Wednesday, November 15, 2000
In the Schools
Seven Hills invites a look
The Seven Hills Schools will hold Preview Day on its two campuses Saturday.
Parents whose children will enter prekindergarten (starting at 32 months) through grade five next fall can learn about Seven Hills' options in early education at its two PK5 divisions: 10 a.m. at Doherty Campus, 2726 Johnstone Place, E. Walnut Hills, or 1 p.m. Lotspeich, Hillsdale Campus, 5400 Red Bank Road.
Parents and students entering grades six through 12 are invited to the program at 1 p.m. at Seven Hills Middle and Upper Schools on the Hillsdale campus.
DEERFIELD TWP. Kings Mills Elementary School has presented $1,072.88 to the Warren County United Way, with the money earmarked for the Kings Food Pantry.
The effort was led by the third graders. These kids have a lot to be proud of, said Becky Holloway, a member of the Kings Board of Education who volunteers at the pantry.
Rally for achievers
ANDERSON TWP. On Friday,Anderson High School will hold its second annual Academic Pep Rally to celebrate academic excellence. Four hundred Anderson Achievers will be recognized along with 4.0 GPA students, Top 10 Seniors, Perfect Attendance students, the Mock Trial Team and others.
The school's 1,400 students will attend.
CLEARCREEK TWP. A 600-hour program for human resource specialists begins in January at the Warren County Career Center Adult and Community Education Office.
Students are trained for work in entry-level human resource positions in union or nonunion businesses. Tuition is $733 per term (three terms), or $2,200 for the program. Books and supplies are extra. Classes will be held afternoons, evenings and/or Saturdays.
Information, 932-8145 or www.wccareercenter
Boosters go online
ANDERSON TWP. Anderson Boosters have taken their annual fund raiser, Andersensation, to the Internet. After logging on to www.andersonboos
ters.com, users can click on Andersensation.
Auction items for the group's Jan. 20 Bash at the Starlight Ballroom on Kellogg Avenue are posted. The site is updated each Sunday.
To submit a school note, fax: 768-8340 or mail to 312 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202.
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