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Yellow Springs School Board Section

  • School board updates facilities design

    The facilities improvement project is slated to begin construction in January 2025, with completion expected by August 2026.

  • School board approves substitute levy

    The substitute levy, if passed at the polls Nov. 5, would not constitute new revenue from local voters, but would combine and continue for 10 years annual revenue of $1,975,000 already collected by two emergency levies passed in 2015 and 2017, which are set to expire in 2025.

  • Request to censure school board member fails

    At a special meeting of the YS school board Tuesday, May 21, a request to censure a member of the board that was originally put forth in February was not approved, as one member abstained from voting and the vote count was 2–2.

  • School board discusses operations levy options

    At its most recent meeting Thursday, April 11, the YS Board of Education returned to the topic of an operations levy to be brought before voters.

  • School board discusses Mills Lawn greenspace preservation

    At the regular school board meeting Thursday, March 14, local advocacy group Citizens to Preserve Mills Lawn Greenspace brought forward a potential plan to place a conservation easement on a portion of land on which Mills Lawn Elementary School is located.

  • School board to hire contractor to investigate alleged policy violations

    The YS school board returned to discussion of the censure of a board member at its most recent regular meeting Thursday, March 14. Though a resolution to authorize the proposed censure was on the agenda for the evening, it was not voted on.

  • 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.

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