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cooling off amherst news-times a look students back in class tuesday o hood state representative terry bouse, will be holding town hall meeting today, wednesday, aug. 19 at the trinity evangelical free church from 7 p.m. to 8:30 is located 46485 middle ridge road (where elyria avenue and meet). all community arc welcome. jenne art gallery of sandstone center presenting two-day showing works by watercolor artist timothy o'connor on friday, 28 saturday, 29, 6-9 each day. village, 767 milan avenue. refreshments served. steele home run boosters host their second annual golf outing oct. 4 1 a.m. dragon ranch club amherst. cost $60 per person, which includes lunch turn. persons interested playing or donating prize for golfers may contact debbie janscura 440-988-7578. details spring tour new york city provided. also agenda fall concession sign-ups. working stand best way parents raise funds trip. heading school are invited public library where they can cover books, grab snack after find out just how much that algebra book actually weighs. stop either 25, 26, 27 sept. 2, 3 5 make use library's covering supplies. st. joseph parent invites dive into with party pool, maude neiding park, 21, 8-10 $1 person; bring dish share. more information, call michelle barb 440-225-8046. g 5c r sa & q i 9 2 e- pi u) j "i r- c john lasko reporter when return classroom tuesday, expect see some changes buildings, as well teaching staff 2009-2010 year begins. first major change take effect this start finish times district's nearly 4,300 elementary, junior high students. those are: shupe (k-l) powers elementary (2-3) schools, until 3:30 harris (fourth grade) nord (5-6) 8 (7-8) marion l. 7:30 2:30 superintendent steve sayers told these time expected save district $225,000. thursday, july 9, board ratified collective bargaining agreement teachers union, $40,000. contract foregoes an increase base employees local 208 reached district. 125 support include secretaries, bus drivers, custodians aides agreed forego pay laisc three-year contract. over summer months, hired contractor build driveway connects two parking lots between elein mary schools. "tl.c hours operation improved tralfic provide safe convenient campus like setting both schools," todd stuart, interim operations coordinator said. another big occurcd lifted two-mile limit bussing one mile. plus, pick-up drop-off procedures have been relaxed give added flexibility. permanent improvement levy voters renewed november, 2007, 65 percent vote funded six physical projects summer. included replacing outdated computers network equipment fresh top coat asphalt. continued page schedules issue news-times. (submitted photo) salaries teachers, administrators increases co-pays doctor visits prescription drugs $10. health insurance alone saved $100,000 annually. june ohio association routes: harris-nord 7; powers-shupe 6; high-st. 5. ..menus: 2. ..lunch information: ..bus rules students, drivers 6... open house: $$ county fair nears lorain days away monday, 24 official opening. special section pro vides information about fair, including shows, contests, grandstand entertainment costs. (news-times members mls 1959 (sitting) jane cahl, judy (staller) rosenkranz, (standing) dale ken rosenbusch principal school, michael gillam. ml celebrates 50th; donates bench july, celebrated 50th anniversary graduation school. honor being graduate was completed 1958. than 100 mayor david taylor issued proclamation declaring 18, 2009, "marion day." friday 17, gathered holiday inn get re-acquainted fun remembering good old days. piano music, provided classmate, had them singing "blue suede shoes" "the battle orleans," number hit parade week graduated. saturday morning , played golf, while others took visited historical village. evening, attended dinner inn. were honored presence several teachers. not enough stimulus firelands turns eyes options has decided now move forward construction $24 million 104 acres land next existing vermilion m henrietta township. put plans hold learning facilities commission (osfc) would only receiving $3.2 federal money earmarked especially form 28-year, interest-free loan instead $20 originally requested earlier year. "when looked that, said isn't savings lower millage bond ballot," greg ring may, rejected $24.6 eight vote. prompted apply attempt saving taxpayers money. 92,482 square foot built north building present 1950s converted housing kids grades through eight, southern end property. south turning years year, it upgraded facility enhance environment rt. 113 downtown "it makes sense we room do that," said, adding he does know what future holds historic once vacate premises future. mean upgrade technology textbooks spaces side building.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-08-19|
|Date of Original||2009-08-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-08-19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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