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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - November 9, 1988, Cincinnati, OhioH he 3s cents j Ltd it u 5 pm a x if 111 g d it a no a a o i/5 a fijo d in t a in. M x o 30 a a o �-4 9 j r Mac Quot t a a g briefly Christmas will be Here before you know it. Press Community newspapers can be your child a direct connection to the North pole when we publish his or her letter to Santa in our annual Holiday gift guide nov. 23. Send the letter and if you wish a photograph of the child along with his or her name and address to letters to Santa press Community newspapers 1329 Arlington St. Cincinnati Ohio 45225 letters May be mailed or hand delivered to our office but must be received by 5 . Nov. 10. Letters and photographs Are non returnable. Every Effort will be made to publish every let Effort Ter Recei Ved. This May help any time is a Good time to find out if you have diabetes especially when you can do it for free. You la have such an Opportunity nov. 15, 2 .-6 �fm., at the Medicine Shoppe pharmacy 7162 Hamilton ave., North College. Two registered nurses will be on hand to test people for diabetes. No appointment is necessary. All you have to do is eat a balanced meal Low in sugar Content yet High in carbohydrates a Sandwich French Fries and a Glass of milk for example a about two hours prior to testing. The test is simple and takes Only minutes to perform. The Powel Crosley or. Branch of the Myca will sponsor a free program on How to buy or sell a House nov. 14, 8 .-10 ., at the facility 9601 win ton Road Finneytown. Each person attending will receive practice materials that can be used by first time or upgrading buyers or Sellers. To Register Call 521-7112. Mcauley High school 6000 Oakwood College Hill ave., College Hill will have an open House for seventh and eighth Grade students of its tributary parishes and any other interested Junior High school students nov. 15-16,7 30p.m.-9 30 . The open House includes Tours presentations by members of each department and the Chance to meet some of the teachers. One Hundred Dollar scholarships will be awarded by the Mcauley alumnae association to three eighth Grade girls accompanied by their parents. For More information Call 681-1815. Can you help nov. 11 is the deadline to make reservations for the glenmary knights of Columbus fund raising dinner to Benefit of mentally retarded citizens. Cincinnati reds manager Pete Rose the honorary chairman for the knights statewide measure up for the mentally retarded program will be the speaker and Montgomery inn ribs Are the featured attraction at the dinner nov. 16, 6 30 ., at the glenmary Hall 11306 Southland Road Forest Park. Cost is $25 and includes an open bar. To make reservations Call 851-9802 after 7 . A briefly is compiled by news editor Mark Schmetzer a it Paul Bernard poster child for the Knight of Columbus a measure up for the mentally retarded Campaign and Pete Rose. E Hill Finney to wit Forest Park Greenhills my. Airy my healthy Mew Burlington North College Hill Springfield two vol. 70, no. 44 pour sections 40 pages wednesday nov. 9, 1988 a Long Way to a pact Meta Board still far apart by Jennie key staff reporter at this Point one of the Only things negotiating teams for it. Healthy teachers and the school Board can agree on is that the other Side is being unreasonable. Negotiations Between the groups broke Down again late last month. Representatives from the it. Healthy teachers association claim the Board has led them on. Representatives for the school Board claim the it. Healthy teachers association is not trying to reach a settlement. A we were told on several occasions by or. Distel superintendent and the attorney that the evaluation language 3 problem a said Rob Weidenfeld president of the was about 80 percent of the Meta. A we were led to believe that if we made significant headway on that Issue that the rest of the contract would probably fall into instead Weidenfeld said they were Given an unreasonable salary offer that moved it. Healthy teachers from 22nd to 21st on a list of beginning salaries for 23 school districts within Hamilton county. Attorney George Roberts who is representing the school Board in the negotiations agreed that significant movement was made on a portion of the evaluation Issue and said at that Point the Board gave the Meta a proposal. The Board offered what amounted to a 3-percent increase on the current base salary of $16,800, raising the base salary to $17,300. The Meta countered with a base salary proposal of $20,000, a 19-percent increase. Roberts said the emphasis on beginning salaries is misleading. According to his figures the average salary in the it. Healthy school District last year was $30,400. Distel said 60 percent of the teaching staff Are in the $28.896 to $36,511 Range. Frustration Levels on both sides Are High. Roberts and Distel said the Meta is not negotiating but rather holding the negotiation process up. Please see talks a9 Usa Souter amp press staff Usa Soud fits put a ass staff he May be a bit bigger and just a Little older than most second Grade students but Bud Hargis is always a Welcome classroom visitor a even if a is the principal. Hargis returned to his former Parish and new Post this fall. Bill Walbom does no to mind giving up his lunch time when he can have this much fun on the playground. In fact the Assumption elementary school principal has gotten quite Good at four Square since starting his new Post last september. Back to the basics of school return to St. Margaret Mary is a Homecoming for Hargis 4 by Heidi a Atlon staff reporter Bud Hargis jogs to stay healthy. He prays to stay sane. His Job demands both. Bud Hargis is beginning 5 principal his first year As a a at St. Margaret Mary elementary school in North College Hill. Walking in the front door on the first Day of school was a Homecoming of sorts for Hargis. Three of is six children attended St. Margaret Mary when the i Argaret family lived in North col eee Hill lege Hill and belonged the Parish. To its his first year at i school but his 34th in education. A former teacher and principal in the Northwest local school District Hargis spent last year As principal at St. Catherine in Westwood. Hargis was also an administrator in the my healthy system and keeps two reminders of is Days As the freshman High school principal framed on is new office Wall. There a a Winter scene of the school and a Farewell gift from the staff with All their signatures. I Hargis a9 new Assumption principal did no to have Long Job search by he he Fallon staff reporter is Bill Walbom found first teaching Job by through the Telephone Book. He started with the Saint As and kept going until he found Success under the Saint is. A Walbom s approach to Job Hunting May have been a bit unorthodox but so was the Way he decided on a career. Armed Only with a degree in business administration Walborn went into teaching ironically at the same Umbus parochial set head attended. He had no degree or background in education. A i never really thought i had the Tempe rent and certainly did no to have the background for teaching a he admits. That was in 1969 and he needed a Job any Job. He taught for several years before becoming a principal most recently at our lady of the sacred heart in Reading and St. Albert the great in Kettering. Please see new a4i Greenhills Forest Park gearing up for new look by Heidi Fallon staff reporter the Greenhills Forest Park Board of education determined the direction. Now its up to superintendent Charles Kron to plot the course. Kron has appointed six transitional teams headed by Central office administrators and related school personnel to Lay the groundwork for the 1989-1990 school year. Those teams personnel assignments student activities Parent activities facilities equipment moving extracurricular activities and communications will sonnet will be eliminated by the Middle school move. With retirements and resignations Kron said its possible some of those people could he map out the merger of the districts two Middle schools and the addition of sixth Grade students to the elementary buildings. Sixth Grade students already attend Cameron Park and Winton Forest so the Impact at the elementary level will be minimal Kron said. With the committees set to begin work Kron said is first official recommendation to the Board will be to name the Middle schools principal and assistant principal. That will come at the the parents and the students committees will be addressing the same types of concerns and helping both groups adjust to a new school setting. Kron Hopes orientation activities can be arranged this school year to ease the seventh and eighth Grade consolidation. The biggest task is planning the physical move during the summer break. Kron plans to convert woodworking and drawing classrooms at Forest Park Middle school into traditional classrooms. Other than that he said no major renovations Are needed to accommodate the 690-student body. It will be up to at Metic directors at Forest Park and Greenhills Mph schools to coordinate the new Middle schools extracurricular activities and sort out uniform and equipment needs. Said his main focus will be using Community newsletters and in House com mum ques to keep everyone informed. The 1989-1990 school year will be the first year of the boards oct. 17 Resolution to reorganize to meet the anticipated budget crunch. Saving Between $350,000 and $400,000, the District can stave off asking voters for More Money till 1990. Please see team a4 nov. 21 Board meeting he said. Tie districts teachers the Impact on the will be the task of the personnel assignments committee. Kron said at least 12 staff positions including administrators teachers and support per with the combined Middle school As yet unnamed Kron can Only Cross is fingers that a change does no to mean new school colors Wimch would Lead to new uniforms. He indicated that would be the District would find hard an expense to justify. Kron will head up the transition team on communications and Public relations. Using Central office staff Kron a a a Federal when wage and Down Leonhard both sides Back business lifestyle. Mchugh. Police v. 5. Sneak preview of the holidays in special look of love quite abnormal i schools sports

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