Clinton County school superintendents meet with health officials


Wilmington City Schools hosted a meeting Wednesday, June 10 with multiple stakeholders in the field of education and public health to discuss the opening of schools in fall 2020. The superintendents of all four public schools in Clinton County were present along with Dr. Terry Holten, medical director of the Clinton County Health District and Pam Walker-Bauer, Clinton County health commissioner. The discussions focused on potential plans that may be carried out for the forthcoming school year. All parties agreed to work together and hope to provide plans to their respective communities in the near future. The superintendents pledged to meet multiple times in the next month to help share ideas around safety. Holten and Walker-Bauer also pledge their support and attendance if called upon. Going clockwise from the left foreground are Blanchester Superintendent Dean Lynch, Southern Ohio Educational Service Center (SOESC) Superintendent Beth Justice, East Clinton Superintendent Eric Magee, Clinton-Massie Superintendent Matt Baker, Dr. Holten, Walker-Bauer, and Wilmington Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart.

Wilmington City Schools hosted a meeting Wednesday, June 10 with multiple stakeholders in the field of education and public health to discuss the opening of schools in fall 2020. The superintendents of all four public schools in Clinton County were present along with Dr. Terry Holten, medical director of the Clinton County Health District and Pam Walker-Bauer, Clinton County health commissioner. The discussions focused on potential plans that may be carried out for the forthcoming school year. All parties agreed to work together and hope to provide plans to their respective communities in the near future. The superintendents pledged to meet multiple times in the next month to help share ideas around safety. Holten and Walker-Bauer also pledge their support and attendance if called upon. Going clockwise from the left foreground are Blanchester Superintendent Dean Lynch, Southern Ohio Educational Service Center (SOESC) Superintendent Beth Justice, East Clinton Superintendent Eric Magee, Clinton-Massie Superintendent Matt Baker, Dr. Holten, Walker-Bauer, and Wilmington Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart.


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Wilmington City Schools hosted a meeting Wednesday, June 10 with multiple stakeholders in the field of education and public health to discuss the opening of schools in fall 2020. The superintendents of all four public schools in Clinton County were present along with Dr. Terry Holten, medical director of the Clinton County Health District and Pam Walker-Bauer, Clinton County health commissioner. The discussions focused on potential plans that may be carried out for the forthcoming school year. All parties agreed to work together and hope to provide plans to their respective communities in the near future. The superintendents pledged to meet multiple times in the next month to help share ideas around safety. Holten and Walker-Bauer also pledge their support and attendance if called upon. Going clockwise from the left foreground are Blanchester Superintendent Dean Lynch, Southern Ohio Educational Service Center (SOESC) Superintendent Beth Justice, East Clinton Superintendent Eric Magee, Clinton-Massie Superintendent Matt Baker, Dr. Holten, Walker-Bauer, and Wilmington Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart.

Wilmington City Schools hosted a meeting Wednesday, June 10 with multiple stakeholders in the field of education and public health to discuss the opening of schools in fall 2020. The superintendents of all four public schools in Clinton County were present along with Dr. Terry Holten, medical director of the Clinton County Health District and Pam Walker-Bauer, Clinton County health commissioner. The discussions focused on potential plans that may be carried out for the forthcoming school year. All parties agreed to work together and hope to provide plans to their respective communities in the near future. The superintendents pledged to meet multiple times in the next month to help share ideas around safety. Holten and Walker-Bauer also pledge their support and attendance if called upon. Going clockwise from the left foreground are Blanchester Superintendent Dean Lynch, Southern Ohio Educational Service Center (SOESC) Superintendent Beth Justice, East Clinton Superintendent Eric Magee, Clinton-Massie Superintendent Matt Baker, Dr. Holten, Walker-Bauer, and Wilmington Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/06/web1_superintendents_p-1.jpgWilmington City Schools hosted a meeting Wednesday, June 10 with multiple stakeholders in the field of education and public health to discuss the opening of schools in fall 2020. The superintendents of all four public schools in Clinton County were present along with Dr. Terry Holten, medical director of the Clinton County Health District and Pam Walker-Bauer, Clinton County health commissioner. The discussions focused on potential plans that may be carried out for the forthcoming school year. All parties agreed to work together and hope to provide plans to their respective communities in the near future. The superintendents pledged to meet multiple times in the next month to help share ideas around safety. Holten and Walker-Bauer also pledge their support and attendance if called upon. Going clockwise from the left foreground are Blanchester Superintendent Dean Lynch, Southern Ohio Educational Service Center (SOESC) Superintendent Beth Justice, East Clinton Superintendent Eric Magee, Clinton-Massie Superintendent Matt Baker, Dr. Holten, Walker-Bauer, and Wilmington Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart. Submitted photo