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May
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2022

Articles About Yellow Springs Schools :: Page 2

  • Schools adjust to closure

    DeWine announced a three-week shutdown Thursday afternoon, March 12, with the closure to begin at the end of the school day Monday, March 16, and students set to return to class Monday, April 6.

  • YS schools— School district, former teacher settle suits

    The Yellow Springs school district and a former district teacher have reached a settlement for the second time in five years.

  • Schools mourn beloved bus driver

    Yellow Springs students, parents, teachers, staff — everyone knew beloved district bus driver Darryl Dewer simply as  “Mr. Darryl.”

  • School vouchers hit home

    While some Ohio families benefit, a growing number of the state’s school districts, including Yellow Springs, have found themselves landing in an undesirable position.

  • School board’s 2020 roles stay same

    The Yellow Springs school board’s first meeting of the new year opened with the swearing in of Sylvia Ellison and TJ Turner.

  • Schools practice mindfulness

    Yellow Springs High School and McKinney Middle School students this year have the opportunity to participate in an after-school meditative practice on Mondays and a yoga group on Wednesdays, both part of a new mindfulness program that also serves as an alternative to detention for some students.

  • Facilities task force sets priorities

    About 10 months since its first meeting in March, the School Facilities Task Force hosted a community meeting Tuesday, Dec. 10, to share its findings and potential recommendations to the school board and to take questions and feedback from community members.

  • Rare all-district production— A musical ‘Scrooge!’ for the holidays

    YSHS is presenting “Scrooge! The Musical” from Thursday, Dec. 12, to Sunday, Dec. 15, at the Foundry Theater, at Antioch College,  920 Corry St.

  • Rare all-district production— A musical ‘Scrooge!’ for the holidays

    YSHS is presenting “Scrooge! The Musical” from Thursday, Dec. 12, to Sunday, Dec. 15, at the Foundry Theater, at Antioch College,  920 Corry St.

  • YS School Board— Sixth graders give back through service

    Mills Lawn sixth graders are learning to think of themselves in a civic context — as community members with the ability to be of service and contribute to the greater good.

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