WCS recognizes ‘Girls on the Run’


The not-for-profit Energize Clinton County (ECC) donated $2,600 to Wilmington High School to purchase a vinyl cutter. From left are ECC representatives Jeff Drapalik, Taylor Stuckert and Corey Cockerill, and WHS library and media coordinator Steve Reed. At the same school board meeting, Juliet Priest, an aunt to an East End Elementary student, donated a $400 tomato chair to the East End Preschool, and Barry and Denise Wisecup of Wilmington donated $50 for school lunches for students in need at East End Elementary.

The not-for-profit Energize Clinton County (ECC) donated $2,600 to Wilmington High School to purchase a vinyl cutter. From left are ECC representatives Jeff Drapalik, Taylor Stuckert and Corey Cockerill, and WHS library and media coordinator Steve Reed. At the same school board meeting, Juliet Priest, an aunt to an East End Elementary student, donated a $400 tomato chair to the East End Preschool, and Barry and Denise Wisecup of Wilmington donated $50 for school lunches for students in need at East End Elementary.


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Participants in the “Girls on the Run” program at Denver Place Elementary were recognized at a March meeting of the Wilmington City Schools Board of Education. Girls on the Run is a 10-week program intended to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident through a fun curriculum that integrates running and fitness. From left in the front row are Larkyn Groves, Larkyn Johnson, Jillian Smart and Aidynne Tippett; from left in the second row are Maggie Snowball, Lucy Kramer, Savannah Kuhn, Emma Brookes and Layla Pursely-Perkins; while the adult coaches are Principal Karen Long and third-grade teacher Natalie Steinmetz. The hope is that Denver Place and East End will again have Girls on the Run groups next year. Community members interested in being part of the coaching team — the training is free — or interested in donating to the non-profit organization, can contact Long at Karen.long@wilmington.k12.oh.us .


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The not-for-profit Energize Clinton County (ECC) donated $2,600 to Wilmington High School to purchase a vinyl cutter. From left are ECC representatives Jeff Drapalik, Taylor Stuckert and Corey Cockerill, and WHS library and media coordinator Steve Reed. At the same school board meeting, Juliet Priest, an aunt to an East End Elementary student, donated a $400 tomato chair to the East End Preschool, and Barry and Denise Wisecup of Wilmington donated $50 for school lunches for students in need at East End Elementary.

Participants in the “Girls on the Run” program at Denver Place Elementary were recognized at a March meeting of the Wilmington City Schools Board of Education. Girls on the Run is a 10-week program intended to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident through a fun curriculum that integrates running and fitness. From left in the front row are Larkyn Groves, Larkyn Johnson, Jillian Smart and Aidynne Tippett; from left in the second row are Maggie Snowball, Lucy Kramer, Savannah Kuhn, Emma Brookes and Layla Pursely-Perkins; while the adult coaches are Principal Karen Long and third-grade teacher Natalie Steinmetz. The hope is that Denver Place and East End will again have Girls on the Run groups next year. Community members interested in being part of the coaching team — the training is free — or interested in donating to the non-profit organization, can contact Long at Karen.long@wilmington.k12.oh.us .

The not-for-profit Energize Clinton County (ECC) donated $2,600 to Wilmington High School to purchase a vinyl cutter. From left are ECC representatives Jeff Drapalik, Taylor Stuckert and Corey Cockerill, and WHS library and media coordinator Steve Reed. At the same school board meeting, Juliet Priest, an aunt to an East End Elementary student, donated a $400 tomato chair to the East End Preschool, and Barry and Denise Wisecup of Wilmington donated $50 for school lunches for students in need at East End Elementary.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/03/web1_ecc_.jpgThe not-for-profit Energize Clinton County (ECC) donated $2,600 to Wilmington High School to purchase a vinyl cutter. From left are ECC representatives Jeff Drapalik, Taylor Stuckert and Corey Cockerill, and WHS library and media coordinator Steve Reed. At the same school board meeting, Juliet Priest, an aunt to an East End Elementary student, donated a $400 tomato chair to the East End Preschool, and Barry and Denise Wisecup of Wilmington donated $50 for school lunches for students in need at East End Elementary. Courtesy photos

Participants in the “Girls on the Run” program at Denver Place Elementary were recognized at a March meeting of the Wilmington City Schools Board of Education. Girls on the Run is a 10-week program intended to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident through a fun curriculum that integrates running and fitness. From left in the front row are Larkyn Groves, Larkyn Johnson, Jillian Smart and Aidynne Tippett; from left in the second row are Maggie Snowball, Lucy Kramer, Savannah Kuhn, Emma Brookes and Layla Pursely-Perkins; while the adult coaches are Principal Karen Long and third-grade teacher Natalie Steinmetz. The hope is that Denver Place and East End will again have Girls on the Run groups next year. Community members interested in being part of the coaching team — the training is free — or interested in donating to the non-profit organization, can contact Long at Karen.long@wilmington.k12.oh.us .
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/03/web1_girls_on_run_.jpgParticipants in the “Girls on the Run” program at Denver Place Elementary were recognized at a March meeting of the Wilmington City Schools Board of Education. Girls on the Run is a 10-week program intended to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident through a fun curriculum that integrates running and fitness. From left in the front row are Larkyn Groves, Larkyn Johnson, Jillian Smart and Aidynne Tippett; from left in the second row are Maggie Snowball, Lucy Kramer, Savannah Kuhn, Emma Brookes and Layla Pursely-Perkins; while the adult coaches are Principal Karen Long and third-grade teacher Natalie Steinmetz. The hope is that Denver Place and East End will again have Girls on the Run groups next year. Community members interested in being part of the coaching team — the training is free — or interested in donating to the non-profit organization, can contact Long at Karen.long@wilmington.k12.oh.us . Courtesy photos