Saturday, December 28, 2002

School Notes

New treasurer

MORROW - David Robinson will leave the Milford Schools to become treasurer of the Little Miami Schools in Warren County.

Mr. Robinson, 37, has spent the past five years in Milford and begins work Jan. 2 in Little Miami. He was given a two-year contract and will earn $80,000 annually.

Prior to Milford, Mr. Robinson spent nearly 10 years in the Hamilton County auditor's office. He holds a bachelor's degree in finance from Xavier University.

Milford business manager John C. Borchers will serve as Milford's interim treasurer until the board can hire a new treasurer next month. Second round interviews are scheduled for Saturday

College swimmer

GREEN TWP - Oak Hills High School senior swimmer Nicole Kroeger recently signed a letter of intent to swim for Clemson University next year.

Nicole, 17, set the Greater Miami Conference record in the 500-yard freestyle, and a school record in the 200-yard freestyle. She has twice attended the Olympic Training Center select camp and swims for the Cincinnati Marlins.

AP scholars

The College Board has recognized 80 St. Xavier High School students as Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars.

Twenty students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP exams while 20 others earned an average grade of at least 3.25 on a 4.0 scale to qualify for the AP Scholar with Honor Award. AP Scholar Awards were given to 40 other students who earned grades of 3.0 or higher.

Choir competition

MASON - Choirs from McAuley, Sycamore and Roger Bacon high schools will compete for cash prizes today at 7:30 p.m. at The Beach Water Park's Rock Around the Christmas Tree High School Choral Competition. The choirs beat out other schools to reach final competition.

Conference date

FAIRFIELD - Parent-teacher conferences postponed at two Fairfield schools because of a snow day Dec. 5 have been rescheduled.

Central Elementary School conferences will be Jan. 9, and South Elementary have been moved to Jan. 30. They will be at the same time they were scheduled for Dec. 5.

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Jobless benefits run out
Called-up Guard leave wives, children, lives
Holiday cleanup begins
Tristate A.M. Report
Real estate transfer tax won't go up
Faith Matters: Path helps fight fear of cancer
McNUTT: Post office focus of bicentennial
Former jail to serve new role
Students teach others: Science is fun
School Notes
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Florence to make $1M bond claim
Basketball game may overshadow political nomination
State-funded group criticized for irregularities
Hatfields, McCoys take feud to court
5 students indicted in sex case
Cherokee center asks Indian elders to speak
Indiana to list problem gamblers
Newspaper makes it to doorstep - 5 years late