Thursday, Oct 21, 2021 - 00:18:30
367 results - (0.002 seconds)

Ohio school:

mail: [NewsMag]

latest news at page 1:
                      by J.D. Davidson  School groups throughout Ohio and around the nation have praised the recently signed Ohio state budget that expands education choice opportunities for parents and students. The budget, signed late Wednesday night by Gov. Mike DeWine, increased the state’s voucher system, created a new tax-credit scholarship program and...
    An Ohio private school has expelled three students whose moms led a coalition campaigning against Critical Race Theory being taught to their children. Columbus Academy sent a letter to parents Andrea Gross and Amy Gonzalez informing them that their children will not be reenrolled at the school, where tuition fees cost up to $30,000 a year. The school said Gross and...
    School groups throughout Ohio and around the nation have praised the recently signed Ohio state budget that expands education choice opportunities for parents and students. The budget, signed late Wednesday night by Gov. Mike DeWine, increased the state’s voucher system, created a new tax-credit scholarship program and established the state’s first education savings accounts. “Governor Mike DeWine has...
    An Ohio private school is denying reenrollment to several students, alleging that their mothers breached part of their contract by leading a public campaign against the school's purported attempt to "indoctrinate" students with left-wing ideas. The decision capped off months of efforts by parents Andrea Gross and Amy Gonzalez to probe Columbus Academy's (CA) activities, which allegedly included divisive concepts...
    SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) — A longtime school resource officer who used a stun gun on two high school students during a self-defense training class has been fired. Perkins Township trustees voted 3-0 Monday to dismiss Tonya Corbin, who was a resource officer at Perkins High School. She had been on unpaid leave since June 15. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Thunderstorms...
    Current Credit Card Interest Rates 20 Ways To Spend Less at Trader Joe’s Starting Thursday, college athletes will gain a measure of economic freedom by being allowed to profit off their name, image and likeness. Essentially, they can work for, promote or endorse specific businesses while playing sports. It might be signing autographs at a local car dealership. It...
    Authorities found a dead 52-year-old college professor Saturday, according to the Alaska Department of Public Safety. David Shrider was hiking on Donoho Peak as part of a group of six Friday when he fell down its slope halfway up, Anchorage Daily News and the Department of Public Safety reported. Someone at around 6:30 p.m. Friday then reported to the Alaska...
    A 52-year-old university professor from Ohio died after he fell off the peak of a mountain in America's largest national park. David Shrider fell 150 feet Friday down the slope of Donoho Peak in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve in Alaska, the park said in a news release Saturday. Just before the fall, "a family member in the hiking...
    A popular finance professor at Miami University in Ohio died Saturday after falling down a mountain while hiking in Alaska, a report said. David Shrider, 52, plunged about 150 feet down a slope of Donoho Peak at Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, a National Park Service spokesperson told the Anchorage Daily News. Shrider was on the trip with five...
    COPPER CENTER, Alaska (AP) — A 52-year-old Ohio man died after he fell off the peak of a mountain in a national park. David Shrider fell 150 feet (46 meters) Friday down the slope of Donoho Peak in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve near Kennecott, the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve said in a news release Saturday. READ...
                      by J.D. Davidson  An Ohio lawmaker believes it’s now more important to make it easier for teachers to have guns in the classroom following an Ohio Supreme Court ruling Wednesday that school districts must require police-level training for employees to be armed. Rep. Thomas Hall, R-Madison Township, introduced legislation in...
                        Bipartisan bills in the Ohio state House and Senate would allow last school year’s high-school seniors to voluntarily re-enroll in the fall, allowing them a second chance after a school year decimated by COVID-19 lockdown measures. “Under a measure introduced this week by GOP Sen. Andrew Brenner, of...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The pandemic made Jake Gregg’s senior year of high school very different than anticipated. He got by enough to graduate, but now the 19-year-old Ohioan wants a redo. The Wheelersburg quarterback aspires to play football in college and wants what coronavirus restrictions took away last year: the chance to visit football camps and meet college coaches,...
    More On: ohio Trump announces July 3 rally, fireworks show in Florida Ohio to name 5th Vax-a-Million winners as vaccinations stall Family found dead on Father’s Day after apparent murder-suicide in ritzy neighborhood Appeals court hears case of man paralyzed from crash with reinforced mailbox Teachers and staff at Ohio schools cannot carry guns at work without police training...
    COLUMBUS — School districts that allow employees to be armed must also require police-level training for those workers, a divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in a victory for a group of parents who challenged a local district’s armed employee policy. At issue before the court was a directive adopted by Madison Local Schools in southwestern Ohio after a 2016...
    More On: murder suicide British model victim of apparent murder-suicide Cause of death revealed for mom, daughter found dead in ritzy suburban home NYC girl who hid in closet during murder gifted trip to Disney World by NYPD detectives Boyfriend kills woman, teen in Florida murder-suicide, cops say A husband, wife and two children were fatally shot on Father’s...
    A set of Ohio quadruplets is celebrating their joint graduation from Yale University — and revealing that their four years in the Ivy League were a great opportunity to branch out on their own.  Aaron, Nick, Zach, and Nigel Wade, all 22, spent their whole lives together in Liberty Township, Ohio, where they were known collectively as The Quads or the...
                      by J.D. Davidson  School-choice advocates are calling the recently passed Ohio Senate budget proposal as a step in the direction toward more options for parents. The Senate’s version of the budget includes differences negotiators still must work out with the House’s budget, but it includes a provision that allows parents...
    COLUMBUS — Nearly 400 graduating seniors from more than 70 counties across the state recently received their high school diplomas as members of Ohio Connections Academy’s Class of 2021. Typically, the online public charter school hosts a traditional, in-person commencement ceremony, however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the graduation ceremony was held virtually. “We couldn’t be prouder of the Class...
    Republican lawmakers in Ohio are responding to the case of a Loudoun County Public School District teacher who was suspended after expressing that his religious convictions forbade him from referring to transgender children by pronouns that don’t refer to their biological sex. The effort to protect teachers’ rights to free speech and the free exercise of religion is being demonized...
    'We have such an issue already with bullying and suicides and passing a law like this just sends a message to some students that it's OK to call out someone for being different,' one expert said. Ohio Republicans are attempting to make it easier for teachers to take discriminatory stances...
    Several coaches for one Ohio high school’s football team were fired after they forced a player who kept kosher to eat pork against his religious beliefs. The Canton City School District fired head coach Marcus Wattley along with six assistant coaches, the school board announced following a unanimous vote on Thursday. The other coaches who are out of a job...
    More On: Football Marvin Gaye’s ‘What’s Going On’ turns 50 — secrets behind the hit album Ex-Giants employee suing team over ‘culture of violence in workplace’ Experts: Phillip Adams’ history of concussions could have role in SC shooting Dad of ex-NFL pro who killed 5 says football concussions ‘messed him up’ Eight high-school football coaches in Ohio were fired...
    An Ohio high school coach and six assistant coaches were fired Thursday over an incident in which they allegedly tried to force a football player to eat a pepperoni pizza despite his religious dietary restrictions forbidding pork.  The Canton City School District Board of Education made the decision during a special meeting following an investigation, FOX 8 of Cleveland reported.  The family...
    A Jewish family in Ohio claims that their son’s high school football coach made their child eat pork despite knowing the family is Kosher. The father of the student at McKinley High School in Canton, Ohio, alleged that a school football coach made his son eat a pepperoni pizza in front of the team as punishment. “The coach had a...
    An Ohio 17-year-old is suing his former Catholic school after an older student allegedly pinned him down and simulated sodomizing him on multiple occasions for more than a year, often as other classmates took video and laughed. The lawsuit against St. Edward High School in Lakewood also names head track and cross-country coach Nathan Brannen, school board president James Kubacki...
    University of Cincinnati Ally Sidloski drowned at an Ohio state park. Ally Sidloski was a soccer player at the University of Cincinnati who was found dead after she drowned in William Harsha Lake at East Fork State Park in Ohio. Sidloski died on Saturday, May 22, 2021, authorities said. The 21-year-old Ohio native just finished her sophomore year...
    COLUMBUS – Two students from Scioto County were among the 74 Ohio Connections Academy (OCA) students to be recognized for their outstanding academic achievement and service to the community. During a virtual ceremony on Ohio Connections Academy’s LiveLesson virtual classroom, Sarah Hooper, a sophomore from Wheelersburg, was among the 46 OCA students in grades 10 through 12 who were inducted...
    Mandy Davis, 33, a former teacher's aide in an Ohio middle school, is accused of having sex with a 12-year-old student An Ohio teacher's aide, 33, is accused of having sex with a 12-year-old middle school student over two weeks.  Mandy Davis, who worked at Teays Valley West Middle School, had a sexual relationship with the student between April...
    By Kantele Franko | Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio — Dozens more men are suing Ohio State over the university’s failure to stop sexual abuse and misconduct decades ago by team doctor Richard Strauss. They echo claims filed previously by over 400 men, many of whom allege they were groped during required medical exams or while seeking treatment for unrelated ailments....
    DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio school board member, who disputed the existence of systemic racism in a meeting last week, has resigned as president of the Ohio School Boards Association. Scott Huddle, a Mad River school board official, told parents at a school board meeting that there was no evidence of systemic racism exists and that society has improved...
                      by J.D. Davidson  Ohio school-choice advocates are applauding a bill introduced in the Ohio House they say empowers families to choose the best education options for their children. The “Backpack Bill” became part of the debate on a proposed new education funding formula and would ensure each child in Ohio would be...
    RAYLAND, Ohio (AP) — A flatbed pickup truck crashed into a school bus on a highway in eastern Ohio on Friday morning, leaving several students with minor injuries, authorities said. WTOV reported the crash occurred on County Road 15 in Rayland, according to the Ohio State Patrol. The bus was carrying students to Buckeye Local High School, though it wasn’t...
    Ohio school-choice advocates are applauding a bill introduced in the Ohio House they say empowers families to choose the best education options for their children. The “Backpack Bill” became part of the debate on a proposed new education funding formula and would ensure each child in Ohio would be eligible for a scholarship to attend the K-12 school or...
    An Ohio public middle school teacher was among 10 men arrested during a human trafficking bust in April, numerous sources reported. David Delong, 60, was charged with engaging in prostitution, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release Wednesday. Nine other men, ranging from the ages of 22 to 62, were also arrested on the same charges. Massillon...
    (CNN)Some of the alleged abuse victims of former Ohio State University doctor Richard Strauss could get more than $250,000 as part of an individual settlement program for survivors involved in five active legal cases, according to a recent court filing by the university.In a notice of intent filed with the United States District Court Southern District of Ohio Eastern Division...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — More than 400 supporters of former President Donald Trump have been charged in the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, including members of far-right extremist groups. At least 18 of those cases, including one announced Monday, were against Ohio residents identified by the FBI through social media posts and surveillance footage. READ MORE: Lesbian...
    (CNN) — A lesbian couple at an Ohio high school said they never expected to be voted as prom king and queen, but that’s what happened last month. Annie Wise and Riley Loudermilk, both 18, have been dating for six months. They were voted prom king and queen at Kings High School in Kings Mill, Ohio, on April 17. READ...
    Parents in a rural Ohio town have hit out at a high school after the students voted a lesbian couple as their senior prom king and queen. Annie Wise was named Prom Queen, and her girlfriend Riley Loudermilk was named Prom King in a student vote at Kings High School in Kings Mills, a deeply conservative area of Ohio, on April...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Twenty-three new plaintiffs are suing Ohio State University over alleged sexual misconduct by a team doctor already accused of abusing hundreds of young men during his two decades at the school. Two new lawsuits filed Thursday in federal court include the first female plaintiff to file claims about now-deceased doctor Richard Strauss. The anonymous plaintiff, who...
                        COLUMBUS, Ohio – An Ohio man filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Ohio State Board of Education (OSBOE), the board president, and four board members.  The lawsuit claims the agency overstepped authority in passing a racial resolution and argues the plaintiff’s First Amendment rights of free...
    Harrison County Sheriff Corissa McCalister. Corissa McCalister is an Ohio high school Spanish teacher accused of sexually abusing a teenage student. McCalister teaches at Catholic Central High School in Steubenville, located in eastern Ohio about 30 miles west of Pittsburgh. McCalister, 21, was arrested on April 23. She faces two charges of sexual battery, according to WTOV-TV. ...
    Hundreds of students at Ohio State University gathered on Wednesday inside the school’s Student Union, where they demanded the university sever ties with Columbus Police over Tuesday’s shooting of knife-wielding teen Ma’Khia Bryant. “Say her name. Ma’Khia Bryant. Say her name,” the students repeated over and over again during their protest, according to a report by the Columbus Dispatch. The protesters also...
    PIKETON, Ohio. — Students from Wheelersburg High School won the Department of Energy’s annual South Central Ohio Regional Science Bowl, which was conducted virtually and concluded on April 8. With the win, the Pirates will represent their region among more than 60 teams competing at DOE’s National Science Bowl® (NSB) Finals, which will be conducted virtually from April 29 to...
    An Ohio man and founder of EmpowerUOhio, a free university, filed a lawsuit against the Ohio State Board of Education alleging that they had banned citizens from being able to voice criticism about The 1619 Project. In his federal lawsuit filed Monday, Daniel Regenold claims that by refusing to allow citizens to voice their concerns about the 1619 Project, the...
    Students at The Ohio State University gathered in a common area Wednesday to demand the school cut ties with the Columbus Division of Police following the fatal shooting of a teenage Black girl. Images posted to social media shows students packed in the Ohio Union, which houses student services, dining areas, a bank and other university offices. Some people made...
    The father of West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins has died. Charlie Huggins, who led high school basketball teams to three Ohio state championships, was 87. James Gardner of Baxter-Gardner Funeral Home in Sherrodsville, Ohio, said Charlie Huggins died Tuesday. Gardner, the funeral home’s owner and director, said no official cause of death has been released. Charlie Huggins won Ohio...
    More On: sex crimes How Keith Raniere lured scores of young women into sex slave cult NXIVM Missing Florida girl, 11, found at home of 22-year-old ‘boyfriend’ Gang members, sexual predators busted at border Matt Gaetz boasted that pal charged with sex trafficking was his wingman, report claims An Ohio school district employee who thought he was arranging sex...
    A Hudson Valley native and mother of four was allegedly gunned down while at work by an ex-boyfriend. Rebecca Jean Rogers, age 38, who grew up in Orange County, and graduated from Goshen High School, was shot and killed Friday, April 16, while at her waitressing job at a Bob Evans Restaurant in Ohio, where she moved several years ago....
                      by J.D. Davidson  Ohio House Republicans announced Tuesday they want to put the focus on funding the state’s schools and tax breaks. The House Finance Committee accepted a substitute bill containing the House GOP’s version of a new two-year state budget, which also includes COVID-19 relief help for small businesses...