Ohio High School 11-26
OHIO — The Ohio High School Board took action on the following items at its meeting Nov. 26:
• Approved applying for a bus program through the EPA offering about $25,000 for schools to scrap a bus and purchase a newer bus. The board also discussed the need for a bus barn. The current barn will only house the mini busses and is in great disrepair. The district needs a concrete slab, appropriate outlets and a barn that is structurally sound.
• Heard a presentation from Principal Jason Wilt on Homework Hall. The grade school students are mandated to attend Homework Hall if they are getting a D or an F, and the program has been successful. They have to go until they get their grade up. The high school does not have a program like this implemented at this time, and Wilt said it would benefit those students as well. Board member Carol Debruhl did not see how this would work with high school students in sports and having to travel to LaMoille, sometimes leaving right after school. The board then discussed a morning or lunchtime Homework Hall. President Harold Albrecht asked the administration to come up with a proposal to bring back to next month’s meeting.
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