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Columbus to make up calamity days with online ‘homework’
Columbus schools will provide online assignments to make up three days of classes missed during harsh winter weather, meaning that most students will not have to go to school on additional days.
Remy's advice: Keep pressure on about Brookhaven building
Northland Community Council President Emmanuel V. Remy is urging members of the group to keep pressing Columbus City Schools officials to find new uses for soon-to-close Brookhaven High School and its surrounding property.
Columbus schools WILL delay gifted-program changes after all
Columbus schools announced early this evening that it will, indeed, delay changes to the district's gifted-education program. That decision has been on, off and back on again - all this evening. Some Columbus schools parents had planned to boycott standardized testing this spring because of changes to gifted education in the district.
7 days in jail for woman who stole from Columbus schools
A woman who stole nearly $28,000 while working for Columbus City Schools was sentenced yesterday to seven days in jail and two years of probation. Tina L. Dorsey, 44, of Villa Court on the South Side, pleaded guilty in December to one count of theft in office.
CCS ready to enroll new kindergartners
Columbus City Schools encourages parents of children entering kindergarten for the 2014-2015 school year to register in April or May.
Disney revue at CAHS will feature familiar songs, characters
A sizeable cast of Columbus Alternative High School students will perform in A Disney Musical Revue April 3-5.
Lawsuit says Columbus schools should have known police officer was predator
The family of a Columbus high-school student has sued school officials and a former city police officer who is serving time in prison for luring her into a sexual relationship. Todd L. Smith, 51, was sentenced last year to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to enticement and coercion of a minor while working as a resource officer at Centennial High School.
Columbus police probing charter schools that closed shortly after opening
Two Columbus charter schools that opened last fall and then quickly closed are missing thousands of taxpayer dollars that were never deposited into the appropriate accounts. Columbus police are investigating.

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