Thursday, September 23, 2004

Four former athletes to join Hall of Fame


In the schools

MOUNT HEALTHY - Mount Healthy High School will induct four members into its Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime at its Friday football game against Colonel White High School of Dayton. The game begins at 7:30 p.m.

Honorees are Joe Olding (Class of 1997), Brenda Morano (1992), Scott Ungerbuehler (1971) and John "Jake" Grunkemeyer (1966).

Information session on Three Rivers levy

ADDYSTON - Citizens for Three Rivers, an organization supporting the Three Rivers school levy, will hold an information session 7-8 p.m. Monday at the Addyston Municipal Building, 235 Main St.

This meeting is open to any resident of the Three Rivers school district. A panel of residents and school officials and Ohio Reps. Steve Driehaus and Bill Seitz will be available to answer questions.

Information: (513) 941-4463 or (513) 941-9470.

Tax levy panel holds public meeting

READING - The public is invited to attend the Reading Community Schools Tax Levy Committee's meeting 7 p.m. Monday in the Media Library, Reading Jr./Sr. High School, 810 E. Columbia Ave.

Information: Superintendent Scott Inskeep, 554-1800 or Tom Bemmes, (513) 563-7954.

Open house today at Lucas Intermediate

SHARONVILLE - Princeton City Schools' Robert E. Lucas Intermediate School (RELIS) campus is hosting its annual open house at 7 p.m. today. The school is at 3900 Cottingham Drive. This is a chance for the community to visit the new campus format and meet staff.

A voter registration table will be part of a class project by students at the high school.

Information: (513) 563-4020.

Marching band takes home honors

COLERAIN TWP. - The Colerain High School Marching Cardinal Band placed first in Class AAA competition at the West Carrollton High School Band Invitational Saturday.

Colerain was also voted "Fan Favorite" by the audience and was Reserve Grand Champion by placing second overall. The Marching Cardinals' 2004 show is based on music from the movie The Mask of Zorro.

Alliance charter invites tours

EVANSTON - The Alliance Academy of Cincinnati, a public charter school, will hold an open house and family picnic 6-8 p.m. today at the school, in the former St. Mark Catholic School building at 1712 Duck Creek Road.

Staff will be on hand to answer questions. Information: (800) 699-9235.

Mentoring program will be expanded

CORRYVILLE - Cincinnati Youth Collaborative recently announced that it will expand its mentoring program by 400 mentors and tutors this school year with a grant of $1.3 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The expanded mentoring program, Strengthening Partnerships and Resources for Kids, will focus on children in Greater Cincinnati ages 4-14, who have one or more incarcerated parents.

-Karen Andrew and Sue Kiesewetter

E-mail Clermont County and Hamilton County school news to ckranz@enquirer.com; Cincinnati Public and charter school news to jmrozowski@enquirer.com




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