Tuesday, August 29, 2000

City schools welcome 42,000 pupils today




By Andrea Tortora
The Cincinnati Enquirer

img
Carson Elementary Principal Clare Kubiak (left) greets Max Gumm, 8, at open house Tuesday, while his sister Anna, 9, and mother Angela Whitaker look on.
(Michael E. Keating photo)
| ZOOM |
        More than 42,000 students were expected today for their first day of classes at Cincinnati's 75 public schools.

        The district expects close to 90 percent attendance, thanks to a “ready to learn” campaign that used yard signs and a big yellow bus to spread the word that today is the first day of school.

        But it will take several days for parents and students to straighten out the logistics of where and when to go and how to get there.

        Here's what parents can do:

        • For busing questions, call the transportation line at 487-4300.

        • For questions on which school your child should attend, call the Factline at 475-7099, or check the Web site at www.cpsboe.k12.oh.us and click on the “schools” icon.

        • To register your child, go to the school in your neighborhood. New residents must bring proof of address, the child's immunization record, birth certificate, Social Security card and last report card.

        Students already living in the district should bring proof of address and their last report card.

        • To find out what time classes start at your school, call the school or go to the district Web site at www.cpsboe.k12.oh.us and click on the “schools” icon.

       



Police adopt terminator approach to school shootings
Banks plan needs push
Rookwood traffic brings 150 to community forum
Directory of Rookwood Commons stores
Private schools in building boom
- City schools welcome 42,000 pupils today
Adamowski foresees competitive year
Asbestos delays start of school
Holocaust education: Teach and don't forget
Mother short on support arrested
Ageless passion in Young's music
Get to it
KIESEWETTER: 'NYPD Blue' turns up the heat
KNIPPENBERG: Frampton building Indian Hill home
Motley Crue doesn't miss Tommy Lee
Pig Parade: Wonderful Wilbur
113 acres donated for preservation
2 more area banks robbed
After years of decline, C-sections on rise
Complaints against Patton dismissed
County sets aside riverfront money
Covington school year begins under microscope
Deerfield picks public works director
Girl, 7, killed; man charged
Green Party files in Kentucky
Group fights airport board
Kentucky Digest
Local Digest
School board pares commissioner's list to 3
Springboro renews spirit
Stadium idea revamped
Supplies aisle beckons