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N2Art Select Exhibit Re-Scheduled

The 2015 N2Art Select Exhibit Opening has been re-scheduled for Thursday, February 26, from 6-8 p.m., due to the weather and school closings today.

We invite all of our student artists, their parents, family members, friends and community members to attend the opening, which will feature the artwork of students in grades 1-12.

In addition to the display of a wide variety of artwork, the N2Art Select Exhibit Opening will feature the following guest performances:

6:15 p.m. -- The Southdale Orff Ensemble.
6:45 p.m. -- Funk Lab Dance Company (a Kettering community dance troupe)
7:15 p.m. -- The Fairmont IB Theater Department

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Testing Under Way Across District

The Kettering City School District joins districts across the state in commencing with the administration of standardized testing to students in grades 3-11. Kettering teachers have been hard-at-work teaching and Kettering students have been hard-at-work learning...and we are confident that our students are prepared for the tests.

Click here to view the 2015 Kettering City Schools Testing Calendar. Parents are asked to encourage your children to get a good night's sleep the night before and eat a good breakfast the morning of testing. If you have any questions regarding testing, please contact your child's principal, unit principal or school counselor.


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Simms-Parks and Kane Selected as President, Vice President

Congratulations to Lori Simms-Parks and Jennifer Kane, who were nominated and selected by the Kettering Board of Education members to serve, respectively, as President and Vice President of the board for 2015.



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Beavertown Named a 'School of Promise'

Congratulations to Beavertown Elementary School, which has been recognized as a 2014 "School of Promise" by the Ohio Department of Education.

Beavertown Principal, Mike Kozarec and his staff and students hosted State Superintendent of Instruction Dr. Richard Ross and Ohio School Board Vice President Tom Gunlock for a visit to the school October 29th, where Dr. Ross announced that Beavertown is one of only 98 schools across the state to earn the "School of Promise" designation.

In his comments during the assembly, Dr. Ross acknowledged that he was impressed by the attendance of parents, board members, city leaders and business leaders - in addition to the students and staff members --  who were all on-hand to see the unveiling of Beavertown's "School of Promise" banner. "It is wonderful to see parents and teachers here and to have such great representation from your city and from your board of education," noted Dr. Ross. "When you have this kind of community support, you are going to have successful schools."

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