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Columbus school board OKs sale of three buildings to charters
Money from the sale of vacant school buildings continued to roll into the Columbus City Schools’ bank account last night, as the Board of Education approved the sale of three more properties.
Students to perform in 'Hairspray'
Hairspray was a movie that was turned into a musical which was turned into a movie.
Columbus teachers sued over boy injured in ‘body sock’
Two Columbus City Schools teachers tried to push a 10-year-old boy’s teeth back into his mouth after they were knocked out when he fell while wearing a “body sock” restraint they had placed him in, a federal lawsuit alleges. The teachers, Courtney N. Plummer and Laura Shearer, “used excessive force by pushing the tooth or teeth back in his mouth,” it says.
NHS students continue Jeans for Teens project
Two Northland High School students wanted to do something to help clothe homeless youth in the Columbus area.
Winter's wrath might mean makeup days at CCS
Columbus City Schools officials are closely eyeing the calendar and the district's bank of calamity hours as a brutal winter continues to bear down on central Ohio.
Board extends Good's contract for three years
Dan Good will lead the Columbus City Schools district for another three years.
Winter's wrath might mean makeup days at CCS
Columbus City Schools officials are closely eyeing the calendar and the district's bank of calamity hours as a brutal winter continues to bear down on central Ohio.
Board extends Good's contract for three years
Dan Good will lead the Columbus City Schools district for another three years.
Charters race to buy surplus Columbus school
Competing school operators lined up outside a Columbus City Schools office in the snow early yesterday morning in a race to be the first to make an offer on one of three old schools. Ohio law requires districts to sell surplus school buildings that have been used as schools in the past two years to the first charter-school operator to agree to the district’s price. The second in line loses. To the swift go the spoils.
CAHS students set to stage 1936 comedy March 5-7
More than a dozen Columbus Alternative High School students have been busy in recent weeks rehearsing for a new production of a pretty old play.

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