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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - November 8, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioA press Community newspaper i a new 1990 be Cutlass feature Charles Mitchell works to better neighbourhood a Riv sports spartan Effort lands Roger Bacon in semisa11 play a sup saving details in Hilltop news wednesday november 8, 1989 map vol. 71, no. 44 two sections 26 Page teachers share perspectives on Job 25-year Veteran teacher carries on family tradition Redwine has been teaching at byh Jet Fallon it healthy High school for 25 staff reporter years. Its a career that runs in the family. Her father was a every so often Diane Redwine teacher her sister and brother thinks about the teacher that in Law Are teachers. She said she struck terror in her heart. Loves the French language even a she was my algebra teacher though she did no to have a course and she scared me to death a in it until she went to College. Redwine recalls. A after i was a i done to think i could have out of school i realized How stayed in teaching without much i really admired her. French a she said. A a it basical every once in awhile i can be Asly a very shy person and 1 try to mean As mrs. use that in the classroom to watching Redwine Drill her reach the ones who Are just sit French i students its hard to tins there. I love the language believe this soft spoken and i love teaching these kids not classroom Veteran could Ever Only the language but about frighten anyone. But she says France the people and its she can be strict and her students know just How far they she brings magazines into can push her before they have to school for her students buys a Deal with a mrs. lot of classroom materials with a a when the students came in and i started talking to them everything fell into place and i guess i just forgot to be teaching was her career Choice because she said she likes the subject of biology and see herself in a Job where she was trapped m an office stuck behind a desk. A i have to be moving. 1 done to like to sit still. I thought helping kids learn was the most important thing 1 could the biggest Shock for Clemons has been wading through All the paperwork that Sas much a part of teaching As lesson plans faculty meetings and Parent conferences. A i did no to have any idea the amount of paperwork involved a she said. A my Mailbox is always packed. In College they teach you the curriculum and How to teach. They never mention the please see Clemons a15 her own Money makes slides and Cooks French food warning every class a efm not Julia rather than grilling her beginning and a d Vance fre n cd students on vocabulary she tries to broaden their understanding of the language by incorporating geography Art food and even Usa. S0u06rs/pwess staff Diana Rad Wlna teaches a Flench i class in the same room at it Haa thy High school that aha taught har very first class in 25 years ago. A lot has changed in All that time. A lot has stayed the tame too Diana Clemons and students in her biology class get up close and to Leam that sponges sat and reproduce Ere from left Brandi personal with to Alfera a sponges. Diane is in her first year of Wyenandt Sasha Nance Marcus Warren and Brad Herman teaching at High school. Her students who Ware amaze court Date set in View place suit heart association 2995 Vernon Pierce Cincinnat 45219. Nature facility turned into a nature preserve. They claim the excavation has damaged their property and the proposed Park will lower property values. Springfield township will take deed to the property from Kokosinc once All contingencies in the contract Between the View place civic association and Kokosinc Are met. One of those requirements has already been met with the state department of transportation giving its approval of the Sites restoration. A letter to township trustees from the state attorney general a office dated oct. 19, states that residents concerns about the site land slippage and a detention Basin Are unfounded. The letter states a no evidence of any slides or slippage was noted after inspecting the site particularly at the Northwest and View place residents battling Over the 28-acre proposed recreational Park in their neighbourhood will have their Day in court beginning nov. 29. Tim Burke attorney for the plaintiffs said both nov. 29 and 30 have been set for judge Ann Marie Tracey to hear the $300,000 civil suit filed last year by 10 residents whose property Borders the Kokosinc construction company s excavation site along Caldwell drive. They Are seeking damages from the View place civic association and two former officers Dan Hummer and Joe Wolke. Kokosinc has also been named in the suit and it is now seeking $75,000 in damages from which Ever Side loses the Case. Along with the financial settlement plaintiffs Are seeking to have the recreational and Southwest Corners of the property where residents had claimed. Answering concerns about the detention basis the letter states a that this area contained a Lake before and that its a unlikely that the detention Basin will actually be required to hold twelve feet of water and the department a doubts that the very slow Entrance of water into the stand pipe will create any kind of troublesome current As under the terms of the View place contract Kokosinc is obligated to have the site inspected annually for three years for erosion and the condition of vegetation on the Hillside and to repair and replant the cited Arlene Chow Finneytown High school and Marshalee imams it. Healthy High school were two of 30 final stg in the recent Golden Galaxy awards. Sponsored in part by the Cincinnati youth collaborative the contest Drew students from 23 area schools. Arlene won for English and literature and Marshalee won in foreign language. Myca drive almost Over there Are Only two Days remaining in the Powel Crosley or. Myca fall membership drive. Ending nov 10, the recruiting drive is offering a months free babysitting one class session of swimming gymnastics or fitness one free Nautilus session or one free month of racquetball. The Myca 9601 Winton Road has programs for every member of the family including infants and senior citizens. For More information Call the Myca at 521-7112
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