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State Rep. Margaret Ann Ruhl, right, presents Fredericktown Superintendent Jim Peterson with a House resolution commending the district for the high school’s “Excellent” rating on the 2011-12 report card.
State Rep. Margaret Ann Ruhl, right, presents Fredericktown Superintendent Jim Peterson with a House resolution commending the district for the high school’s “Excellent” rating on the 2011-12 report card. (Photo by Pamela Schehl) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
May 17, 2013 11:37 am EDT

 

FREDERICKTOWN — At Thursday’s school board meeting, State Rep. Margaret Ann Ruhl and the Ohio House paid tribute to Fredericktown High School for its “Excellent” rating on the 2011-12 school report card. As she presented the formal resolution, Ruhl said, “I’m proud of what’s going on here.”

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Ruhl also asked the board for its input as to a proposal to eliminate the requirement for a front license plate. She said some school bus drivers, as well as law enforcement personnel, have lobbied to keep the two-plate rule.

Another guest at the meeting was Paul Pendleton of Finding Leaders, the firm which is assisting the board in its search for a new superintendent.

He said 29 applications have been received

 

 

 

 

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