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Articles About Mills Lawn Elementary
On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Mills Lawn Elementary School held the first iteration of what is sure to be a beloved annual tradition: Grandfriends Day.
Senior Sophie Clouse-Taylor and the Yellow Springs High School cheer team hosted 37 Mills Lawn Elementary students for a three-day mini cheer camp. Clouse-Taylor organized the event for her senior capstone project.
This year in education and athletics around Yellow Springs: The Facilities Committee was formed, young thespians staged a number of blockbuster performances, 30 students graduated from Antioch College, The Antioch School celebrated its centennial and more.
After a three-year hiatus, the long-loved Mills Lawn School Halloween parade and town-wide trick-or-treating returned Monday, Oct. 31.
The district’s highest average proficiencies across all tested subjects were social studies, English language arts and science. The lowest-scoring subject in achievement was math, which averaged 54% across grades three through eight and high school algebra and geometry.
On Monday, Jan. 31, students in Heidi Hoover and Debra Mabra’s second grade classes at Mills Lawn Elementary School got a special virtual visit from author Gaia Cornwall.
The Yellow Springs public school district began 2021 with students set to continue learning remotely, through online instruction, in response to the ongoing pandemic.
At a 61%-39% spread, Yellow Springs district voters last week rejected a combined 6.5-mill, 37-year property tax and a 0.5% income tax increase with no end date to build a $35.6 million K–12 school at the location of the current middle/high school on East Enon Road.
On Thursday, Nov. 11, Veteran’s Day, Mill Lawn Elementary School students created a temporary Veterans and Peace Park on the Mills Lawn tennis courts, which is now open for visitors after school hours and on the weekend through Friday, Nov. 19.
The Yellow Springs Development Corporation has deferred its plans “to help shape the future” of the Mills Lawn Elementary School property until after the November election, when voters decide the fate of a proposed levy to build a K–12 facility at the current location of the middle/high school campus.