Lunch Menus For Miami Valley Schools

Published: Thursday, September 11, 2003 @ 9:38 AM
Updated: Friday, January 26, 2007 @ 1:10 PM

Auglaize County Minster Local Schools St. Marys City Schools Lunch Menu Wapakoneta City Schools Lunch Menu -- Click on Calendars for Lunch Menu

Butler County Lakota Local Schools Middletown City Schools Lunch Menu

Champaign County Graham Local Schools Lunch Menu Triad Local Schools Lunch Menu

Clark County Northeastern Local Schools Lunch Menu Springfield City Schools Lunch Menu Mad River-Green Local Schools Lunch Menu Northwestern Local Schools Lunch Menu Southeastern Local Schools Lunch Menu Tecumseh Local Schools Lunch Menu

Clinton County East-Clinton Local Schools Lunch Menu

Darke County Arcanum-Butler Local Schools Greenville City Schools Lunch Menu Versailles/North Star Elementary School Lunch Menu Versailles Middle and Elementary School Lunch Menu Versailles High School Lunch Menu

Greene County Fairborn City School Lunch Menu -- March 2005 Beavercreek City Schools Lunch Menu Sugarcreek Local Schools Xenia City Schools Lunch Menu

Miami County Troy City Schools Lunch Menu Piqua City Schools Covington Middle School Lunch Menu Milton-Union Exempted Village Schools Lunch Menu Tipp City Exempted Village Schools

Mercer County Marion Local Schools Lunch Menu Parkway Local Schools Lunch Menu St. Henry Local Schools Lunch Menu

Montgomery County Centerville City Schools Lunch Menu Northridge Local Schools Lunch Menu West Carrollton City Schools Lunch Menu Trotwood-Madison Schools Lunch Menu Miamisburg City Schools Lunch Menu New Lebanon Schools Lunch Menu Valley View Elementary and Middle Schools Lunch Menu -- Click on Valley View Schools Brookville Public Schools Lunch Menu

Shelby County Anna Local Schools Lunch Menu Fort Recovery Local Schools Lunch Menu Sidney City Schools Lunch Menu

Dayton Schools Prepare For Year-Round Calendar

Published: Tuesday, July 19, 2005 @ 4:13 PM
Updated: Thursday, July 21, 2005 @ 2:12 PM

For the first time in many years, all Dayton Public School students will attend class year round. School begins Aug. 8 and district officials are worried that parents and students will be confused.

If Dayton residents are in need of registering their children, the following locations will be available for registration:

Loos Elementary School - July 26 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The school is located at 45 Wampler Ave. Meadowdale Elementary School - July 28 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The school is located at 4448 Thompson

Parents and guardians should bring the following to the registration events:

Proof of residence (like a utility, not older than six weeks) Child's shot records Birth certificate Child's Social Security card

For students in grades 9-12, parents should also bring a copy of withdrawal papers and/or last grade report card (for grade verification).

DPS Combines Three Montessori Schools

Published: Friday, March 10, 2006 @ 5:11 AM
Updated: Friday, March 10, 2006 @ 6:36 AM

Three Dayton public schools are merging into one. The board of education agreed to combine its three Montessori schools together for the 2008 school year.

The schools affected are Franklin, Horace Mann and Jefferson. There are about 700 students who attend these schools.

The new school will be located at the Patterson Career Center in downtown Dayton.

Greene Co. School District Faces Cuts

Published: Friday, March 10, 2006 @ 5:13 AM
Updated: Friday, March 10, 2006 @ 6:33 AM

A Miami Valley school district is preparing to cut jobs in order to survive.

A school levy failed last November, and now the Greeneview School District in Jamestown has to cut $300,000 from its budget.

On Thursday night, the school board approved cutting seven jobs, two of which will be teachers. The superintendent started the cuts by eliminating non-personnel jobs.

School officials eliminated all field trips, doubling athletic pay to play fees to $100 and cut 5-10 percent in building and material costs, but more cuts were needed.

Another levy vote is scheduled for the district in May, which is a renewal of an existing levy. If that levy fails, the board may be forced to double the cuts, which would result in up to $700,000 in reductions .

Wright State University Fires Assistant Dean

Published: Monday, March 14, 2005 @ 8:48 AM
Updated: Monday, March 14, 2005 @ 8:49 AM

Wright State University fired an assistant dean who is accused of inappropriately using more than $50,000 of university money.

Thomas R. Brookey served as an assistant dean for Fiscal Affairs in Wright State's Business School before the school fired him on March 4. One of the allegations is he used school money to buy alcohol for the men's club soccer team.

Brookey's attorney said he is waiting to see Wright State's audit report before he makes a comment.