Archive - Aug 26, 2011 - News Article
Wapakoneta City Schools continue to be labeled â€śeffectiveâ€ť based on results of state report cards released this week by the Ohio Department of Education, but its performance index improved.
â€śIn general, weâ€™re pretty darn proud of the progress weâ€™ve done,â€ť Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner said.. â€śWe havenâ€™t made leaps, but weâ€™ve certainly moved a couple of steps forward. There are some reasons for celebration.â€ť
Administrators at both the Botkins and Waynesfield-Goshen school districts voiced their pleasure with their respective school districtâ€™s 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 Mondayâ€™s 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.