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Win-Win update

Columbus, Groveport reach deal

Columbus City Schools has agreed to give the Groveport Madison School District a 40 percent discount on what it pays under the 1986 Win-Win agreement, and signaled it is open to renegotiate the accord individually with eight other suburban districts with an eye to making current district boundaries permanent.
Canal Winchester schools

Board acts on administrators' contracts

The Canal Winchester Board of Education agreed May 16 to give three-year contract extensions to several administrators and to hire two principals and an assistant principal at two elementary buildings.
June 9 event

Chamber Expo takes its theme from Americana

"Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet" -- not only is it a commercial jingle that conjures up images of Americana, it is also the theme of the 2016 Canal Winchester Area Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.

Travel clinics try to ease threat of disease

As summer vacation nears, thousands of central Ohioans are planning a trip to an exotic locale -- perhaps to Brazil for the Summer Olympics.

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Canal Winchester schools

District eyes high school renovation

Superintendent Jim Sotlar is confident that the Canal Winchester school district can fund its share of a $24.3 million building and renovation project to the high school instead of asking taxpayers to foot the bill for a bond issue.
Groveport Madison High School

Four named valedictorians to lead class of 2016

Nearly 320 Groveport Madison High School seniors are set to accept their high school diplomas during graduation on Friday, June 3.

Treasurer: Finances 'very healthy' over next 5 years

The Canal Winchester school district has a "very healthy financial forecast" for the next five years, according to Treasurer Joyce Boyer, who shared the budget predictions with the board of education at its May 16 meeting.

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