Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Providing college level courses for students at Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington High School will be a priority in the next year, thanks to partnerships with several Ohio based colleges and technical centers. The district has also been in contact with Southern State Community College. Skinner said SSCC has been hoping to retain post secondary students who are currently enrolled in classes with them. However, due to rising gas prices, Southern State is looking for other alternatives. Skinner said current RULH teachers are eligible to become adjunct professors with SSCC in order to continue to provide students with additional classes without having to drive to northern Brown County.
Posted by Ray at 5:00 AM