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PROFILE UPDATES


•   David L Price Jr (1970)  10/28
•   Carol Farris (Farris) (1969)  9/23
•   Regina D Benton (Stevenson) (1977)  9/23
•   Annette Johnson (Fields) (1977)  9/22
•   Gregory Ferguson (1979)  9/21
•   Virginia Stevens (1979)  9/21
•   DeLana Williams (1980)  9/21
•   Donna Croom (1979)  9/21
•   Beverly Terry (1979)  9/21
•   Bonita Baker (1979)  9/21
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WHERE WE LIVE


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1 lives in Alabama
6 live in California
2 live in Colorado
2 live in Florida
10 live in Georgia
1 lives in Maryland
3 live in Michigan
2 live in New York
4 live in North Carolina
127 live in Ohio
2 live in Texas
3 live in Virginia
154 location unknown

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Brenda Whitaker (Boschee) (1970)  11/11
•   Rebecca Key (1975)  11/13
•   Tony Hawkins (Hawkins) (1966)  11/16
•   Celia Dozier (Jackson) (1970)  11/19
•   Celia Dozier (Jackson) (1970)  11/19
•   Bryan Jones (1969)  11/24
•   Keesha Sellars (1990)  11/25
•   Richard Carr (1973)  12/3
•   Thomas Lindsay (1988)  12/9

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

The recommendations, which take effect as early as next school year, include: •Consolidate Glenville, New Tech Collinwood and Martin Luther King Jr. high schools at the existing Glenville location. Though located in one building, effective next school year, current students would remain part of New Tech Collinwood and Martin Luther King until their classes graduate. •Consolidate Jane Addams Business Careers, New Tech East and Washington Park Environmental Studies high schools at East Tech. Current Jane Addams and Washington Park students would move but be considered students of those schools until they graduate. •Phase out and close Design Lab Early College and New Tech West high schools because of low enrollment. •Build a new Lincoln-West Campus, home to the Lincoln-West School of Global Studies and Lincoln-West School of Science and Health. The project, which was already planned, would be part of continuing modernization program funded by the state and a local bond issue. Since 2002, CMSD has built or substantially renovated nearly 50 buildings. •Relocate Whitney M. Young High School and make it a gifted and talented program in a new JFK Campus that is to be ready for next school year. •Follow earlier recommendations to close four K-8 schools – Case, Iowa-Maple, Michael R. White and Willow – and consolidate two -- Clark and Walton – in a new building. The District also would build a new Marion C. Seltzer and renovate Joseph M. Gallagher.

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