Granville High School News
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- Granville H.S. students, present senior citizens with Christmas lunch, concert
concert Granville High School students treat local senior citizens to Christmas lunch, concert. Check out this story on newarkadvocate.com: ...
- Forum will focus on mental health issues in high-achieving students
Ball, a Granville High School graduate heading into his senior year at Harvard, wants other young people to know that mental ...
- Best, Lesa
Flowers Lesa Ann BestNEWARK: Lesa Ann Best, age 60, of Newark, passed away unexpectedly on October 2, 2017 at her home. Lesa was born June 7, 1957 in Lancaster, Ohio. A 1980 graduate of Granville High School, Lesa attended The Ohio State University and served in the United States Army for two years. She was self-employed and the editor of the "Nerk Aggrivate" and was known by many as "Red-haired Girl".Lesa is survived by her mother, Lora Lee (Baughman) DeMent of ...
- When the real world meets the classroom
Post-Star file photo In an educatorâ€™s world, ...
- Retirees in a range of fields use state waiver program to go back to work
KATHLEEN MOORE firstname.lastname@example.org; MICHAEL GOOT email@example.com Oct 7, 2017 Buy Now Floyd Smith works at the Glens Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant on Thursday. Heâ€™s back at work there, where he started his career, after a brief retirement to work for a private contractor who took over the plant. The city terminated the contract after a state investigation into wage abuse and rehired key workers to keep it running. Employers that canâ€™...
- More than half of Granville parents opt kids out of drug testing
Marc Kovac @ohiocapitalblog A little more than half of students involved in sports and other activities at Granville High School have opted out of new drug and alcohol testing. So far, the parents of 206 students have pulled their kids from the random tests and 193 have consented, according to Superintendent Jeff Brown. The numbers cover students in fall sports and ...
- Parents just say no to random drug tests for kids
Thursday Oct 5, 2017 at 2:40 PM About half of students at Granville High School opt out of screening program. Other districts nearby make tests mandatory for participation. Marc Kovac The Columbus Dispatch @ohiocapitalblog A little more than half of students involved in sports and other activities at Granville High School have opted out of new drug and alcohol testing. The parents of 206 students, so far, have pulled their kids from the random tests, while 193 have consented, according to Gr ...
- Parents opting in for school drug testing
2:39 PM Marc Kovac The Columbus Dispatch @ohiocapitalblog A little more than half of students involved in sports and other activities at Granville High School have opted out of new drug and alcohol testing. The parents of 206 students, so far, have pulled their kids from the random tests, while 193 have consented, according to Granville Superintendent Jeff Brown. The numbers cover students in fall sports an ...
- Residents vying for vacant seat speak to council
Craig McDonald , Reporter Published 2:41 p.m. ET Sept. 22, 2017 . (Photo: .) CONNECT COMMENT EMAIL MORE Three residents whoâ€™ve applied for consideration to fill a vacant council seat spoke before Granville Village Council on Sept. 20. In all, four residents have asked to be considered to fill the unexpired term of former Councilman Rob Montgomery, who resigned his seat recently after accepting a ne ...
- 'Shine on Shelby' drive continues - Manchester Newspapers
You are here: Home â€º Featured News â€º Granville Sentinel â€º â€˜Shine on Shelbyâ€™ drive continues September 20, 2017 B y Krystle S. Morey Shelby McEachron Following the unexpected death of a local woman, the community has poured out in support of a fundraising campaign started by her family. Shelby Alexis McEachron, 21, of Middle Granville, passed away in July of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Following her death, her ...
- Granvilleâ€™s Ridenhour part of Emmy-winning Batman team
Craig McDonald , Reporter Published 12:00 p.m. ET Sept. 18, 2017 Sarah Ridenhour pictured with the "Gotham" special effects team's shared trophy. (Photo: Submitted) 298 CONNECT COMMENT EMAIL MORE Granvilleâ€™s ...
- Granville's Ridenhour part of Emmy-winning Batman team
CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMOREGranville's Sarah Ridenhour is part of an Emmy Award-winning team responsible for helping to bring to life the ...
- Kenneth B. Cone
March 7, 1917 â€” September 16, 2017 GRANVILLE â€” Kenneth Brayton Cone, 100, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. Born in Fort Ann on March 7, 1917, Ken was the son of the late George B. Cone and Mamie E. (Brayton) Cone. Ken was a graduate of Granville ...
- 88 to graduate Granville High School Friday - Manchester Newspapers
Hall found that with no high school diploma, combined with poor attendance, it was difficult to find a job. Eventually, he found full-time employment with a manufactur ...
- Second lead clinic at Granville High School scheduled - The Newark Advocate
GRANVILLE - The Licking County Department has scheduled a second lead clinic at Granville High School gymnasium in order to ensure all of the students and staff ...
- Anti-LGBT threats reported at Granville High School - The Newark Advocate
NBC4i.comGRANVILLE - Granville Exempted Village Schools officials are investigating disparaging and threatening remarks left on a Granville High School bathroom wall on prom night, the district's Superintendent Jeff Brown confirmed Thursday morning. A message ...Over 300 students ...
- Granville High School academic rolls - The Newark Advocate
Second quarter grading period of the 2015-2016 school year. Honor Roll. Ninth Grade: Austin Anderson, Caleb Argyle, Paris Arthur, Georgia Bain, Lisa Ball, Jac ...
We report on new legislation in Mississippi that allows students to pray publicly in their schools across the state. Now, schools must develop policies to allow for prayer – but the new law is loaded with controversy.
In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the financial impact of COVID-19 on public schools and what to expect in the future. We’ll talk about the effects of budget cuts and other challenges affecting the public school system for the remainder of this school year and into the next.
As the nation works to recover from COVID-19, parents wonder what the fall of 2020 holds in terms of the upcoming school year. Read on to learn some tips for preparing for potential challenges and to see the answers to some of the biggest questions being asked by parents of school-age children.