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Imagine making nearly $16,000, a 16 percent return, in just two months investing in the stock market.
Over one year, that would equate to 96 percent growth, which would make any investor giddy.
Four Eastwood Middle School “stock market tycoons” did that in the Ohio Stock Market Game, and their earnings were better than 1,301 other scholastic teams from across the state.
The Oregon school board on Tuesday, May 15, will again discuss whether board member Diana Gadus should be paid for her time to attend a leadership conference in Columbus on April 13 and April 14.
“I was told at the board office that the payment to Gadus for attending the seminars is on the draft agenda and will be discussed at Tuesday’s meeting,” said Board member Jeff Ziviski.
By Members of the Oregon school board provided a variety of comments regarding the results of a community survey that showed the public has a deep mistrust of the board and the school administration.
Some said cuts in state funding caused the fallout, while others blamed poor decisions by the school board and Superintendent Dr. Mike Zalar.
A community survey conducted in the Oregon City Schools District last year shows “a cloud of distrust and negativity,” between the public and the school system, and that a significant percentage of survey respondents expressed concerns about the district and how it is being run.
Last November, questionnaires were distributed to every residence in the district. A total of 295 questionnaires were completed and returned. The study’s confidence level is 95 percent, which means that in 95 cases out of 100, the survey results would represent the preferences of all district residents had they all responded to the survey. The survey, which has a margin of error of plus or minus 5.7 percent, was conducted in collaboration with a communications consultant and district personnel.
If House Bill 433 were to become law it would establish the Sandusky County Municipal Court effective Jan. 1, 2013 and create one full-time judgeship position.
That position would have a six-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2014. An election would be held in 2013 to seat a new full-time judge.
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