Sunday, August 20, 2000

Tristate schools set to open


Campbell County, other districts open Monday

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Starting Monday, many Tristate schools will open their doors for the 2000-2001 school year. Some schools started classes earlier this month.

        Here is a list of opening dates:

        Monday:

        Campbell County, Ludlow Independent, Sunman Dearborn Community, South Dearborn, Winton Woods.

        Tuesday:

        Bellevue Independent, Blanchester Local, Kenton County, Lebanon City (Berry Middle School and Lebanon High School), Madison, Mason, Newport Independent, Princeton, Southgate Independent, Southwest, Talawanda.

        Wednesday:

        Dayton Independent, Erlanger-Elsmere Independent, Franklin, Forest Hills, Kings Local, Lebanon grades 1-5, Mariemont, Mount Healthy, Oak Hills, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place, Wyoming.

        Thursday:

        Batavia Local, Beechwood Independent, Deer Park, Fort Thomas Indepen dent, Georgetown Exempted Village, Mason kindergarten, North College Hill, Three Rivers.

        Friday:

        Lebanon kindergarten.

        Aug. 28:

        Adams County/Ohio Valley, Bethel-Tate, Covington Independent, Eastern Local, Fayetteville-Perry Local, Felicity-Franklin, Finneytown, Franklin kindergarten first day, Hamilton, Indian Hill, Lakota, Lockland, New Miami, New Richmond, Ripley Union Lewis Huntington Local, Western Brown Local, Williamsburg.

        Aug. 29:

        Carlisle, Clermont Northeastern, Cincinnati, Edgewood, Fairfield, Goshen, Madeira, Milford, Northwest, Norwood, Ross, Wayne, West Clermont.

        Aug. 31:

        Wayne kindergarten.

        Sept. 1:
       
Carlisle kindergarten

        Sept. 5:

        Little Miami, Springboro.

        Sept. 6:

        Loveland

        Sept. 8

Little Miami kindergarten.

       



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