Glendale eNews January 17, 2020
Glendale PTA will be offering two scholarships again this yearGlendale PTA will be offering two scholarships again this year totaling $1,500!!! Attached you will find the application as well as the rules for both scholarships. In a nutshell, both scholarships are identical with the exception of the following:"Lois G Benjamin" Scholarship; $1,000 - applicant's parents/guardians must have been active Glendale PTA members.Glendale PTA Scholarship; $500 - no GPTA membership requirement.Students may only apply for one of the two scholarships, must have attended Glendale Elementary for at least one year and be graduating from Princeton HS or affiliated school. If chosen, the winners will be required to volunteer at Glendale Elementary for a minimum of 20 hours between the months of February & May. If possible, we'd love to announce our winner at the Senior Academic Awards night at Princeton HS.
Volume 03 | January 17, 2020Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, January 20, and is a student and staff holiday. All schools and Princeton City School District offices are closed.Princeton Named Top 20 District to Watch in 2020Princeton was recently named #9 nationally in the “Top 20 School Districts to Watch in 2020” by Education Incites® for blazing the trail in transforming teaching and learning, embracing diversity and making outstanding contributions to the community.“It is such an honor for our district to be nationally recognized for using real-time data to inform instruction and create learning experiences that bolster all of our learners,” said Tom Burton, superintendent. “We work collaboratively to remain hyper-focused on constantly implementing improvements to change education and offer real-world learning opportunities to our students; this recognition reflects the hard work and dedication of so many.”Education Incites® is a multi-national educational organization, comprised of a team that possesses extensive experience in creating formative and summative school assessments to determine how students are performing on standards-based classroom learning. The company recently named 20 schools they feel are paving the way for future learners.Princeton City School District was one of three Ohio-based schools selected from across the nation. According to the Education Incites website, the organization is “spotlighting districts with tremendous academic achievement as well as those that are working to close the achievement gap because we believe that excellent school districts come in all shapes and sizes!”Princeton City Schools in Ohio is a member of the League of Innovative Schools, a coalition of 114 forward-thinking school districts. The district has several recent digital accomplishments, including the creation of a mobile resource center and the addition of STEM education for all middle schools. Princeton also hosts quarterly community breakfasts for businesses and community partners to connect and collaborate both with each other and with students. The district’s high school students play an integral role in these breakfasts through public speaking and networking.“Joining the League of Innovative Schools, working with over 400 local business partners, and creating our own Viking University for internal professional development are all cutting-edge ideas that our community is embracing,” continued Burton. “We’re excited about being trailblazers in public school education and contributing to the transformation of teaching and learning across the country while also embracing the unique tapestry of diversity that makes Princeton so special.”Princeton also has reached 1:1 technology and was named a 2019 Best Community for Music Education by the NAMM Foundation, an award that recognizes outstanding efforts by students, teachers, administrators, parents and community leaders who have made music education part of a well-rounded education.Princeton High School students participated in the Ohio Mock Trial competition today, January 17, 2020.February 5thBusiness & Community Partners' BreakfastPlease join us for Princeton's Business & Community Partners Breakfast on Wednesday, February 5th, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. We can't wait to show you what has been happening at Princeton!The breakfast meeting takes place in the cafeteria of Princeton High School, 100 Viking Way, Cincinnati, OH 45246.The best parking will be near the high school in the spots designated for staff parking. Upon arrival, please enter through the main doors of Princeton High School.Here is a link to RSVP:Free Educational Seriesfor Parents & CommunityAll parents and community members are encouraged to attendQuestions aboutYouth Vaping...Nicotine Addiction...?We have the Answers!This important, free educational program will be held:Wednesday, February 127:00 p.m.Princeton High SchoolPrinceton Board of Education InformationSpecial Board MeetingMonday, January 27, 20206:30 p.m. Special Board MeetingPrinceton Administration Center
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