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Market Day Pick-Up
Tue May 20 2014
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Tue May 20 2014
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Mon May 26 2014
News & Information
Emergency responders schedule training at Summit campus
A training program for several of the area’s emergency response agencies is planned for the afternoon of Friday, May 2, at the Summit Road campus of Reynoldsburg High School. As part of the Reynoldsburg City Schools’ efforts to continuously enhance the safety of local school buildings, partners at the Reynoldsburg Police, Truro Township and Southwest Licking Fire departments, and other emergency responders have helped create a new Emergency Operations Plan that covers a variety of emergency services. The afternoon’s activities will include a controlled detonation by the Franklin County Bomb Squad behind the high school campus; emergency vehicles of various kinds arriving with accompanying lights and sirens (but at speeds of 15 mph or less); a MedFlight helicopter landing at the school; and evacuation of students and staff.  
Baldwin invites participation in Soil Day
Students, staff, families and friends of Baldwin Road Middle School are invited to take part in Soil Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 26. Hosted by the school’s Soil Design Committee, the Earth Day-style event will offer plenty of opportunities to pitch in: Participants will clean up the courtyard, weed and rake the raised flower beds, spread topsoil and mulch, transplant flowers, and clean windows. Those who would like to donate flowers from their gardens are encouraged to bring as much as they like. Participants are asked to bring along rakes, garden gloves, and shovels. The event is open to anyone in the school district interested in helping out.  
Students raising additional funds to visit Civil War monument
Fifth-graders at Waggoner Road Middle School who began a campaign earlier this year to raise money to repair a Civil War statue in Tennessee have achieved their goal. Now they’ve set a new one. Derek Hinkle’s students successfully raised $5,000 to replace the hands and drumstick on the statue of a young drummer boy in a monument on Missionary Ridge honoring Ohio Union soldiers. That work is expected to be completed in May. Now they’ve begun another fundraiser, trying to bring in $4,000 to charter a bus to take them to Tennessee to see the historic site and the monument their effort helped to restore.  
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