Danville, OHMount Vernon News

Moore steps down; Danville alum Miller takes over as AD

DANVILLE – Danville will have a new face overseeing the athletic department for the first time in eight years, but it will be a familiar face. Robert “BJ” Miller was approved by the Danville Board of Education as the new athletic director and dean of students, taking over the athletic program from Matt Moore.
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Mount Vernon, OHMount Vernon News

MVNU’s Severns picked by Knox GOP

MOUNT VERNON – Mount Vernon Nazarene University Registrar Mel Severns was the Knox County GOP’s choice to join the race for one of three Mount Vernon City Council at-large seats. Knox County Republic Party Chairman Thom Collier told the Mount Vernon News that Severns’ name was submitted to the county...
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Howard, OHMount Vernon News

AD Brickner move from MG among many changes at East Knox

HOWARD – The construction of a new 7–12 building is hardly the only change at East Knox. The school will have a new athletic director, girls basketball coach and bowling coach when the bell rings for the first day of school this fall. Athletic director Scott Brickner leaves Knox Morrow...
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Holmes County, OHDaily Record

West Holmes commends outgoing superintendent for leadership during emotional year

West Holmes Local Schools Board of Education bid farewell to interim Superintendent John Thomas as he oversaw his final meeting Monday night. "John came to us during a year of great turmoil and emotions as we mourned the passing of Aaron Kaufman," said board President Andy Jones. "If that hadn't been enough, we were also in the midst of a pandemic that seemed to change every other day what we had to do.
Tuscarawas, OHTimes Reporter

KSU Tuscarawas teachers recognized

Kent State University Tuscarawas nursing lecturer Samantha Bonaduce and adjunct English instructor Patrick Faller were recently recognized with 2020-21 Distinguished Teaching Awards. The awards were announced by the Tuscarawas County University Foundation. Bonaduce received the full-time teaching award and Faller received the part-time teaching award. The purpose of these awards...
Cambridge, OHDaily Jeffersonian

Record number of Cambridge students attending hands-on Summer CATS Camp

More than 330 Cambridge City Schools students are participating in an interactive, hand-on learning experience through the Summer CATS Camp underway in the district. The attendance makes CATS Camp one of the largest programs in Southeastern Ohio. Approximately 60 Cambridge educators and other staff members have joined forces to bring...
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Guernsey County, OHDaily Jeffersonian

Fifteen local students receive Myron Fishel scholarships

Fifteen students from Guernsey County have been awarded the Myron Fishel Scholarship. Justin Bartlett, a 2021graduate of Cambridge High School who plans to attend Otterbein University;. Elena Bell, a 2021 graduate of Meadowbrook High School who plans to attend Walsh University;. Laney Carpenter, a 2021 graduate of Cambridge High School...
Strasburg, OHTimes Reporter

Strasburg Board of Education

KEY ACTION Accepted the resignation of Kevin Harvey as board president, effective June 1. Harvey said his work schedule has increased as the reason for stepping down as president. He will remain on the board of education. DISCUSSION: Board member Stacy Bitikofer was moved to board president, effective June 1....
Muskingum County, OHWHIZ

Former Area Principal Pleads Guilty

The Muskingum County Prosecutor’s Office says a former Maysville High School principal pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges in connection with an investigation involving a woman. 49-year-old Hank Jackoby entered the pleas Wednesday before Common Please Judge Kelly Cottrill, to one count of Tampering with Evidence, one count of Unlawful Restraint, and to a Prosecutor’s Bill of Information of Unlawful Restraint.
Guernsey County, OHYour Radio Place

GCBDD Presents Funding Check to Cambridge City Schools and Mid-East

CAMBRIDGE, Ohio – The Guernsey County Board of Developmental Disabilities awarded the Cambridge City School District with a service and mini grant totaling $156,793.69. The GCBDD also awarded Mid-East with a mini grant for $5,471.03. This funding is part of the grant program the GCBDD has established to meet the educational needs of children with developmental disabilities in community schools. Since 2014, the GCBDD has distributed more than 3 million dollars to local school boards through grants.
Zanesville, OHWHIZ

Zane State College to offer new Digital Content Media Technologies Program this Fall

ZANESVILLE, Ohio- Zane State College is offering a new program this fall for students interested in audio and video content creation. The Digital Content Media Technologies program offers the perfect blend of technical, creative, and business training if you want to start a career immediately or transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree in interactive media design. In addition, a commercial drone operator training is included.
Muskingum County, OHWHIZ

West Muskingum High School Debuts New Mural In Gymnasium

The West Muskingum High School has a brand new mural on its gymnasium wall. The artist, who goes by the name of the Barn Artist, was referred for the job by another member in the community. He not only painted the mural, but came up with the design as well. The school’s Athletic Director Pete Woods talked to us about how the decision to get the mural was made and how it was financed.
Marietta, OHMarietta Times

High Schools that Rock students perform in Muskingum Park

Young musicians had an opportunity to showcase their talents at Music In The Park at Muskingum Park on Thursday. Enthusiastic parents, families and other local residents came together on the sunny evening to listen to second-12th grade students play guitars, ukuleles and sing through the local music program, High Schools That Rock.
Zanesville, OHycitynews.com

Zanesville City Schools utilizing federal and state grants to make buildings energy independent for upcoming school year

When students at Zanesville City Schools return to classrooms this fall their buildings will be entirely powered, heated and cooled by onsite electric generation. Fully funded by state and federal grants, each building will have been upgraded to energy-efficient LED lighting, solar panels will have been installed and revolutionary natural gas generators connected.
New Philadelphia, OHwtuz.com

David Brand Selected as North Olmsted Superintendent

After serving at New Philadelphia City School, since 2015, the superintendent is moving to another district under the same position. The North Olmsted City School Board of Education approved the contract, at their Wednesday meeting, with David Brand in attendance. Board President Terry Groden said that, over the course of...