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Xenia holding report card fair

XENIA — Xenia High School will hold a report card fair 4-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23.Parents/guardians will have an opportunity to meet the administrators, the counselors, and the teachers and will also have time for a short discussion or to schedule a conference at a later date with the teacher. If parents/guardians have not already gained access, they will be able to receive their student’s progress book codes in the main office.The fair will be held in the...

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Greeneview students of the month

JAMESTOWN — Greeneview Middle School has announced its October students of the month.They are: Bryce Seigfried, eighth grade; Colby Slate, seventh grade; Isaiah Marvin, sixth grade and Kelsey Marsden, fifth grade.Seigfried, nominated by Assistant Principal Todd Nolen and Athletic Equipment Coordinator Denny Lowestetter, “always has a great attitude. He jumps in and volunteers any chance he gets. He has volunteered to help with stadium set up and clean up at a...

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Team places at soil competition

XENIA — The team of Greene County Career Center team of McKenzie Brown, Mikal Porter, Nicole Hackman and Emma Horney placed sixth in the recent Ohio FFA Region 9 Soils Career Development Event. Individually, Brown placed fourth and advanced to the state competition while Porter was 44th, Hackman 46th and Horney 84th.Brown, a senior, is from Greeneview High School and is in the Natural Resource Technologies program. She will compete at the Ohio FFA State CDE Saturday, Nov. 11 ...

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Tough week for Xenia schools

It is extremely hard to know what to say when we suffer a tragic loss.Words just do not come easily. It was an extremely difficult week this past week for everyone. We lost a member of our Xenia Community School family. We mourn the loss of a 12-year-old Central Middle School student who took her own life. She was an honor student and participated in the band. She had many friends. She was a wonderful young lady. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the little girl and her family.

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Grace Learning Center lunch program

XENIA — Grace Learning Center announced its Ohio Department of Education - Child Nutrition - Child and Adutl Care Food Program recently. The center located at 100 Grace Drive is required to announce its sponsorship of the USDA funded program.Meals are available to all enrolled participants without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability and will be served at no separate charge. Income requirements for eligibility for free and reduced price meals are eff...

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Cedarville grad investigates athlete brain injuries

CEDARVILLE — Student-athletes who compete in high-contact sports may be at risk for serious head injuries. And, according to a recent study conducted by Hillary Oaks, a recent graduate of Cedarville University’s Master of Science in Nursing program, the seriousness of Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries (MTBI) is being underreported.In Oaks’ study of 43 male high school football athletes, she looked at the effectiveness of the Ohio High School Athletic Association Pre-P...

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Vectren launches annual energy safety education program

XENIA — Vectren Energy Delivery (Vectren) and the National Energy Foundation (NEF) are bringing Energy Safe Kids, an interactive, hands-on safety education program, to Greene County schools next week.Based on fourth-grade curriculum, the program educates children about natural gas safety through classroom presentations and take-home energy safety booklets.Energy Safe Kids will be at McKinley Elementary School 1:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 6. Presentations will also be at ...

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Greeneview Middle School announces students of the month

JAMESTOWN — Greeneview Middle School announced its September students of the month.The are: Lillian Linkhart, eighth grade; Josie Johnson, seventh grade; Adara Brooks, sixth grade and Aliyah Graham, fifth grade.Linkhart, nominated by her English teacher Carolyn Jones, volunteers in class, is a talented writer, and takes her work very seriously.Johnson, nominated by her social studies teacher Cindy McKinney, works hard and responsibly. She is a great list...

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Cedarville HS celebrating homecoming

CEDARVILLE — Cedarville High School has been celebrating homecoming this week.Festivities began with the powder puff football game on Saturday. On Tuesday, senior boys took on junior boys in a powder puff volleyball game. Wednesday night the school presented Cedarville’s Got Talent.Tonight at 7 p.m. is the Aces for Ice Cream volleyball game against Greeneview. Students who wear a homecoming shirt will get free ice cream if a Cedarville volleyball players serv...

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Kudos to board member for Hall induction

I want to congratulate our Board of Education member Nodie Washington. She was was honored for being one of five inductees for 2014 into the Greene County Women’s Hall of Fame. Great job.Bond Rating Results: We have received the results of our bond refinancing presentation and our designation remained the same. We were hoping for an upgrade from an A+ to a AA-. The ratings analists from Standard and Poor’s told us that we made an excellent presentation ...

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Urban concept car on display at cational conference

CEDARVILLE — A team of six Cedarville University engineering students will showcase its work at the Meeting of the Minds Conference in Detroit, Michigan, Sept. 30 to Oct. 2.Cedarville’s team will display its Urban Concept car that it raced in July at the Shell Eco-Marathon in Houston, Texas. Shell invited Larry Zavodney, Ph.D., senior professor of mechanical engineering, and the team to display the car and showcase the students’ design in two workshop tours on the...

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XHS students volunteer time at festival

The Xenia Community Festival took place this past weekend. We distributed pamphlets about our Virtual Academy, volunteering in our schools, our pre-school program, a parent notification sheet, our most recent newsletter and sheet of “good news” about our school district. Thanks to all of the board members and administrators who took their turn manning the school booth Friday and Saturday. Community members walking past the booth had many wonderful things to say about our school di...

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