Stories tagged with: Board of Education

October 24, 2012 - 7:35pm
1 year 39 weeks ago

The Muskingum County Educational Service Center held their annual Boards of Education dinner Wednesday evening.

More than one-hundred board members from Muskingum, Morgan, Coshocton, Hocking, and Perry counties were honored and recognized for their hard work and dedication.

"I think the most important piece is that we all want to do the best we can with what we have to make a difference and be helpful to boys and girls." said Dr. Richard Murray, MVESC Superintendent....

February 13, 2012 - 7:59pm
2 years 23 weeks ago

Some of Zanesville's best and brightest students were recognized by the Zanesville City Schools Board of Education.

Spelling bee winners, G.O.O.D. Award recipients, as well as players and coaches from the Zanesville High School Lady Blue Devils Soccer team were all recognized during a special meeting of the Board of Education.

School Board member Anne Hoffer said the Board is proud of the achievements of students in the district.

"It's wonderful, we're always...

January 10, 2012 - 7:37pm
2 years 28 weeks ago

The Zanesville City School's Board of Education held their first organizational and special sessions of 2012 today.

The Board nominated and elected Brian Swope as the new President and Scott Bunting as the new Vice President.  Swope replaces outgoing board President Lee Eppley, and saids despite the change at the top, he doesn't expect much to change.
 

"A lot of the changes we've already incorporated in previous years, and a lot of things depend of what our...

January 12, 2011 - 10:31pm
3 years 28 weeks ago

The Zanesville City Schools first Board of Education meeting of the new year was held Wednesday. With the recent passing of City Schools employee Darrell Lear, the district is continuing on with work, despite its loss. Click the video link on the left to watch reporter Mark Bullion's full story.

"I know I can hear him in my mind right now saying hey, I'm okay, you guys go ahead and do your job. "

Those are the words from...

December 15, 2010 - 8:55pm
3 years 32 weeks ago

The Zanesville Board of Education has approved a new three year contract for teachers.

The contract means a 2.5 percent pay increase beginning the second pay period January of next year. The raise is a one time increase with no raises during the remaining two years. But more money also means more work for teachers.

"With that comes the expectation of enhanced performance and more professional growth, " says Zanesville Superintendent Terry Martin.

Part of that...

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