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We are a learning community that inspires our students and staff to think critically, grow intellectually, and live with integrity. #morethanadistrict

Think. Grow. Live.

Bullying Awareness

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. 

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Finneytown facilities history timeline 1996 – Voters approve a 3.96 mill, $8.71 million bond issue over 28 years. Funds were used to con- struct eight (8) additional classrooms, a new media center and computer lab, renovate program areas, and make significant roof, HVAC, flooring, window, lighting, painting, and parking lot

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students presenting Whitaker way assembly

Whitaker Way Assembly and September Students of the Month

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

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Did You Know? Finneytown Local School District Rated AA! S&P Global analyzes and provides credit scores on school districts looking to borrow money in the financial markets. Since 2010, Finneytown Local School District has held S&P Global’s AA rating. The AA rating is a very strong, high quality, investment grade

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Why are Finneytown taxes so high? A question that sometimes comes up is “Why are Finneytown taxes so high?” Finneytown Local School District is committed to maintaining the highest standards of fiscal responsibility and stewardship. So while the cause isn’t waste or inefficiency, there are some very valid reasons for

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Administrative Offices

8916 Fontainebleau Terrace
Cincinnati, OH 45231

513.728.3700 – phone
513.931.0986 – fax

Secondary Campus

8916 Fontainebleau Terrace
Cincinnati, OH 45231

513.931.0712 – phone
513.728.7230 – fax

Whitaker Elementary

7400 Winton Road
Cincinnati, OH 45224

513.728.3737 -phone
513.728.3725 – fax

Brent Elementary

8791 Brent Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45231

513.728.3720 – phone
513.728.7243 – fax

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