The Finneytown Local School District (the “District”) seeks Statements of Qualifications from design professionals to provide design and construction administration services for the District’s New K-6 Building and 7-12 Building Construction Project (the Project”). The Project is being constructed through the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission’s Expedited Local Partnership Program. Interested firms may obtain a copy of the Request for Qualifications from Terri Noe, Superintendent, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualifications will be accepted until noon on November 25, 2019.
The Finneytown Local School District Board of Education is requesting statements of qualifications pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 9.33, et seq., from firms to provide construction manager at risk services for its New K-6 and 7-12 Building Construction Project. Interested firms may obtain a copy of the RFQ from Terri Noe at email@example.com. Qualifications will be accepted until 12:00 p.m. local time, November 29, 2019.
Dear Finneytown. Words cannot begin to express the gratitude I feel towards this community! I am so proud to be part of Finneytown. I fell in love with this district 4 years ago when I moved here. I grow fonder every day of the people and the place. Thank you to every person who worked with the team to get the word out. Thank you to every person who voted. Thank you for continuing to be a community that supports …
Thank you Finneytown for your support and confidence in us! While your votes pushed us over the top, we welcome your continued input as we build Finneytown’s future. We will continue to share updates and information on the district’s plans for the new facilities. Stay tuned to the district website www.finneytown.org
In an effort to provide comprehensive programming and increase access to mental health counseling and supports, Finneytown Local School District is strengthening the bonds with community partners. Last school year, Finneytown Local School District began a partnership with MindPeace, a local organization that coordinates mental health services for educational agencies. The collaboration allows FLSD to meet the mental health needs of all of the students in addition to families. Through the coordination with MindPeace, FLSD is currently partnering with Catalyst …
Introducing Finneytown Local School District’s Fall 2019 newsletter.
The Council on Child Abuse visited each classroom at the end of September to teach students about bullying awareness and response. Additionally, Student Council President, Violet Kimnach, has been sharing a Bullying Awareness fact per day over morning announcements.
Students of the Month were recognized during our Monthly Whitaker Way Assembly. Students were selected based upon showing our Whitaker Way: Being Respectful, Being Responsible, Being Positive. Students received certificates and had their pictures taken to be added to the “Whitaker Way” wall poster Students of the month were treated to donuts with Mr. Anderson on Monday, October 7th. The Celebratory Breakfast is used to reinforce, incentivize, and recognize students who show the “Whitaker Way” on a regular basis.