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The Times Leader
St. Clairsville Senior Center slates September activitiesis located at 101 N. Market St. Clairsville. The phone number is (740) 695-1944
St. Clairsville Senior Center slates September activities
The Times Leader / Posted yesterday
is located at 101 N. Market St. Clairsville. The phone number is (740) 695-1944. Daisy Braun is the director. On Sept. 1, Education Day will be held by the Senior Services of Belmont County from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Mary L. Pritchert will discuss... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
area career tech centers get high gradesLocal career tech centers saw their grades improve on the state report card iss
area career tech centers get high grades
Dayton Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Local career tech centers saw their grades improve on the state report card issued this month, as 10 of the 12 schools in the region had at least 90 percent of graduates placed in jobs, apprenticeships, colleges or the military in the six months... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Walters, Horner junior high schools will be first to convert to sixth- through eighth-grade campusesFremont Unified School District's Board of Education received an update Wednesd
Walters, Horner junior high schools will be first to convert to sixth- through eighth-grade campuses
Oakland Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Fremont Unified School District's Board of Education received an update Wednesday on plans to convert the seventh- and eighth-grade junior high schools to three-grade middle schools, to address overcrowding and growing enrollment. Assistant... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Walters, Horner junior high schools will be first to convert to sixth- through eighth-grade campusesFremont Unified School District's Board of Education received an update Wednesd
Walters, Horner junior high schools will be first to convert to sixth- through eighth-grade campuses
The Fremont Argus / Posted 14 days ago
Fremont Unified School District's Board of Education received an update Wednesday on plans to convert the seventh- and eighth-grade junior high schools to three-grade middle schools, to address overcrowding and growing enrollment. Assistant... Read more

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