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Nov
26
2022

Articles by Carol Simmons :: Page 3

  • School facilities committee moves forward

    Recently elected board members Judith Hempfling and Dorothée Bouquet, who were on different sides of the previous facilities plan that was defeated by voters this past fall, presented a joint proposal for moving forward on the issue last month.

  • Planning Commission approves new village farm

    A proposal for a small farm and adjacent farm goods store within the village was given the green light, with several caveats, by the Yellow Springs Planning Commission.

  • Antioch School turns 100

    Those emotions ring true for the Antioch School community as well, as the school looks back on the 100 years since its founding in the fall of 1921 and looks to the future in a world where its supporters believe the school’s version of child-centered education is needed more than ever.

  • Pharmacy policy raises questions

    Recent changes at the downtown pharmacy are raising questions about the business on the northeast corner of Xenia Avenue and Glen Street.

  • Ohio Legislature eyes divisive education bills

    Two bills that target the teaching of “divisive” issues in Ohio’s schools continue to be discussed in committee after being introduced last year.

  • March 10, 2022 | Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    The first Yellow Springs High School bowler to advance to the state tournament finals finished in the top quarter of the field in the Division II competition Friday, March 4, in Columbus.

  • March 3, 2022 | Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    Senior Max Sturgeon bowled a 686 in three games (256, 249, 181), giving him a sixth place among the 162 participating players and qualifying him for the state tournament Friday, March 4.

  • School board hears Greenspace plan

    A local group seeking to preserve about five undeveloped acres on the western side of the Mills Lawn Elementary School property presented a land conservation proposal earlier this month to the Yellow Springs school board.

  • Masks optional at Yellow Springs public schools

    In a letter dated March 6 and sent to district families and staff on Monday, March 7, Superintendent Terri Holden announced that mask wearing in the schools would become optional effective Wednesday, March 9.

  • School board approves facilities committee

    The board’s new plan involves forming a committee that will explore the costs and ramifications of a phased, permanent-improvement plan to repair and upgrade the district’s buildings, compared with the costs and considerations associated with new or partial construction.

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