The Coshocton County Beacon March 28, 2018 - Page 33

THE BEACON 33 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com MARCH 28, 2018 Ridgewood board of education recognizes state qualifi ers Dairy Service Unit to host annual banquet COSHOCTON – Th e annual Coshocton County Dairy Ser- vice Unit Banquet will be held Friday, April 6 at 7 p.m. at the Coshocton County Career Center. Th e banquet serves as an awards ceremony with the crowning of the Coshocton County Dairy King and Queen. Th ey will also recognize all the youth that worked UNIQUE! A MUST SEE! AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Relay for Life of Coshocton County 2018 SURVIVOR DINNER Please join us for an evening of celebration, inspiration, and hope! LAKE PARK PAVILION - April 12 th , 2018 Dinner at 6pm | Doors open at 5pm Each survivor is invited to bring one caregiver as their guest for the evening. RSVP by April 1st by Calling or Texting Tracy Barnhouse at ( 740 ) 509.0196 Please join us for Coshocton County Relay for Life on Friday & Saturday, May 11th & 12th from 6pm-12pm at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds 601 HIGHLAND BLVD. - Unique 3 bedroom (possible 4th bedroom) brick ranch, 2 baths, completely updated with hardwood floors with kitchen/bathrooms tiled. Electric average is $120 and gas average $68 per month. AEP and Columbia Gas. Coshocton Water average $60 per month. 2 gas fireplaces, one in large living room and one in the very large family room/Bedroom with outside exit. The basement could be used as a living quarters with own garage. Windows replaced, roof, furnace/AC, hot water heater replaced. Very large family room with shuffle board design on floor and a pool table with gas fireplace. THIS HOME IS IN LIKE NEW CONDITION THROUGH OUT. FRESH PAINT AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. Great location, close to schools and Hospital. Low maintenance. MOTHER IN LAW QUARTERS IN BASEMENT. MUST SEE. $152,000 Mary Mason - Broker 740-502-5047 AGENTS REALTY & AUCTION SERVICE 23024 CR 621 (Next to Walmart) Coshocton, OH 43812 Email: agentsrealty@roadrunner.com 740-622-0700 • Fax: 740-622-6800 Sheri Fortune Nancy McFarland 740-610-7417 To A Celebration in Honor of You! RELAY FOR LIFE You are Invited... so hard on their dairy projects. Every year, the Coshocton County Dairy Service Unit asks local merchants to support Coshocton’s dairy indus- try by donating an item for a door prize to be given at the banquet. Contributed | Beacon Agreement with Hocking College for 2018-2019 for Col- lege Credit Plus program. Paying mileage of $0.50 per mile for Rhonda Graham to provide transportation for student to John Glenn H.S. Bids for advertising for windows for Ridgewood Elemen- tary School. Final reading of Board Policy and Procedures #5330.04 Procurement and use of naloxone in case of emergency at school. Discussion was held on bus parking at driver’s residence and a football locker room and storage facility. Th e next regular meeting will be held Monday April 16 at 7 p.m. at the administrative building, 301 S. Oak St., West Lafayette. ê State Indoor Track Meet, placed fi fth in the heavy weight throw. • Alexis Prater, 11 grade student and state qualifi er at the State Indoor Track Meet placed fi rst in the long jump, second in the hurdles, and fi fth in the triple jump. • Grace Gottwalt, 10th grade student and state qualifi er placing 15th in the vault. Executive session was held to discuss school security and in a separate matter with Melissa Dean, parent. No action was taken. Th e treasurer’s report was given and approved on the following items: • Finance report for February and payment of bills, the school-wide pool fund, and purchase orders and dona- tions from Ohio University Communication Fellows Pro- gram of $1,000; Isleta UMC to Ridgewood Middle School, $ 250; and the West Lafayette • Lions Club to Ridgewood Elementary School for $1,000. • Approved the resolution accepting the amounts and rates as determined by the budget commissions autho- rizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the county auditor. Superintendent Mike Masloski reported on the fol- lowing items: • Resignation of Lance Casey, bus driver eff ective March 30, 2018. Volunteers pending successful background reports, drug testing and certifi cation: • Paige Patterson, softball; Ryan Lowe, baseball, Heath- er Bell, student teacher at RES for 2018-2019 school year; Tammy Zimmer Classifi ed sub aide for district. First reading of the 2018-2019 School Calendar. 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Th e minutes of the previous fi nance meeting and regular meeting were approved. Superintendent Mike Masloski gave the following presentations: A video by the media classes of Mr. John Lindig and Ms. Haley Evans was shown. Th e student-pro- duced video will be used to promote the Ridgewood School District and can be viewed on the school website. A Professional Development day on May 24 was out- lined. Th e training session will revolve around a grant for $30,000 received from Ohio Dean’s Grant to use for “Trau- ma Informed Schools”. Th is training will bring informa- tion and strategies to teachers when they are teaching students with adverse childhood experiences and the eff ects these experiences have on the brain. Commendations and congratulations were given to the following staff and students: • Ernie Yoder, Doug Patterson and Todd Stoff er for going above and beyond to ensure students safety and atten- dance during the recent high water events of February and March. 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