Tuesday, August 24, 2004

High school bands perform

In the schools

The Enquirer

FINNEYTOWN - Finneytown High School Student Council sponsors a MusicFest, a night of high school bands, 8-11 p.m. Wednesday at the Cherry Blossom parking lot behind the Secondary Campus building, 8916 Fontainebleau Terrace.Among bands participating are Keeth Radley, Point Blank and Sirr Woo from Finneytown High School; Mysterious Briefcase from St. Xavier High School; and Prairie Dog Gangsters from Walnut Hills High School.

Admission is $2 or two canned goods to benefit the FreeStore/FoodBank.

Mount Healthy buses return for high school

MOUNT HEALTHY - Buses will roll once again for nearly 1,000 Mount Healthy High School students when school begins Wednesday. Voters approved a 6.95-mill operating levy in November, enabling the buses to return this fall.

Prince of Peace hires Tessarolo as principal

MADISONVILLE - Prince of Peace Catholic School has hired Joan Tessarolo as principal.

Tessarolo, who was retired, has served as principal at various schools, most recently at St. Vincent Ferrer in Kenwood. She was also the assistant superintendent of Schools at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati for eight years.

Chance to say goodbye to Madeira building

MADEIRA - The W. M. Sellman School building at 6612 Miami Ave. will be the site of a "Last Chance Dance" 7-10 p.m. Saturday.

The building, formerly Madeira High School, is scheduled for demolition this fall, and a new Madeira Middle School will be built on the site. Alumni and community members are invited to see this historic building before it's gone.

Reservations: Kathy Hurst, 271-9406.

There will be an open house and plant sale 1-4 p.m. Sunday at the school. The Sellman PTA will be selling trees, shrubs, perennials and landscape rocks. Bring your own container and shovel. Prices: $3-$20.

Mariemont pep rally celebrates fall sports

MARIEMONT - The public is invited to a fall sports pep rally at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Mariemont High School's Kusel Stadium, 3812 Pocahontas Ave.

Fall athletes and coaches will be introduced.

Walk-in clinics to be for student athletes

Walk-in sports clinics for high school athletes is being offered by Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine at its two locations Saturdays through Oct. 30.

The clinics are being held at Wellington's offices at 7663 Five Mile Road, Anderson Township, and at 5589 Cheviot Road, Cheviot. Information: Anderson Township, 232-6677 and Cheviot, 245-2500.

--Karen Andrew

E-mail school news to kandrew@enquirer.com

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