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Latest edition of Engage, the Erlanger-Elsmere School District newsletter, now available
The Winter 2013 edition of Engage, the district's newsletter, is on its way to the homes of every citizen of the district. The latest edition includes, among more than a dozen total stories, articles about Lloyd junior Addison Bosley, a national champion in the sport of Orienteering; another about local community and business partnerships; and still another about the success Miles Elementary has had with the use of Chromebooks. If you don't live in the district (or if you do and just can't wait for your copy to be delivered), you can read the newsletter online here.
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Stay informed about district weather decisions
As winter weather season approaches, the Erlanger-Elsmere School District wants to remind students, parents, staff, and community of the many ways that you can stay informed about any decisions that are made regarding school closings or delays.Girl Scout troop hosts Special Needs Awareness Day
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October 31 was not just Halloween at Arnett Elementary School. I was also "A Day in Their Shoes" Special Needs Awareness Day, created and presented by Junior Girl Scout Troop #1689
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Rotary Club donates dictionaries to district third graders
The Kenton County Rotary Club recently made a generous donation of more than 500 dictionaries to the Erlanger-Elsmere School District. The donation will allow every third grade student (and then some!) to receive a free dictionary. The donation was recently featured in an article on the Cincinnati.com website.
Read the article at cincinnati.com.
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