COLUMBUS: Schools would receive up to four additional days off this year because of the winter season’s extreme weather with teachers having to report on two of those, under a bill the Ohio House approved Wednesday.
GREEN: With the school district already two days over its five allowed calamity days, the Green Board of Education on Monday adopted an alternative plan to help limit the number of days students will have to be make up as winter weather continues to slam the area.
GREEN: High School Principal Cindy Brown revealed during Wednesday’s Board of Education meeting that the district has been selected to the College Board Advanced Placement Academic Honor Roll for this year.
GREEN: Following the swearing-in of new members Sally Fanelly and Katie Stoynoff, the five-member Green Board of Education took the first step toward placing a five-year renewal levy on the May 6 ballot.
GREEN: Although the five-year renewal school levy, which raises $4.1 million annually, doesn’t expire until December 2014, the Green Board of Education is already broaching the subject to keep voters informed of the need to renew.
According to College Board, three local districts have been recognized for their efforts to increase access to AP coursework and raise the percentage of students in their schools who receive a 3 or higher on AP exams.