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  • Rwandan visitors heading home

    Espérance, left, a student from the Byimana School of Sciences in Rwanda, said goodbye to her host family, Savita, Saba and Vijay Bathija this week. Two students and a teacher spent three weeks in Yellow Springs, living with host families, attending school and trying activities such as skiing. They make the journey home today. (Submitted Photo)

    Yellow Springs has been host to several Rwandan students and school officials over the past few weeks.

  • Dec. 16, 2010 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Alex Beer charges to the basket during the Lady Bulldog’s first win of the season, a 34–26 victory over Middletown Christian last Friday. Beer scored 10 points in the game.

    December 16, 2010 Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • School Forest builds festive character

    Michael Finster helps Dr. David Hyde and Mary Hyde haul their freshly cut tree (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    The School Forest Festival is still offering hand-cut Christmas trees today from 9 am to 2 pm.

  • Santa and bonfire at tree festival

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    Yet again, the annual Yellow Springs High School School Forest Festival is upon us, and School Foresters will be camping out in the cold for a weekend and selling their trees.

  • 142 students make the grade

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    Each quarter the secondary schools in the Yellow Springs district commend students in grades seven through 12 who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or above. The following is the list of students at McKinney Middle School, Yellow Springs High School and the Greene County Career Center who have attained that goal for […]

  • Students, teachers jam to their own success

    School librarian Marianne Christopher and McKinney social studies teacher Shawn Jackson boogied at the fringe on Friday. (photos by Lauren Heaton)

    During Friday’s all-school assembly, Principal Tim Krier asked all the teachers to stand and be recognized for their hard work over the past two years of continuous improvement for the district.

  • YS schools make good grades, still need work

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    Preliminary results of the Ohio Achievement Tests that students took last spring indicated that Yellow Springs students are likely to score at least as well as or better than last year, according to new district Superintendent.

  • Energy upgrades spark learning

    Waibel's project manager Rodney Rhoades inspects a highly-efficient new mechanical cooling unit to be installed on the roof of the McKinney school. New HVAC systems are just one component of an energy-efficiency overhaul at the schools. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Not only will the Yellow Springs high, middle and elementary schools benefit from an energy-efficient makeover this coming school year, their students will learn how to analyze and reduce the school’s energy use from the classroom.

  • Scholarship honors Gudgel

    John Gudgel, who will retire this year as YSHS pricpal, has had a scholarship named in his honor.

    Yellow Springs High School alumnus and retiring principal John Gudgel was known for his support for students. That’s why the school board and his fellow classmates — meeting here for a 35th class reunion this weekend — are teaming up to honor Gudgel with a scholarship fund in his name that will continue to assist students in the high school.

  • Cosey takes fifth at state

    Chris Johnson was one of four members of the YSHS track team competed in the state championships at The Ohio State University on Saturday, June 5. He is shown here doing a leg kick in preparation for the 4x200 relay.

    Four members of the Yellow Springs High School track team competed in the Division III state championships at The Ohio State University on Saturday, June 5. Mario Cosey, who ran in the 100-meter dash, was also joined by Josh Meadows, Logan Norris-Sayres and Chris Johnson in the 4×200-meter relay.

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