy feature characters from The Magic School Bus book series. Handouts contained at-home activities and energy saving tips. The program shows students the wise [ Read More ]

OSU Extension FCS Teen Board hosts 4-H clinics

Brittan Kappel FCS Teen Board Member Do you love food? Do you love Clothes? Do you love both? Come and join us for our April Food & Nutrition and Clothing & Fashion Clinics! These Clinics will be loads of fun for all 4-H’ers. Thursday, April 7, the Family & Consumer Sciences Teen Board will be [ Read More ]

Batavia School Levy Steering Committee meeting to be held

The Steering Committee in support of the 6.9 mill operating levy for the Batavia Local School District will be holding an informational meeting on March 17 at 7 p.m. in the Batavia High School Cafeteria. Volunteers are needed in all aspects of the campaign to ensure success and a positive future for the children of [ Read More ]

Teacher Academy participates in Jumpstart’s Read for the Record

The Teacher Academy students at Grant Career Center participated in Jumpstart’s Read for the Record on Oct. 7, 2010 – the official date of the nation-wide campaign to set a new world record for the largest shared reading experience in a single day. The campaign’s goal is to help spread the word that engaging children [ Read More ]

New Richmond High School band to perform at charity benefit concert

The New Richmond High School concert band, under the direction of Mike McKinley, will be performing in the Finneytown Charity Band Festival at 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 11 at Finneytown High School’s William R. Swartzel Performing Arts Center. Bands from Finneytown and Princeton High Schools also will be performing in the concert that will benefit [ Read More ]

Milford brush pickup program will continue through 2011

The free curbside brush pickup program will continue in the City of Milford throughout 2011. Brush is defined as trimmings from bushes or shrubs, as well as tree branches from trimming and/or pruning trees. The brush pickup is scheduled for every Wednesday during the months of April through October in 2011. The volume of curbside [ Read More ]

Glen Este students glaze bowls for 2011 Soup Bowl Celebration

Students in Kim Ziebold’s art classes at Glen Este High School are glazing ceramic bowls to help Interparish Ministry host another successful Soup Bowl Celebration. The annual soup bowl event raises money to help feed those in need in the Cincinnati area. Students at Glen Este are one of a few different groups helping to [ Read More ]

Kaiser is Student of the Month

Merwin Elementary second grader Kory Kaiser has been selected as the February Student of the Month by SRO Jason Doermann. Kory spent time learning about police work and working with Dougie the police dog. Kory was selected because he is an outstanding school citizen and always puts forth his best effort.

Glen Este participates in anti-bullying campaign

Glen Este is supporting a positive twist against bullying. Throughout the four grade-level assemblies Friday, Feb. 11, students were introduced to a national cyber-viral campaign named “Love is Louder” founded by TV and Film Actress Brittany Snow. The movement supports the idea that Love is Louder than hatred, bullying, violence and fear and that building [ Read More ]

Live Oaks honors Students of the Month for February

Six Live Oaks students were chosen by their instructors as Students of the Month for February. They were nominated based on their academic achievements, career lab accomplishments, and overall performance. They are: Kelly Ewing, a senior from Turpin in the Digital Arts and Design program. Wrote Schlosser: “Kelly is in her second year of the [ Read More ]


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