Archive - Aug 26, 2011 - News Article
Wapakoneta City Schools continue to be labeled âeffectiveâ based on results of state report cards released this week by the Ohio Department of Education, but its performance index improved.
âIn general, weâre pretty darn proud of the progress weâve done,â Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner said.. âWe havenât made leaps, but weâve certainly moved a couple of steps forward. There are some reasons for celebration.â
Administrators at both the Botkins and Waynesfield-Goshen school districts voiced their pleasure with their respective school districtâs report card numbers that were released this week.
Botkins Local Schools students managed to meet all 26 indicators on the report card, while Waynesfield-Goshen Local Schools students managed to meet 21 of the 26.
For Botkins students, it marked the sixth straight year that they achieved a perfect mark meeting the 26 indicators and receiving the excellent designation.
WAYNESFIELD â Waynesfield Village Council members met briefly Thursday and finally approved an insurance package plan after listening to a local health insurance agent explain the new policy.
Finance Committee members recommended at Mondayâs regular meeting that the full council accept Derryberry & Davis Insurance after researching new plans. The former plan had expired effective July 1 and the council was temporarily paying for the former policy on a month by basis.