Springfield City Schools http://wyso.org en Springfield City Schools Suspends Pay to Play Fees for Athletics http://wyso.org/post/springfield-city-schools-suspends-pay-play-fees-athletics <p>The Springfield School Board voted Thursday night to suspend pay-to-play fees for student athletes.&nbsp; The suspension of fees will be for three years and families who have already paid fees for this year will be reimbursed.<br><br>Superintendent Dr. David Estrop says the district's decision to suspend fees for three years is due in large part to the community’s support in May of a 2.2-mill bond levy. Athletes have been paying up to $150 to play sports at the middle and high school levels.<br> Fri, 09 Aug 2013 21:13:08 +0000 Wayne Baker 37515 at http://wyso.org Ohio's New Budget Leaves Two Clark County Schools Without More Funding http://wyso.org/post/ohios-new-budget-leaves-two-clark-county-schools-without-more-funding <p><br></p><p></p> Thu, 11 Jul 2013 22:24:26 +0000 Wayne Baker 36061 at http://wyso.org Springfield City School will benefit from Ohio GOP House budget http://wyso.org/post/springfield-city-school-will-benefit-ohio-gop-house-budget <p>Springfield City School administrators have had time to digest the school funding plan released by Ohio House Republicans. Under the House plan, schools will receive nearly $121 million less next year than in Governor John Kasich's plan. Springfield City Schools fare well under the House plan.<br><br>In their school funding budget, House Republicans increased per-pupil funding in Ohio from $5,000 in Kasich’s plan to $5,732 in 2014, which is the same amount that has been in place since 2009.<br> Thu, 18 Apr 2013 19:35:06 +0000 Wayne Baker 31887 at http://wyso.org Gov. Kasich's school reform budget reviewed by Estrop http://wyso.org/post/gov-kasichs-school-reform-budget-reviewed-estrop <p><br><font color="black" face="arial" size="2"><font color="black" face="arial" size="2">Springfield's Superintendent of Schools, Dr. David Estrop ,says he is pleased with Governor John Kasich's education budget and reform proposal. Estrop feels the plan will benefit the school system.<br><br>Kasich's two-year budget plan calls for the state to pay for low income students who want to attend any K through 12 school including charter and private religious schools.<br> Fri, 01 Feb 2013 20:33:55 +0000 Wayne Baker 28435 at http://wyso.org Springfield School Officials and Police Discuss School Safety http://wyso.org/post/springfield-school-officials-and-police-discuss-school-safety <p></p><p></p><p></p> Tue, 15 Jan 2013 19:32:01 +0000 Wayne Baker 27664 at http://wyso.org