Friday, May 30, 2003

School Notes



Norwood principal

NORWOOD - Terri Holden will leave the Sycamore Schools to become principal at Norwood High School Aug. 1.

Holden was given a two-year contract and will earn $84,000 annually. She is ending her second year as assistant principal at Sycamore High School. Holden also has been an administrator in the Mason and West Clermont districts and a teacher in Cincinnati Public and the West Clermont schools.

Athletic director

READING - Rick Elliott will take over as athletic director at Reading Junior/Senior High School on Aug. 1 Elliott replaces Pete Muehlenkamp, who is returning to the classroom as a social studies teacher. Elliott has been a teacher and coach in the district for nine years after serving two years as an assistant principal.

Art on display

MILFORD - Artwork of Milford Schools' students will be on display today at the Milford Public Library on Ohio 131. Projects completed by students at Smith, Seipelt, Milford South and Miami elementary schools will be on display.

Yellow Pages spot

DELHI TOWNSHIP-Fourth-graders at Delshire Elementary School will be pictured in an ad in the June edition of the Cincinnati Yellow Pages. The students participated in an education program through Cincinnati Bell. They were awarded $250 to use on school projects.

$3,700 raised

GLENDALE - Fund-raisers at St. Gabriel Consolidated School have netted more than $3,700 in books and cash. During the annual walk-a-thon, students walked for 45-minutes, raising $1,580. The money will go to the religious studies department.

The annual "Adopt a Book for your Birthday" project resulted in 500 new books worth $1,700 being donated to the school's library this year.

Athletic scholars

DEERFIELD TWP. - Eleven Kings High School seniors were recently recognized as senior scholars.

To qualify, each athlete earned a cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale during his or her high school academic career. They also had to earn at least three varsity letters.

Recognized were: Ashley Testerman, Laura Dam, Bryan Gayhart, Mary Fialko, Katie Godby, Lauren Fox, Brad Maurer, Justin Green, Katie Herre, Jeremy Mounce and Keely Bryant.

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