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.
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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.
Ally Kraemer, WCPO |
Hamilton County Commissioner Alicia Reece is hosting a “Relief-a-thon” live stream Tuesday night to help people get the financial assistance they need to get through the pandemic.
The telethon-style live stream is meant to help people who are financially struggling to connect with the resources they need to get through the pandemic.
Top Ladies of Distinction Cincinnati delivered a donation of over 300 books as literacy options to Mt. Healthy North and South Elementary third grade students to read at home. Each of the third graders will receive a book that encourages and inspires them to continue reading and practicing their skills. The donated books are culturally responsive about famous people.
Tonisha Johnson, Spectrum News 1
In Ohio, at least 16,000 children are in the foster care system. Getting through 2020 was a chore all by itself, especially when it came to kids learning virtually while in state custody. Yet, families managed to make it through.
What You Need To KnowTemporarily suspended services like counseling and speech therapy made things harder with remote learning.Families
Laura Mitchell – Opinion contributor, Cincinnati Enquirer |
“Cincinnati Public Schools is fortunate to have 800 partners who continuously come to the aid of our students, staff and families, whether to help a few students, an entire school or our entire district of 36,000. They have been the shining light as we navigate through this pandemic.”
The project started with Mason High School student Sid Varman, who with his project mates Shishir Annamaneni, Snehil Pulluri, Vansh Patel, and Neev Gupta, are part of the Great Oaks Career Campuses Biomedical Science program. They became active in an internship through the organization Leadership Initiatives, which involves American students in public health activities in Bauchi State.
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.
Alissa Widman Nesse, The Columbus Dispatch |
The sites, operated by local churches, nonprofit groups and city recreation centers, offer small groups of students reliable internet, meals and help with classwork and homework in a safe, socially-distant setting. The Columbus City Schools website has a list of all centers, with hours and grades served varying for each location.
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.