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Articles About Greene County Career Center

  • Yellow Springs High School scholars honored, rewarded

    Hannah Morrison, left, is the valedictorian and Callie Smith is salutatorian of the YSHS Class of 2017. (Submitted photos)

    Many Yellow Springs High School and Greene County Career Center students were recognized at the school’s annual academic awards ceremony held on May 16.

  • How are our local police officers trained?

    Beginning in April, villagers may see an Antioch College student or a local resident taking a walk around town beside a Yellow Springs police officer. But look closely. The man or woman in blue is the one being escorted.

  • YSHS scholars honored, rewarded

    Many Yellow Springs High School and Greene County Career Center students were recognized at the school’s annual academic awards ceremony held on May 16.

  • Accident claims life of Yellow Springs teen

    Trista Lindstrom, 17, was killed at the intersection of Clifton and Grinnell Roads.

  • Schools forecast solvent budgets

    At their meeting Thursday, May 9, the Yellow Springs school board approved the rosiest five-year forecast that they’ve seen in the past three years.

  • GCCC upgrades are good for the earth and pocketbook

    When local architect Ted Donnell began working with the Greene County Career Center five years ago, he brought with him an environmental ethic that culminated in a $6.1 million energy upgrade over the summer, replete with geothermal heating and cooling and an insulated roof.

  • Shared service project could be model for state

    Schools across the country have been reeling from state funding cuts sparked by the recession, and things are no different in Ohio. And in Yellow Springs, where school income tax receipts are forecasted to drop 30 percent this year, school leaders are grappling with ways to address the shortfall.

  • Levy, budget on board plate

    At their Oct. 8 meeting, school board members discussed the updated five-year financial forecast in the light of current economic difficulties.

    District Treasurer Joy Kitzmiller and Interim Superintendent Tony Armocida are recommending that the district seek a levy renewal in May 2010, at the same level as the current levy, which according to Kitzmiller, has remained constant for 10 years.