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The Hamilton Journal News
Long-time Ross school leader leaves on high notesJuly 31 and be replaced the next day by new superintendent Scott Gates, who was
Long-time Ross school leader leaves on high notes
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 14 days ago
July 31 and be replaced the next day by new superintendent Scott Gates, who was previously director of student services for Finneytown Schools in Hamilton County. Gates is a former elementary school principal who has also worked for Forest Hills... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Lakota East's Hunter Burdno Helps East Beat West In All-Star GameNoyen (Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy) 1-7-1, 38 yards; Dylan Smith (Anders
Lakota East's Hunter Burdno Helps East Beat West In All-Star Game
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 21 days ago
Noyen (Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy) 1-7-1, 38 yards; Dylan Smith (Anderson) 1-5-0, -1 yard West: Delshon Watson (Finneytown) 4-40, Mitchell Hogue (Harrison) 2-45, Kenny Mabrey (Winton Woods) 2-29, Jujuan Linzy (North College Hill) 2-21,... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
The Other Macaroonwhen people bring their friends in after lunch and tell them what they’re going
The Other Macaroon
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 30 days ago
when people bring their friends in after lunch and tell them what they’re going to have.” While Jacobsen is a resident of Finneytown, he has always loved Clifton’s Gaslight District for its welcoming residents and business owners. He’s happy to be... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Chicago administrator chosen for Youngstown schools CEOand the commission interviewed six of them before narrowing the field to two: M
Chicago administrator chosen for Youngstown schools CEO
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 30 days ago
and the commission interviewed six of them before narrowing the field to two: Mohip and Tyrone Olverson, superintendent of Finneytown schools, near Cincinnati. Brian Benyo, commission chairman, said commission members were blessed to have two... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Krish Mohip to lead city schools as first CEOsix to interview. From there, they narrowed the choice to two finalists: Mohip
Krish Mohip to lead city schools as first CEO
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted a month ago
six to interview. From there, they narrowed the choice to two finalists: Mohip and Tyrone Olverson, superintendent of Finneytown Schools, near Cincinnati. Mohip has been the principal of a struggling school in the Chicago School system since... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
City school CEO finalists prepared for challengesand is expected to select either Krish Mohip, a Chicago Public Schools administ
City school CEO finalists prepared for challenges
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 1 months ago
and is expected to select either Krish Mohip, a Chicago Public Schools administrator, or Tyrone Olverson, superintendent of Finneytown Schools near Cincinnati, for the job. Mohip is a principal at one of Illinois’s lowest-performing schools. Before... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
CEO finalists ready for challengeand is expected to select either Krish Mohip, a Chicago Public Schools administ
CEO finalists ready for challenge
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 1 months ago
and is expected to select either Krish Mohip, a Chicago Public Schools administrator, or Tyrone Olverson, superintendent of Finneytown Schools near Cincinnati, for the job, Mohip is a principal at one of Illinois’s lowest-performing schools. Before... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Youngstown commission will pick schools CEO from 2 finalistschief executive officer comes down to two finalists: one an educator from Chica
Youngstown commission will pick schools CEO from 2 finalists
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 1 months ago
chief executive officer comes down to two finalists: one an educator from Chicago and the other the superintendent of Finneytown Public Schools near Cincinnati. The Youngstown City Schools Academic Distress Commission unanimously voted... Read more

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