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Many parents attending a school board meeting last Tuesday were critical of the board’s approval of pay hikes for 12 administrators in the Oregon City Schools District.
The board had approved raises for 12 administrators at an August 16 meeting. Superintendent Mike Zalar received the biggest raise, from $116,965 to $130,221.
Science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine, or STEMM, is where educators say the jobs are.
STEMM jobs are growing at a rate of 3:1 compared to other sectors of the job market.
Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School and Unison Behavioral Health Group are collaborating to raise awareness about prescription and over-the-counter substance abuse through the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Service’s first-ever youth-led prevention public service announcement (PSA) contest.
French Voyageur fur trader Henri found himself among standing room only at the Packer-Hammersmith Center for a living history presentation earlier this month.
Henri, who wears a ring in his nose and an ostrich feather in his hat, is portrayed by Tim Kreps, a retired Sylvania Southview High School history teacher.
Being married as college students is not out of the ordinary, but then again, Paul and Mary-Lynn (Hadley) Kebker are no ordinary couple.
As Slippery Rock University’s “first couple in command,” the cadets occupy two the top three leadership positions in Slippery Rock’s respected Army ROTC program – something that has never happened before at SRU – and will graduate together in August.
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