Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts tagged as “community”

Forest Hills: Experienceship program provides real-world opportunities for students

For the third consecutive year, the Forest Hills School District is providing its Experienceship program to high school students. As part of the district’s goal to present opportunities for students inside and outside of classrooms, FHSD partners with local businesses for the Experienceship program.

Lakota superintendent lauded for business partnerships: What they’re saying

Michael Clark, Journal-News |

No Lakota Schools leader in recent decades has done more to build cooperative bridges with area businesses than the district’s current Superintendent Matt Miller, area business leaders said.

From his first year in charge in 2017, Miller has put an emphasis previously unseen in the school system to partner with the private sector in expanding opportunities for students in Butler County’s largest district.

Cincinnati church donates $150,000 to help 500 Princeton City Schools’ students receive electronics


The Vineyard Cincinnati Church donated $150,000 to the school district to be used for electronic devices, including Chromebooks and Wi-Fi access for students.

“The most powerful educational tool that we have is the internet,” said Tom Burton, Superintendent at Princeton City Schools.

Springboro JHS Students Sing Christmas Carols to Nursing Home Residents

A group of Springboro Junior High School students and staff joined together to bring some holiday cheer to nursing home residents and Middletown. Counselor Mary McConnell organized the group of students and staff to sing Christmas carols at Arlington Pointe Nursing and Rehabilitation.

Read more at Springboro Schools.

Springboro Receives $350K in CARES Act Funds

Springboro Community City Schools |

Springboro Schools would like to thank the Warren County Board of Commissioners, who voted unanimously to grant Springboro Schools $350,576.27 of the funds Warren County received as part of the CARES Act.

The district will use these funds on expenses that have already occurred, due to COVID-19, as well as additional needs identified by the district to include cleaning supplies and instructional software to further enhance remote learning capabilities.

Skip to content