Thursday, November 09, 2000

In the schools




Kings band will march at nationals

        DEERFIELD TWP. — Kings High School's marching band was honored Nov. 4, at the Band of America regional contest at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis for top visual, music and general effect ratings. The Marching Knights scored a total of 74.85 points. A score of 75 is considered superior.

        Kings will begin competing in the Bands of America Grand National Championships today, also at the RCA Dome.

        Band members will be looking sharp, thanks to help from the Deerfield Township Fire Department. The firefighters have agreed to power wash the huge red and black tarps used in the band's Jekyll and Hyde performance.
       

Tests scheduled

        MORROW — Little Miami High School exams will be given Nov. 28 through Nov. 30. Exams count for 15 percent of the students' final grade.

        Some teachers post assignments and class projects on the Web site http://www.homework-online.com.
       

Kindness pays off

        DEERFIELD TWP. — Fifth- and sixth-graders at Columbia Elementary School in the Kings Local School District are being recognized by Principal Jerry Gasper for random acts of kindness.

        Recognized during the first quarter were: Felicia Abney, Brandy Benz, Ricky Blankenship, Colt Bowman, Ian Christie, Sarah Cornett, Allie Cory, Maddie Cox, Jeff Edgington, Jonathan Garich, Ben Geiger, David Gittinger, Heather Hall, Jacob Hampel, Justin Harris, Ryan Hoffman, Katie Huening, Katie Jaeger and David Johnson.

        Robert Joslin, Ellen Keane, Charlie McLelland, Andrea Miller, Jacob Moniz, Michael Morse, Sarah Mullan, Charlie Mullins, Kayla Munz, Kiyo Nakagawa, Chris Nicolai, Tom Oberding, Justin Ott, Lauren Padgett, Robyn Powell, Carl Rasnick, Salena Todd, R.J. Traylor, Eric Wallace, Kelly Warden, Alisha Welch, Billy White and Matt Wund.
       

Mason senior picked

        MASON — Bryn Nealis, a senior at Mason High School, was selected to participate in a national math and science weekend Saturday and Sunday at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

        Bryn was nominated by his teacher, Chris Ennis, because he excels in chemistry and is a lab assistant. He plays football and is a member of the National Honor Society.

       Send Warren County school news to jmrozowski@enquirer.com, fax: 860-5190; or call 860-7104.
       

       



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