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  • School board discusses upcoming levy, facilities

    The Yellow Springs School Board also approved the selection of a construction manager for the facilities project and discussed the substitute levy that will appear on March 19 primary ballots in the village.

  • Attempt to censure school board member stalls

    A special meeting of the YS school board — scheduled Thursday, Feb. 15, in order to discuss and vote on the censure of a board member — ended about eight minutes after it started due to a lack of quorum.

  • Residents, educators air concerns over school performing arts space

    On Thursday, Feb. 8, local residents, students and educators implored the members of the school board not to divert funding away from the performing arts space planned for the district’s facilities improvement project.

  • School board to hire Ruetschle Architects facilities improvement design

    The school district’s facilities improvement project — particularly its timeline for both design and construction — was the topic of focus at a special meeting of the school board Wednesday, Jan. 24.

  • Architect firm chosen for school facilities project

    Ruetschle Architects, and in particular firm Vice President Mike Ruetschle, worked with the district in 2022 and 2023 as a consultant to create a master facilities plan to put before voters.

  • 2023 In Review | Education

    At The Antioch School, Antioch College, Village Schools and Children’s Center, 2023 was an educational year.

  • School facilities improvement process begins

    At its Dec. 14 regular meeting, the Yellow Springs Board of Education took its first step toward realizing the district school facilities improvements that were approved by voters last month.

  • Local schools need bus drivers

    Though the Yellow Springs School District hasn’t seen interruptions in providing bus services to students, the local district is not immune to the nationwide shortage.

  • Extracurriculars get kids cooking

    On Monday, Nov. 27, a group of Mills Lawn students donned their aprons and worked together to make bags of trail mix as part of their weekly “Let’s Eat” after-school program.

  • Operations levy renewal expected for March

    At its most recent meeting on Thursday, Nov. 9, the Yellow Springs school board voted unanimously to approve a resolution of necessity that will place a substitute operations levy on the March 19, 2024, ballot.

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