Goat climbs onto Miami County roof

The deputy was dispatched Friday to a report of a goat on the roof of a residence in the county.

The deputy was able to lead the goat to the rear part of the rooftop that was closer to the ground so it could get back down, according to a social media post from the Miami County Sheriff’s Office.

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people in the Dayton region fare worse on many measures of health, economics and education than their white neighbors and compared to communities across the country.”},{“_id”:”5ORH33IOPBCEPKJPRABBTSWTOQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614294455770},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Finding solutions to the racism that is at the root of those inequities is critical to improving the lives of people of color and moving our entire region forward.”},{“_id”:”4PPPDBYAIVHGZDHFSFMT7MZTJI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944694},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We’re all in this together and if the Dayton region is going to thrive and prosper, it’s not going to be just one group or one part of the town,” said Amaha Sellassie, a community organizer and sociologist at Sinclair Community 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That’s why we are launching a new project today, the Path Forward: Race and Equity. This story lays out some of the data that reveals the inequities that exist in our region. Over the next several months we will dig into why racist policies and programs persist in our region and examine solutions in the areas of health, jobs and the economy, public safety and criminal justice, housing and education.”},{“_id”:”IK4BPKQZDZA7RF6PUGAEUWRD64″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944696},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Many of these disparities have persisted for many decades, and civil rights leaders locally and nationally have worked to correct them. But the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis last May led to protests in more than 30 communities across our region and a groundswell of support for changes.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”coxohio”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”Fairborn resident Syrita Nuttall holds her one-year-old son, Jalen Highsmith, during a protest for George Floyd on Main Street Thursday afternoon. 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William Crotty Center.”},{“_id”:”FGMO3UT5BFADXGR2Q74VSHLFZ4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614265560481},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the past year, multiple governments and health departments in Southwest Ohio and the nation declared racism a public health crisis. The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, representing the region’s largest business voices, made a statement in support of such declarations.”},{“_id”:”NYMYJWNDWJEVVASUPLBVXFGNRM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601432},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Racism affects the entire community, Sweet said, even people who might not recognize it in their day-to-day lives.”},{“_id”:”7PII3OKUSVEFZKKLPOTOCO77IQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601433},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“For example … if everyone doesn’t have a quality education, then our workforce is not as completely competent as it should be or as it could be, which then affects everyone,” she said.”},{“_id”:”IG6RDQRWIRBYVPZMU5PO4YAVLY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944701},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Dayton region is among the 10 metro areas in the country with the highest concentration of Black children in very low-opportunity neighborhoods, according to a Brandeis University study.”},{“_id”:”B542DHQB6BFKTICKEXICFBAS6E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614101906542},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The challenge, according to experts and community leaders, is reckoning with the reality that both historical and current racist policies and practices ― intentional or not ― create these unequal outcomes.”},{“_id”:”2TFSRPDGNNDURBGPV6FJF3LVHE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601428},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“People will often tell folks, ‘Just pull yourself up by your bootstraps,’” said Dr. Alonzo Patterson, a pediatrician in Dayton and past president of Gem City Medical Dental Pharmaceutical, an organization of African American and minority medical professionals in the Miami Valley. “Well, I would argue that a lot of people of color have been pulling on their bootstraps for a long, long time and oftentimes those bootstraps just fall off (because) they have been pulled on so much.””},{“_id”:”2LQ5SUVTLZFHFLHECX3XFZDPBM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601424},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Health”},{“_id”:”NYMYJWNDWJEVVASUPLBVXFGNRM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601432},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Health statistics are some of the clearest indicators of the toll racism takes on minority people.”},{“_id”:”MVGEXEOIRFFYRAF3P3I6FJ5QH4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601426},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Black babies die at a rate more than double that of white babies in Montgomery County and across Ohio.”},{“_id”:”S23XFSVQ5JCOZM3DEAEJXU35R4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944707},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Black men in Montgomery County have an average life expectancy of 65.5 years, according to the 2019 Community Health Assessment by Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County. In comparison, white men typically live 71.6 years and white women 78 years.”},{“_id”:”PUJEYSKHKRHGHCUMLQ336GCIYU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Data points like this point are indicative “},{“pos”:133,”comment”:”He said “},{“pos”:271,”comment”:”including much of Dayton proper, “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601444},”type”:”text”,”content”:”That indicates a lack of access to adequate health care for minority individuals and their poorer living conditions, said Patterson. The community needs to increase the availability of quality and affordable health care providers in disadvantaged neighborhoods, he said, as well as increase the number of minority practitioners.”},{“_id”:”5W7QRC2BJBGOBKYOW3UIKT6C44″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”KN4J3DLF2VHF5OFQ6KZS7JVNSA”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”‘Children can’t be what they can’t see:’ Collaboration encouraged to increase Black doctor numbers”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/children-cant-be-what-they-cant-see-collaboration-encouraged-to-increase-black-doctor-numbers/XVGEEEK2ZFGCND7RBIYVCGP5TY/”},{“_id”:”RWVURQGJMNDD7JK5VVHSHSV6LU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:56,”comment”:” like”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601446},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But health care is only one piece of the puzzle. Factors such as access to a quality education, well-paying job, affordable and safe housing and nutritious food contribute to an individual’s health, Patterson said. These factors are often referred to as the social determinants of health.”},{“_id”:”TEOBQ36Z7RFLBBVZDDZHOIN2TI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601447},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Declaring racism a public crisis is an acknowledgement of the reality that the Miami Valley is inhospitable to Black and minority residents, Patterson said, and a step toward addressing social determinants of health.”},{“_id”:”PF6EUYKNE5HDRMZRYLCI6HNOQY”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”54UVWL37IJFUNCNI57C5WWXK6U”},”type”:”raw_html”,”content”:”“},{“_id”:”LCA7DOCSDJDAPCHN3RYX5P6QYY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1613586571151},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Jobs and economy”},{“_id”:”J4D35B66IVFB7PFTU3NTUZTK5I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902038},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Black people represent a little more than 40% of Dayton’s population, but they lag behind white people in terms of income, wealth and financial stability ― gaps that have likely widened during the COVID-19 pandemic, said Eddie Koen, CEO of the Urban League of Greater Southwest Ohio.”},{“_id”:”VCWM5UBMRBGQ7PUUI2UGY5QYAM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902047},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But he is encouraged by the coalition of people now who genuinely want to tackle economic inequities like never before, he said.”},{“_id”:”XQNULYR6NRBC3BBKFFNOXE4FDY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944714},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The median household income is more than $20,000 higher for white residents than Black people in Montgomery, Greene and Miami counties, according to pre-pandemic U.S. Census Bureau estimates from 2015-2019.”},{“_id”:”4GCDSOQMMFDDRET52T6VN4Y7AU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:83,”comment”:”the percentage “},{“pos”:106,”comment”:” residents living “},{“pos”:176,”comment”:”with over more than 30% of Black In Montgomery County, more than 30% of Black people live below the poverty line, according to Census Bureau. 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MARSHALL GORBYSTAFF”,”source”:{“system”:”photo center”,”edit_url”:”https://coxohio.arcpublishing.com/photo/4KVBECBA3VAZNOS6KLVFMBRLJI”,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”taxonomy”:{“associated_tasks”:[]},”type”:”image”,”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/coxohio/4KVBECBA3VAZNOS6KLVFMBRLJI.jpg”,”geo”:{},”licensable”:false,”credits”:{“by”:[{“name”:” “,”type”:”author”,”byline”:” “}]},”subtitle”:”racial inequality”,”width”:4064,”_id”:”4KVBECBA3VAZNOS6KLVFMBRLJI”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/kGMB-hkOh2MXCRaASXVOzKkjvL0=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/4KVBECBA3VAZNOS6KLVFMBRLJI.jpg”,”owner”:”[email protected]”,”comments”:[],”keywords”:[“”],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/kGMB-hkOh2MXCRaASXVOzKkjvL0=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/4KVBECBA3VAZNOS6KLVFMBRLJI.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2021-02-24T19:50:40Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/coxohio/4KVBECBA3VAZNOS6KLVFMBRLJI.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/kGMB-hkOh2MXCRaASXVOzKkjvL0=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/4KVBECBA3VAZNOS6KLVFMBRLJI.jpg”,”ingestionMethod”:”manual”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/zBhoWgKsWEMCqiJYq5MX1mGTqHs=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/4KVBECBA3VAZNOS6KLVFMBRLJI.jpg”,”version”:1,”originalName”:”Jobs.jpg”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”template_id”:623,”galleries”:[],”_id”:”JJLM4B6FFNBVHBBNEIUVPY3GMQ”},”created_date”:”2021-02-25T19:37:57Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2021-02-26T14:37:29Z”,”height”:2688,”image_type”:”photograph”},{“_id”:”57MGCCXUYRDZ7PCU4C75STEYRM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:108,”comment”:”THIS IS THE CURRENT BLACK UNEMPLOYMENT RATE RIGHT? the group found. The median annual income for whites in Montgomery County in 2015 was nearly $40,000, compared to $17,000 for the average Black family. They found that as a result of the income gap, 32.5% of Montgomery County’s Black residents live in poverty, compared to 12.3% of whites, according to the report.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944717},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Black unemployment rate of 13.1% in the Dayton metro area is more than twice the rate of white workers .”},{“_id”:”DWNV347XJBCF3LIHHUFAOBCYQM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”The unemployment and wealth gaps stem from a variety of factors, including decades of racist practices and policies, inequities in educations and the like. There’s been some progress in recent years, “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902041},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dayton region employers want to diversify their workforce but have trouble finding diverse employees, said Chris Kershner, president and CEO of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce. The chamber’s minority business partnership has worked the past decade to advocate for diversity and help large purchasing organizations develop their supply chain diversity plans, he said.”},{“_id”:”FNWGC5WP3RDZXKX7VKGRELL3BM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”After George Floyd died, nearly 90 businesses in the region supported the Chamber in calling on local, state and the federal government to declare racism as a public health crisis, Kershner said.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902043},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”WXKNKH5Q7ZFADMS7ION3TMMFWE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:271,”comment”:”The company’s also looking at how to decrease disparities in minority communities, she said.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902044},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Companies such as Premier Health created an equity plan that calls for such things as leveraging their internal talent pipeline and increasing the diversity of their workforce so that it mirrors the communities they serve, said Stacey Lawson, director of human resources.”},{“_id”:”KA5ZB3II3NG6FAF3WQ5HF6LPTY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Another approach to eliminating the employment gap is to have a thriving downtown because they’re typically close to underserved neighborhoods, said Andrew Beauchamp, an economics professor at Wright State University. Creating employment opportunities in or near Black communities will also help close the employment gap, he said.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902045},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”HML6NMS6EFDJ5NOBK7TJ5YB4IM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902046},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The city of Dayton developed a plan to bring employment opportunities closer to the city’s Black community as a way of addressing the employment gap, said Ford Weber, director of economic development. They’re in the process of redeveloping brownfield tracks of land such as the Wright-Hangar factory site in West Dayton, and a company called Economy Linen recently announced that its building a facility there, he said.”},{“_id”:”VCWM5UBMRBGQ7PUUI2UGY5QYAM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”The coronavirus pandemic and last summer’s social justice protests exposed the racial disparities even more, Keon said. 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So we’ve been encouraged, even the ones who may feel like they’re completely out of scope about what they know, there’s still some value of them putting out a statement (that discouraging racism).”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902048},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”DXJOQK2OMRHNDFI3YNJKC6553I”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”VC23DF3MFNHN7DEFLLAUFLSCBQ”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”10 Black-owned businesses in Dayton area you should know about”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/what-to-know/10-black-owned-businesses-in-dayton-area-you-should-know-about/EPQQNYFEX5FVRDJEZ2KFFNGUL4/”},{“_id”:”DNGJCZLWGBHFHG64OWAVPK6LYM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601449},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Public safety and criminal justice”},{“_id”:”VW4P4VQREZAS5F5HMBHN62WCH4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Renewed attention on racial equality this past year started with the killing of George Floyd and minorities speaking out about police brutality, said Sweet, the University of Dayton sociologist.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614194733618},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”7DLSFHGXA5E4BH6Y6PE6L62ZPU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Black residents and advocacy groups in the Dayton region have repeatedly said it’s happening here: minorities are over-policed and treated unjustly by law enforcement and the criminal justice system.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614194733619},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”FDJ7IL3M4FBWNKDAUYINF3ZMOY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Sweet pointed to a 2019 study conducted by Advocates for Basic Legal Equality that found that Oakwood police stopped and ticketed Black drivers at a much higher rate than their population is represented in the mostly white city.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614194733620},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”3PSCYZ76BJBPNEUAEP2EX3IAJQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614272477552},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The protests following Floyd’s killing focused on policing reforms.”},{“_id”:”PU3BVAE3N5FEVHOKIYH63KYTQE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:61,”comment”:”of the “},{“pos”:155,”comment”:”the “},{“pos”:166,”comment”:”of “},{“pos”:212,”comment”:”the discontinuation of “},{“pos”:221,”comment”:”controversial “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944730},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Advocates like the Black Lives Matter Dayton chapter and the NAACP Dayton Unit have made demands that have not been met by all area departments, including purchasing body cameras for all officers and eliminating Dayton’s gunshot-detection system.”},{“_id”:”HPK73ZQONZAO3AOPA5RVA7C3SQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:155,”comment”:”several suburbs -YS isn’t a city”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614194733622},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Since the summer protests in Dayton and surrounding suburbs, some steps have been taken. Citizens committees in Dayton and other communities in the region — including Huber Heights, Yellow Springs and Fairborn — have been established to review, among other parts of city government, police department policies with a lens on equity.”},{“_id”:”HBOSGTWAGVCKPAWAMPXTUEWYPQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:208,”comment”:”the help they need “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614194733623},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dayton, Vandalia, Kettering, Butler Twp. and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office have launched programs that partner officers with mental health professionals. The goal is to get help for people in crisis instead of sending them to jail.”},{“_id”:”3PSCYZ76BJBPNEUAEP2EX3IAJQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”How do I say this Black people age 15-64 were admitted to jail at twice the rate in 2018 than white people the jail admission rate per 100,000 residents age 15-64 was more than double for Blacks than it was for whites in Montgomery, Greene, Miami and Warren counties, according to Vera Institute data.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614272477552},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”MXVZ4USRWVF2LI5KUPP5TSLWSQ”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”3AEUC6OPH5AU3NLNOOYP7GNIKA”},”type”:”raw_html”,”content”:”“},{“_id”:”BFZLSXVLH5FPHMEBYKVFYUQ3AE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614366468806},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Housing and neighborhoods”},{“_id”:”4GCDSOQMMFDDRET52T6VN4Y7AU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:84,”comment”:”About 64% of the Dayton region’s Black residents would have to relocate to be evenly distributed with whites.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614179601425},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Dayton region remains segregated, according to a Brookings Institution analysis.”},{“_id”:”PZAIST6NSVHEROY334CAM65WX4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Sweet said “},{“pos”:50,”comment”:”residents of “},{“pos”:75,”comment”:” live”},{“pos”:159,”comment”:”region’s “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614187364810},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Neighborhoods, geography and where people live in the greater Dayton region is connected directly with issues of racism and equality due to the Miami Valley’s history of segregation, including redlining and white flight.”},{“_id”:”ISU5IN52GNF3HDVKGMCO5VW5H4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:213,”comment”:”, compared with the 90 other largest U.S. metros with a Black population of at least 3%,”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614187364811},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dayton is the 23rd most segregated of the 90 largest metro areas in the U.S. with a Black population of at least 3%, according to an analysis of census data conducted by William Frey, a senior fellow at Brookings.”},{“_id”:”3GLTEPFVERDDZKMHYHJFJESMZ4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614272946879},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dayton minorities have a homeownership rate of 35.6% while white residents have a homeownership rate of 57.2%, according to a recent report by Construction Coverage.”},{“_id”:”ZPEPVGFEKNERFEP4Q4L2ZWZ5TY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614187364812},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“(Housing is) one of the areas that’s so close to that root of our issue here, that needs some more attention than we are actually giving it,” Sweet said. “It’s more difficult to address because it’s so close to the root issues.””},{“_id”:”GIA2CQT2DRH2PC3CCRLQDSERL4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:372,”comment”:”added this last part”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614187364813},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Redlining was a discriminatory practice in the 1900s. The federal government drew maps of cities that color-coded neighborhoods by race, marking minority neighborhoods as red, meaning high risk for bank loans. Banks used those maps to deny loans or charge higher rates to residents within redlined neighborhoods, as well as prevent them from moving to other neighborhoods.”},{“_id”:”DPJYPAQVWZBC7GOFRL6E6OWDLE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614187364814},”type”:”text”,”content”:”That meant families lost the opportunity to create wealth, Sweet said.”},{“_id”:”CV6BGPVS5FASVIX62QQ7IGICJI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944742},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We know that wealth generation for a long time in the U.S. was kind of dependent on home ownership. … And then again, the lost opportunity for all of the jobs that may have left that particular community due to devaluation of a neighborhood or may not even have considered coming to a community due to the devaluation of that neighborhood,” she said.”},{“owner”:{“sponsored”:false,”id”:”coxohio”},”address”:{},”syndication”:{},”caption”:”Redlining map of Dayton created by the Home Owners’ Loan Corporation in 1935. 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The goal is to create a process of implementing equity systemically and sustainably. The data collection will involve parents, students, teachers and other outside stakeholders, she said.”},{“_id”:”24EYYEECOJCCBENWSZAER5OFTU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”One of the goals for creating the plan is to identify an equity framework that will allow the district to systematically examine processes, procedures and protocols, with an equity lens.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614259218923},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”FICWK7XR7FAIHDQ5VFQ55ZC5L4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614259218924},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The issue of education gap is not unique to the Dayton region; it has plagued the country for generations, experts say. From the time the nation was founded, it was illegal for Black people to get an education, said Lawrence Burnley, vice president of diversity and inclusion at the University of Dayton.”},{“_id”:”J7Q3WUYEFJBKLDGKONJHUMBUMU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902064},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It was structured ignorance,” Burnley said. “It was intentional and purposeful illiteracy, because our value was tied to what we brought in terms of an unpaid labor force, and literacy only began to creep in to the extent that it had value toward our ability to do certain jobs on a plantation economy and then later as industrial civilization began to emerge.””},{“_id”:”CLEDCWIGFNBGJGX5JK242JT7NU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:174,”comment”:”There are messages of intellectual and cultural inferiority within the education system, and Blacks are dehumanized, he said. 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The Path Forward project seeks solutions to these problems by investigating race and equity in the Dayton region. Follow our work at DaytonDailyNews.com/path-forward.”},{“_id”:”H67BBBCRARFWXP2UWVR7BJUTDA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”DO WE HAVE ANOTHER BURNELY QUOTE THAT CAN GO HERE AS A WALK OFF?”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614294455834},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”FWB7PK7MVJABHJMMCDH3EWQAKM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”How we go to this point”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614265560487},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”I4C55ISUOBDP7FNNSYCFEBVH64″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Society can’t end racism or achieve equity if it doesn’t understand how it got to this point, experts say.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614101906544},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”S6XFN4MZX5GK7NVASMTGCMW2DM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”A tragic and complex history of injustices exists for a number of groups in the United States, particularly Black Americans and other people of color, said Lawrence Burnley, vice president of diversity and inclusion at the University of Dayton. That history can be traced back to the creation of chattel enslavement, the invention of race and all social construction that was created to place largely European men in a position of dominance. That led to racist ideologies and policies that exist today, he said.That position allowed them to maximize their wealth, he said.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902019},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”IZJ4IOA3ORHP3LRX6PCWM5N6QU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”“And so what got us to this point are the reality of racist practiced ideology and policy that manifests itself in a variety of ways in physical violence, psychological violence and emotional violence,” Burnley said.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614197902020},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”TTIXX6PFQ5G25JODTGI4EJ7YWA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291944758},”type”:”text”,”content”:”
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She also is concerned about the possible loss of opportunities for students.”},{“_id”:”5A43I6WX6VB7RDPB36EIPSDBNA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614375835312},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It’s very sad,” she said. “I just think it’s unnecessary, it just leaves me bewildered.””},{“_id”:”RXWOW77HMNH6PHVDTDK5CD3ZOM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614375298913},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Wright State has a more than $1.5 billion impact on the Dayton economy and supports 20,000 jobs, according to a 2018 SOCHE study.”},{“_id”:”MGROJDBVVFBOROC4OUBRW4525U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”While the institution’s enrollment has declined by 30% the past five years, the university specializes in attracting students from the Dayton area. 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About 72% of alumni who have graduated in the past five years live in “Raider Country,” what WSU calls the 16-county area of Allen, Aug­laize, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Darke, Greene, Logan, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby, Van Wert and Warren counties.”},{“_id”:”2M4DODZZNVCWJAH5OC44CTPJLY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:36,”comment”:”Wright State “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363983},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Wright State is your university,” President Susan Edwards said during a trustee’s meeting on Feb. 19. “We will ensure that our educational mission is upheld. We will continue to provide the region with an exceptionally affordable, high-quality, accessible, post-secondary education. 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Main campus universities across Ohio have seen their enrollment decline steadily since 2010 ― when 338,300 students were enrolled ― to 316,153 enrolled in 2019, according to the Ohio Department of Higher Education,”},{“_id”:”EVNK6UD6JVCYHIDJN47CC66WRM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363986},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Statewide about 26,814 fewer community college students enrolled in 2019 compared to 2010, about a 12% decline.”},{“_id”:”AJNBLVQZFVDPNJ6IDPHDUHGLCI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363987},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Many colleges and universities have seen a decline in their student populations during the COVID-19 pandemic, but official 2020 enrollment totals have not been released.”},{“_id”:”T55U4YXJKFBEFHCU6PO4AIRYCE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363988},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Greg Lawson, a research fellow with the Buckeye Institute, a conservative think tank that works on higher education in Ohio, said it’s not surprising that students might be considering other options when deciding what their best choices are.”},{“_id”:”BHIQPUAXJNAUHDZHJON6KYKLIU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363989},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Students may also start choosing some of the community colleges a little bit more as opposed to the four-year universities to get Associates, because sometimes that’s a pipeline in to four year schools, or for a lot of folks to get a certificate that they then can use for employment,” he said.”},{“_id”:”T6TLKZVPWJF4HK3UNIZNYYGOIA”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”7IW2CTHSQBE55CDWQIUNOXDBNM”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Wright State trustees vote to move forward with faculty cuts”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/breaking-wright-state-trustees-vote-to-move-forward-with-faculty-cuts/P2T7IUROVRG45CVWFFAWBICGDI/”},{“_id”:”ELFOJ3QAGJEM3PFNVSXD3KNNZM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363990},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Health care needs”},{“_id”:”7ZJ7YJ6DJ5CGNHFBZAKJEMFO2I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363991},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Dayton region has a huge demand for health care jobs right now. Wright State, with its Boonshoft School of Medicine, School of Professional Psychology and new College of Health, Education and Human Services, is set up to train students to fill many of those jobs.”},{“_id”:”IDUQ5YYTZRHUJLP7WR7E2KTLXU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363992},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Sarah Hackenbracht, president and CEO of the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association, said Wright State is an integral partner to many of the region’s hospitals.”},{“_id”:”HU5UJ2JWKFHGXEQPRFRQMNVKWU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363993},”type”:”text”,”content”:”No one hospital serves as the teaching and research hospital for Wright State medical students, Hackenbracht said. Instead, students work in hospitals across the region, which can help them decide where they would like to work after graduation, she said.”},{“_id”:”AW6OJV6D6BD2ZFRROK7YHJEYEE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277363994},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Wright State consulted with all the area hospitals, GDAHA, home health care services, nursing homes and others in the medical field in Dayton when it created the College of Health, Education and Human Services, Hackenbracht said. The school will also teach an integrated care delivery system, something Hackenbracht said would help students when they come into the professional environment.”},{“owner”:{“sponsored”:false,”id”:”coxohio”},”address”:{},”syndication”:{},”caption”:”Wright State University has a $1.5 billion impact on the region. The university is also planning 113 faculty cuts. 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Kershner, president and CEO of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, said Wright State is an asset for the Dayton region and the entire state.”},{“_id”:”KWEDBU4IO5EVPNRCWDI2IYQFLE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277364005},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“WSU’s strategic initiatives with WPAFB, academic institutions and industry are helping meet the workforce demands of our region,” he said. “This is a significant value that we must maintain.””},{“_id”:”DASC72NF4ZB6XIYYRLQSMDGE6A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277364006},”type”:”text”,”content”:”STEM fields are becoming increasingly important, said Lawson, the Buckeye Institute fellow.”},{“_id”:”BPO3BTN3S5H3VNV7BDFB2FMW5Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614277364007},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It’s always been important, but another interesting dynamic is that you may see it start to play a larger role is that there’s a lot of concern about international competitiveness, especially in the context of China. 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I think people are going to be really astounded at the experience. It begins with the intro film in the theater, which captures the history of African American music in 15 minutes. It starts with its African origins and goes to the present. The galleries are interactive and full of interesting content that really reinforces the exhibit.””},{“_id”:”UJGO4SCRQJDIPGTTIDATSMWZNQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469932},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Preserving history”},{“_id”:”MKBVJ6U2TVAUXL3AXJSAUPWVZI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469933},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Fleming, who received his B.A. from Berea College and M.A. and Ph.D. from Howard University, brings decades of experience to the new facility. He was a Peace Corps volunteer in Malawi, East Africa in the late 1960s. 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Bush appointed Fleming to the planning commission for the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. He also served as director for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and senior historian for the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.”},{“_id”:”723YUAUV2BEZFKRYKTW4FZI2SA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469935},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“When I was at Berea, we organized a trip to participate in the Selma-to-Montgomery March,” Fleming said. “When I came back from Africa, I worked for the U.S. Civil Rights Commission. A lot of my research and interests has been in the area of civil rights and the struggle for freedom. That has stayed with me throughout my career. I just wrote a blog for the museum on our music and our struggle for freedom.””},{“_id”:”DFWMKQUZDRACTEGBJ43HMK7C2Q”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”HYUZJL6WFNBO7ANNTHEI7DC3PA”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Local broadcasting legend Pat Barry dies from COVID-19 complications”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local-broadcasting-legend-pat-barry-dies-from-covid-19-complications/43KZZ22XLBBKPFQSHZZVK4NEII/”},{“_id”:”NMKNJN5TI5FJVB42JLUQ7Z7OAM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469936},”type”:”text”,”content”:”NMAAM celebrates the artists who created powerful songs about freedom, struggle and the possibility of brighter days ahead, from the Fisk Jubilee Singers and Billie Holiday to Sam Cooke and Marvin Gaye to KRS-1 and Kendrick Lamar. As Fleming wrote in that Feb. 5 blog entry, “African American musicians have established a long tradition of creating music that addresses complex social and political issues such as slavery, Jim Crow, systemic racism, and police brutality. Through personal social activism as well as their art, these musicians have inspired hope and unity, and rallied people to action. This tradition of resistance through song began during the earliest days of slavery and has continued to the present day.””},{“owner”:{“sponsored”:false,”id”:”coxohio”},”address”:{},”syndication”:{},”caption”:”The National Museum of African American Music is a new state-of-the-art facility that opened in Nashville, Tenn. in late January. 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The former Zapp vocalist has touched countless people during her decades-long career. After years of singing gospel, the Dayton-based artist returned to secular music with the new R&B single, “People Get Ready.” The digital track, released to all major streaming platforms on Feb. 19, is a cover of the 1960s song by the Impressions.”},{“_id”:”MPYXXY73W5DG7NLYFSKUCMOSXE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469939},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We recorded ‘People Get Ready’ around the time the protests were happening over the summer,” Murdock said. “People were praying for answers and I needed to say something to encourage people and give hope. I thought about writing something, but that was really the perfect song to speak to what’s going on. With the dark cloud of everything going on, not only in America but in the world, we really need something to hold onto that says there are better days coming.””},{“_id”:”Y4YBG2H5HJEWRPW3P4QVHLI5BU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469940},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Murdock has donated a dress to the museum, where it will be displayed alongside cultural artifacts such as instruments, concert posters, sheet music and stage outfits, including shirts worn by members of Zapp.”},{“_id”:”K4FUY54MX5HZ3CBYYEMRTHYB7A”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”ES7MSMJNDBDJVNIPK5YBA4XOIU”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Black bakery owner: ‘It’s great doing something you absolutely love to do’”,”url”:”https://www.dayton.com/business/black-bakery-owner-its-great-doing-something-you-absolutely-love-to-do/PMEMY5WD3RHOHNIUUOKQV3SZRI/”},{“_id”:”V3SIV3L6SVDBBCCANBUNIVYPHE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469941},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I like the idea of the museum because it can create a bridge between country and African American music,” she said. “To me, R&B and country are the same thing because they’re telling great stories from their perspective. We have to respect where each other is coming from and celebrate what we share in common. As long as we stay closed off, there is no coming together.””},{“_id”:”EEF7TWZI7BBSJMODT3RBV2G4OA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469942},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Fleming agrees. He believes with the support of the Nashville establishment, the museum can open up a dialogue on racial issues and help drive social change.”},{“_id”:”4WGN3SRPKBHGZADJCEBUR34YA4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469943},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Some people feel like we’re trying to take away the country music identity of Nashville,” he said. “We look at the role African Americans have played in country music, but we also want to explore how the museum might be a vehicle for bringing about racial understanding. We have a wonderful relationship with the Country Music Hall of Fame and I think they would be inclined to participate in exploring programming that might help bring about racial reconciliation. A lot people in Nashville would be open to that, too.””},{“_id”:”TKKXI7XOKFHMTMK5UXOOXHKRTQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”Move over Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and make room for your new neighbor. It’s time to stand side by side with NMAAM to promote racial advancement. People get ready because a change is coming.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469944},”type”:”text”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”ZLI4367WLNCMJLKJAIETWOIMHI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469945},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Contact this contributing writer at 937-287-6139 or e-mail at [email protected]”},{“_id”:”UEZTTGXMZRCWJPZJOBLVSAJZIA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469946},”type”:”text”,”content”:”HOW TO GO”},{“_id”:”NVJVURDTYZBMPFZDK6F57Y4O44″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469947},”type”:”text”,”content”:”What: National Museum of African American Music”},{“_id”:”7DPFXYHWEFDSZHTM7A77KLDYLY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469948},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Where: 510 Broadway, Nashville”},{“_id”:”IHQZ6T5BVNH7FPFR55T6JKAATM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469949},”type”:”text”,”content”:”When: Open Thursdays through Sundays beginning March 4. Call for hours”},{“_id”:”TDHVI7GAKFGLHKEWERPD7NGZY4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614190469950},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Cost: $24.95 adults (18 and older), $18.75 students, teachers, military with valid ID and seniors (65 and older), $13.50 (ages 7-16), free (6 and younger). 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In addition to Leone, authors included are Lucille Clifton, Nikki Giovanni and Sunni Patterson.”},{“_id”:”D76SLLGJ7VBSXKOPQ6EOMG6AGA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614181076408},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I have certainly been inspired by spoken word and poetry lately,” said Gina Neuerer, chair of Sinclair’s Music, Theatre and Dance Department. “Between Brandon Leake winning ‘America’s Got Talent’ and Amanda Gorman hitting the world stage, I have been encouraging our students to explore this world. Furaha and I talked about finding work that would celebrate Black voices. So, as curator, she gathered pieces that would speak of love, ancestry and kinship in the Black community. 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It was great to work with them to help them realize they don’t have to be a dancer in order to take up space or be in a large production to really bring a monologue to life. You can take a piece of poetry and find yourself and rediscover who you are. And that’s what they did. They grew, they healed. We did so much work with the pieces and through the pieces for them to realize their purpose. I really appreciated Furaha’s curation as well. 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Sinclair and Ball State graduate Brian Morgan served as stage manager. Rehearsals were held on Zoom and the final video was recorded and edited under the technical direction of Rodney Veal, an independent choreographer and interdisciplinary artist and host of the Emmy-winning “The Art Show.” Veal has also taught dance at Sinclair, University of Dayton and Stivers School for the Arts.”},{“_id”:”D5TV5WLECBERBKDWQPPTTGNK3E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614181076412},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“All the students realized poetry is not prose,” Leone said. “(They found) all of the beauty inside what was not said in the poem and then found themselves in the words that were spoken. It was particularly great seeing Kasaahn embody Sunni Patterson’s powerful poem ‘Ancestors.’ He morphed into realizing he can pay homage to his ancestors right now, with a prayer, a moment of thanks and appreciation for every life lived before his, and then embody it. Not just say it – be it.””},{“_id”:”SDHPNF4NEVBJ5J4MIT47HDNLIU”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”FQE4AP2D55B4LGFM53OTJEEUQA”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Remember Skyborn Drive-In? Historical society restoring sign from former Fairborn landmark”,”url”:”https://www.dayton.com/news/remember-skyborn-drive-in-historical-society-restoring-sign-from-former-fairborn-landmark/MCRWIPDT6BELNJY3YBH5HSD3TE/”},{“_id”:”XNFNF4YTOVGIPPE7DVP3ZY6WCU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614181076413},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In addition, musician, composer and songwriter Jomo Faulks supplied the production’s music. Faulks, a Dayton native, has performed extensively throughout the United States as well as Canada and Jamaica, appearing with such music greats as Don Cherry, Carl Berger and Stanley Cowell. On the concert circuit, he has opened for such legends as James Taylor, Doc Severinson and Dick Gregory.”},{“_id”:”JRBGCF5CFRACFHMJBNUEHZIRYM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614202713748},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Faulks specializes in African rhythms but is equally fluent in jazz, R&B and gospel. In particular, he is a player of one of the only chromatic/electric mbira of its kind, based on the ancient African mbira (thumb piano). His solo debut CD, “Mystical ViBraTion,” an assortment of his original African/Eastern-inspired compositions performed on traditional mbiras, is also available in stores and via the Internet.”},{“_id”:”B45BRIICDNDHRBCIVVY5CNG4RY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614181076414},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“For this performance, it was a very specific sound, a particular style of percussion, energy and vibration,” Leone said. “It was beautiful.””},{“_id”:”PWSVHMB3OVHWPNEOANLJ3FVTHI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614181076415},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The public is encouraged to view and share “Illuminated” any time after the live debut from the Sinclair Theatre Facebook page. The project was made possible through a grant from Sinclair’s Diversity Office. Organizers hope audiences are engaged and inspired by this unique programming opportunity.”},{“_id”:”O72IAAYPC5APJMFZGQZ7WKTX4M”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”WU7DXBTTWNHHXI5TWB2OXKTBDE”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Dayton’s performing arts are ‘open, but not open,’ and what that means for Schuster Center shows”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/what-to-do/why-daytons-performing-arts-are-open-but-not-open-and-what-it-means-for-broadway-shows/T2ZG3C5MBBA5NHIHOI2PNEA23A/”},{“_id”:”KCFWDVIKYZENRIG2DWXAUYHYAE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614181076416},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Sinclair theater performance majors had a remarkable educational experience to grow as artists thanks to the foundational work of Furaha and visionary work of Sierra,” Neuerer said.”},{“_id”:”5RLTKSNKEVBNPCMLB56WNRDT2M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614181076417},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I really think the production will be something the community appreciates,” Leone added. “This is also a moment in which the students recognized it was OK to make art that’s a representation of their culture, their lived experiences, and that it was to be celebrated. This is a beautiful project simply illuminating voice. 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Holden said during a meeting with the public on Feb. 18 if state funding is chosen, a ballot initiative would likely be put on the November ballot.”},{“_id”:”YSW5OQJFLNHC7FL7KDNN3EHWGY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263337},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The options for working with the 26% of funding through the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission include:”},{“list_type”:”unordered”,”_id”:”4AGPI6AVYZEEPGXZ4D2J7A6IEQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”type”:”list”,”items”:[{“_id”:”3IDQANVPPVB2VP6G2E25LZROZE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”New construction of a K-12 building with 26% reimbursement from OFCC. A preferred location is currently being discussed, and recommended size is about 47 acres.”},{“_id”:”HQA5J22JS5B27CNE7APP2PRXVQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Renovation and major addition at 7-12 campus for a K-12 building. This would require a waiver, but would get a 26% reimbursement.”},{“_id”:”SL4C46SINFGFVDR5DPSL5X7H3E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Renovation and minor addition to 7-12 building for K-12 facility. There would be no demolition or replacement, but only renovation.”}]},{“_id”:”W6MYQLEIR5DUXIYYZBLSITWICQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263339},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A fourth choice, or what the district calls option zero: the district could address only current critical issues and renovate the buildings using general fund dollars and not pass a new levy. It would not include state funding.”},{“_id”:”MBKBF2W2JFETJEQAO4KFDS6B6E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263340},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Yellow Springs has not made any final decision on the facilities; however, the state is recommending Yellow Springs build one building for all of its students.”},{“_id”:”XUHYQAVIQZCTHMHPMKRXIMJ6IU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263341},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Ohio does not recommend renovating schools when costs to renovate are more than 66% of the cost to build new. According to 2019 projections, the cost to renovate the Yellow Springs middle school and high school was projected at about $19,798,360, while the cost to replace the building was $19,192,650. For the Mills Lawn elementary school, the cost to renovate would be about $11,784,798 and the cost to replace it is $12,242,246.”},{“_id”:”VUEILXQH2RGYDHCC7WSHUUFE3M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:49,”comment”:”cq “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263342},”type”:”text”,”content”:”According to Shea McMahon of SHP Leading Design, the architecture, engineering and design firm working with Yellow Springs on the project, any building the state sponsors must be built for at least 350 students for efficiency of long-term operating expenses, and the budget and size will be based on enrollment projections. Yellow Springs’s most recent enrollment projections show less than 700 students.”},{“_id”:”I6TDNJB6F5BVTNRMQBEWHK62OE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263343},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Building several buildings could require several waivers to work with OFCC funding.”},{“_id”:”TQAD5K6L7JBYJHRLKUHUN7WZEY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263344},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The highest possibility is that there would be one facility, and we would have to request multiple waivers to have more than one school facility or more than one school campus,” McMahon said.”},{“_id”:”PXI7FCMAPNGCTA5O4PUP3KESWI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263345},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Holden said she heard from community members after Yellow Springs failed to pass a 2018 ballot initiative to build new schools that proposed levy was too expensive. OFCC funding would bring the cost down.”},{“_id”:”YYLFTFFNMNHNXFNW2UALCC2HEQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263346},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Additional costs, like the costs to buy land, are not shared by the state.”},{“_id”:”YXG36ITN4VEAHHTVT5JAECG4XQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614360263347},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The first of three meetings with the public to discuss what will happen to the school facilities occurred on Feb. 18. 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Steve Chabot, R-Cincinnati.”},{“_id”:”3KJIYH25XVDDNPYHSRIVA7LO4M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504600},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The 32-year-old Republican said Chabot will have 25 years in Congress in 2022 and will be 70 years old and assumes he’ll step down to take advantage of his full federal retirement and step down.”},{“_id”:”ORYYRNHXIFASNHG6FFMLDH452I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614375314987},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“That’s my assumption and the assumption of a lot of people who are endorsing me,” Centers said.”},{“_id”:”J42XLRJXX5C6PB5VQRTQEXC5V4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614375314988},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Jon Conradi, an advisor to Chabot’s campaign, confirmed he is seeking re-election. Chabot “has been crystal clear he is running for reelection.” Conradi said Chabot announced that in an op-ed published Nov. 25.”},{“_id”:”MPJKKE7EAFANPFH3U26DBF5FZY”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”AWSD34CEHRA5DMLWARJXT6XNHM”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Area’s latest 30-something mayor following in father’s footsteps”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/franklin-new-mayor-following-father-footsteps/I8TIcusQRo6sUlfTMnhaqI/”},{“_id”:”7XDY2IEZEVEEFPYWZYALGSWJCA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:225,”comment”:”The challenges we face as a community and as a nation are too important to back away from the fight. I intend to continue to utilize my experience to make sure our community remains a great place to live, work and raise a family”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614375314990},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the op-ed, Chabot said, “I’d like to continue delivering effective representation to the people of the 1st Congressional District. That’s why whatever happens with redistricting this time around, I will run again in 2022. .””},{“_id”:”LOKUNQNWNVC5HEYL4XUE7QARPE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504601},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Also, if Warren County is drawn out of its current boundaries with Hamilton County, Centers believes it is likely to be absorbed into the current 8th Congressional District that is represented by Rep. Warren Davidson, R-Troy, or into the 2nd Congressional District that is represented by Rep. Brad Wenstrup. Wenstrup is reportedly considering running for the U.S. Senate seat to replace Sen. Rob Portman.”},{“_id”:”JOUFCDQC7VE3RNYOUC5HCBIVK4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504602},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Centers said the Democratic party is organized and energized, resulting in the Democrats winning the House, Senate, and White House in 2020. He believes the Republican party is somewhat organized and needs to be re-energized which is why he is considering running for Congress.”},{“_id”:”WXDZBBZJEBAURLOE4TFQWD6HJ4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504604},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“As a younger conservative with a proven conservative record as mayor, there are a lot of people like me that don’t have anyone to represent them,” Centers said. “It’s time we have an energized Republican that is willing to fight for us.””},{“_id”:”TQ4S7VRDF5AJVJFZZ2W4MPK7FQ”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”R7XO3LUFY5FUFFLDGW6OGZIECI”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Franklin’s vice mayor tapped as new Hamilton Twp. administrator”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/franklin-vice-mayor-tapped-new-hamilton-twp-administrator/qKqqyemZ01n1gX2k1FLeGI/”},{“_id”:”EGCUOMQXKZDHZKB5JVZVPP656Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504605},”type”:”text”,”content”:”For the past few months, Centers has been meeting with local leaders gathering endorsements and put out a social media video teasing his candidacy for Congress. He said his endorsements include Warren County Sheriff Larry Sims, nearly every Warren County mayor, and numerous city council, township trustee and school board members.”},{“_id”:”N6VWCEK7ZFGLRKZDQE7Q443PR4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504606},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“People in Warren County are ready for change and ready to be represented,” he said.”},{“_id”:”JYLYTUHH2BD7FACQQPK7DY5B5A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504609},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Centers is scheduled to officially announce his candidacy for Congress on May 6.”},{“_id”:”7T4UD3NFZ5ES3HEYEFE6YYDBDQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504607},”type”:”text”,”content”:”An Iraq war veteran, Centers has served 13 years in the U.S. Air Force and Ohio Air National Guard. He is currently a first sergeant at the 180th Fighter Wing Medical Group based in Toledo. He is in his second term on Franklin City Council and in his second year as the city’s mayor where he has been vocally aggressive on drug crime. He is also the administrator of Hamilton Twp. in Warren County.”},{“_id”:”BXG4RPRSOZEC7GSXDRBBXMGMQE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504608},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Miami University; a master’s degree in public administration from University of Dayton; and a master’s degree in homeland security from Wilmington University.”},{“_id”:”JYLYTUHH2BD7FACQQPK7DY5B5A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614269504609},”type”:”text”,”content”:”
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The last of those six is today at Stebbins High School.”},{“_id”:”5BG2T7LS6RG6JKJDBXHFRY2OFE”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”K25UYGMG6NESROAOIHBGBIC4DU”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Dayton area largely avoids national drama on school reopening”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/dayton-area-largely-avoids-national-drama-on-school-reopening/HEU335HSORFQ7CHEOPS4O42JRI/”},{“_id”:”DSIPUSS7LVBILBKGQOWCYJW32U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718383},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Meanwhile Dayton, Trotwood, Northridge and Yellow Springs schools are bringing students back to in-person classes on Monday in a variety of forms. That will mean every local school district is finally offering at least some in-person classes except Jefferson Twp., which intends to remain online-only all year.”},{“_id”:”HXLXXPNO75HLZLRL42I6SJJSMM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718384},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I think the general mood is good going into Monday,” Dayton teachers union President David Romick said Friday, as he and his colleagues got their second vaccine shots. “Everybody is weary of virtual instruction — teachers, students and parents. I would characterize teachers’ feelings as nervous excitement. It’s very much like a (traditional) first day of school.””},{“_id”:”2NEBNLSDOZC47HUUX32Y6PWLTY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718385},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dayton’s in-person students will attend five days a week, while Trotwood’s returning middle schoolers and high schoolers will go four days a week. Northridge and Yellow Springs will restart in-person classes on complex hybrid models where students are only in the school buildings for part of the day.”},{“_id”:”MTQ3ZP53AZF6HFA67S3CQQ5HKM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718386},”type”:”text”,”content”:”School vaccines”},{“_id”:”BP76IGG4OBFSXEHSBYJXUFBV7U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718387},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Shannon Cox, superintendent of the Montgomery County Educational Service Center, said there were very few hiccups at the school vaccination sites handled by Kroger this week. She said out of roughly 7,000 appointments, only a handful had to be rescheduled due to things like illness and funeral obligations.”},{“_id”:”32BBB5E7VJDI3JZEFNYNTNTW3I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718388},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Cox said a fair number of educators reported feeling under the weather at some point in the first 24 hours after getting their second dose, consistent with reports that one-third of people will experience short-term side effects.”},{“_id”:”MW3C34TWK5F5DN4TLSGWRGTYB4″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”J6W6SW5CWBD4HH64TO6PFWTFKU”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”State K-12 tests stay on schedule; alternatives “not feasible””,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/state-k-12-tests-will-go-on-federal-options-not-feasible/FAWV5LYCPNCPRCRQNLOMT527FA/”},{“_id”:”UMDDDKKIWJGZJKZBIK5AWKLA4U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718390},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“These districts that have taken the day after vaccination as a day off or remote day, that was a really good call,” she said.”},{“_id”:”TMC6E3ACXRF2FIDYPLNRWKOLKE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718391},”type”:”text”,”content”:”While the Montgomery County schools that went through Kroger were at the front of the line, other schools are gradually making their way through the vaccination process.”},{“_id”:”OHXGWPYRHNBSHNIMOPW37ADMFM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718392},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Employees in Troy City Schools were able to get their first vaccine dose Friday through Premier Health, and are scheduled for the second dose March 19. Elsewhere Northridge schools are scheduled for dose No. 2 on March 5, Trotwood on March 8, and Yellow Springs and Springboro on March 12.”},{“_id”:”IWLQBRCSVVCJLO5WHHPB7W2XDM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718393},”type”:”text”,”content”:”COVID data errors”},{“_id”:”H6JIXPCH35EOTO5VMVR6HWVC5M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718394},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Ohio Department of Health acknowledged Friday that the school-reported COVID case data file they posted Thursday was out-of-date due to a technical problem. Some media outlets reported on the erroneous information, saying the state had hit a four-month low with only 847 new school cases.”},{“_id”:”EB7PCJ2HLVGU7OJTHYPV7PTRC4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718395},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Dayton Daily News caught the error and informed ODH, which has since posted the most up-to-date figures.”},{“_id”:”7KGK22BC5JCOFLGUANYVSD4K24″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”RLI6XCDZMJFFNENFHYSRZY6MYY”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Last week: School COVID cases appear to fall, but data is fuzzy”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/school-covid-cases-appear-to-fall-again-but-data-is-fuzzy/NHUIYS7LNZCWRE23WAQ7M73OA4/”},{“_id”:”MGTUPV2VPRAKLEQJ6VGATN4QQ4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718397},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Statewide, there were 1,633 new cases reported by schools Feb. 15-21, down slightly from 1,766 the week before, and the fourth-straight weekly decline, according to ODH.”},{“_id”:”S3O4IHLT6NDDXJGH23A5Q3JOE4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718398},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dayton-area reporting included 116 new cases tied to schools, significantly down from the previous week’s 190, and marking the third straight weekly decline.”},{“_id”:”CUODXTHA6BGATDRPJ5UDQFBRTY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718399},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But even these most up-to-date figures are not accurate in some cases. Some errors are uniform at a county level — Knox County does not list a single cumulative COVID case in any of its schools since September, even though “new” Knox County cases are added week to week.”},{“_id”:”GXY4WRNIPBFRJLVYERRRKKN544″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718400},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Other issues are at a school district level. For weeks, the Eaton schools website has listed the district with 81 total COVID cases (43 students and 38 staff). Superintendent Jeff Parker confirmed a week ago that those numbers were correct and that he reported them to the county health department.”},{“_id”:”4J5MBEBIJRD2LP3GIY5LCO2O2U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718401},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But the new ODH data this week actually saw Eaton’s numbers go backward, from listing 47 cumulative cases last week (27 students, 20 staff), to 36 this week (20 students, 16 staff).”},{“_id”:”LLNRPOQT4BC7NFPOZUZY6CCLXQ”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”I5CTIUQZZJAYRGUCA7YPEPQMUA”},”type”:”divider”},{“_id”:”CKX24OWUBJAY3I72P2GL6ZQYUQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718403},”type”:”text”,”content”:”PUBLIC SCHOOLS REPORTING THE MOST NEW COVID CASES FEB. 15-21″},{“_id”:”Q22JRGT2PJFOFJQH4GZD5OFSZU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718404},”type”:”text”,”content”:”15 — Springboro (14 students, 1 staff)”},{“_id”:”Y2E4CITTY5FUXGEAHYLY2BYNBI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718405},”type”:”text”,”content”:”15 — Beavercreek (11 students, 4 staff)”},{“_id”:”UQEHA4PYVBF6THSGPU23HPRPGI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718406},”type”:”text”,”content”:”12 — Kettering (10 students, 2 staff)”},{“_id”:”IFZFNBW3JJGGJPTUDXG2BLUEBM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718407},”type”:”text”,”content”:”7 — Centerville (6 students, 1 staff)”},{“_id”:”K63XLUS45JDBFAQKD3QH6XKQFQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718408},”type”:”text”,”content”:”PRIVATE SCHOOLS REPORTING THE MOST NEW COVID CASES FEB. 15-21″},{“_id”:”MJKIGKNCSBDP3JTW5SBQO253R4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718409},”type”:”text”,”content”:”4 — St. Peter (4 students)”},{“_id”:”7SOJ53SAW5HCBBIQSNPDGIQE7A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614377718410},”type”:”text”,”content”:”2 — Alter HS, Dayton Christian (2 students each)”}],”display_date”:”2021-02-27T10:00:00Z”,”headlines”:{“basic”:”Many teachers get vaccine; 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In this case, particularly helping older residents who are scared and overwhelmed during the pandemic.”},{“_id”:”H2363UJFR5A4HEHP2C6TSJIBX4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614372518426},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“You’re helping your neighbors. 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She said when she saw how smoothly the county’s clinics were running, she too stepped up to volunteer.”},{“_id”:”6SLG72J3ZVC2LA6ABXGNMXKFNI”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”JTDGCG63Z5GVHFI3UVEMSPDLIA”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Coronavirus: Ohio adding more vaccine providers as state receives more doses”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/coronavirus-dewine-to-give-update-on-pandemic-response-vaccine-distribution-in-ohio/U2WCUQI4ZZBOZLCCEZATSPSPS4/”},{“_id”:”5RUTKCHOMZFKPEWKR4VC6M5BUQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614372518432},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The reason it’s so well organized is because of all the volunteers and all of the efforts everyone is putting in here. 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A law enforcement agency will send a notification via text message to a point person at the school when they encounter a child at a traumatic scene. Police don’t send details to schools, just three words: “Handle With Care” plus the child’s first and last name.”},{“_id”:”RCWBVL5MHVEU5I5NYGC5D3I74M”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”BAIAQBIXK5G4TEY4WDWYGX3HLQ”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”New state park in Greene County to honor Tecumseh and ‘a major piece of history’”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/new-state-park-to-be-created-in-greene-county-honoring-tecumseh/SPT7XIQLDJBLJAYOF6X7SN3C44/”},{“_id”:”DMEXUXW2ENGXPMRAHHFVXJWNVM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:319,”comment”:”sending the student “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614182412670},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The school then distributes the notification to the appropriate teacher and school counselor so they can monitor the student’s behavior and determine what trauma-sensitive support the child may need at school, such as reteaching lessons, giving more time on tests, sending the student to the nurse’s office to sleep or to the counselor.”},{“_id”:”IPHMTI5MVZBYDLOKZFBPALES5M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614182412671},”type”:”text”,”content”:”If needed, the counselor will make a referral to Greene County Juvenile Court, which will coordinate with parents or caretakers and the school to provide therapy on site. 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In Ohio, Butler, Brown Scioto, Gallia and Meigs counties have a Handle with Care program.”},{“_id”:”LR5AVQVAHFHAPAXSZLHWXPRTHQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614177681511},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Montgomery County is also working to roll out the program. Sarah Music, who is the Handle with Care Montgomery County coordinator, said the county is working on training school employees and law enforcement. Eight of the county’s 16 school districts have expressed interest.”},{“_id”:”IAUJFL7GMVE4VHFMAZ6WMH5GWU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614352769599},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Jodi Kulka, with Montgomery County ESC, said they believe in educating the whole child. The Handle with Care program helps children have healthy goals and lifestyles, helping them be healthier.”},{“_id”:”TQFEDLDMFVFSXDTOPDSSHVEE7Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614382017182},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Handle with Care is beautiful and necessary,” Kulka said.”},{“_id”:”J34S352QRRHCVMESENOTUX6A4U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614382017183},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Ohio counties that have successful programs are smaller, so Kulka and Music said that rolling the program out in Montgomery County will be more of a challenge because it is has more agencies and school districts to connect.”},{“_id”:”BO5WGVU7MJAKZNRZHFU4A3KVKY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614182412674},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Anya Senetra, a school-based mental health program supervisor at the Greene County Educational Service Center, is responsible for tracking the notices forwarded by law enforcement to schools to assist in creating trauma-informed approaches when reviewing data.”},{“_id”:”ET2JXIAK3JDUJDH2U327TASWL4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:317,”comment”:” And so for some children we have no idea what that looks like. For other children, you can see signs of anxiety and depression. For other children, they just are very hyper-aroused and really struggle to feel like adults are safe. So they have a hard time following directions and doing well,”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614382017185},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“When kids come into school and they have experienced trauma or some type of adverse experience, some of those kids are invisible, you know we have no idea who those children are. They don’t walk into the building with Post-It notes on them. There’s nothing that says ‘This happened’ or ‘I didn’t have enough to eat.’” Senetra said.”},{“_id”:”HPPF6ZJG4BCJJKWSQLRDJOXV4Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614382017186},”type”:”text”,”content”:”When educators don’t know the “backstory,” those behaviors can be interpreted differently. A child sleeping in class, for example, may seem willful or to be behaving badly. 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Those events can include violence, abuse or neglect, having a family member attempt or die by suicide, parental separation or household members in jail or prison, according to the CDC. Venoy works as a trauma informed care consultant with Hopewell Health, which supports the Handle with Care program.”},{“_id”:”MMUKEQQU45HUHFFYZBQYFGN2FI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614382017191},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We know that early adverse events lead to a variety of outcomes that are less than ideal,” Venoy said. “So you have behavioral issues, physical health issues, or personal issues that are just not ideal. 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Lewis, with the juvenile court, said they also hope to train firefighters. 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The warmup comes after the region was covered with at least one inch of snow for more than three weeks, the longest stretch since 1985.”},{“_id”:”KIXD2DOA55BHTK3VKGGDAX3VLA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614357552279},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Glen Helen closed at the start of the pandemic but since reopening as seen an unprecedented number of visitors, Boutis said. A nice weekend can bring out more than 1,000 hikers to the preserve’s nearly 15 miles of trails.”},{“_id”:”SGPPQLA5MJB4RIBZWY4PL36X6Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614357552280},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“People innocently and well-meaningly will step outside of the mud in the center of the of the path,” he said. “Over the course of a few hundred thousand footsteps over a weekend it has an outsized impact on the on the trail system of our preserve.””},{“_id”:”NRTAXPW5PBBPFNZOLTTTYTUR2U”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”TOY7ZYTQRBEEVJTP3HD5KNOYVA”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Snow streak: Dayton covered in an inch of snow for more than 3 weeks”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/snow-streak-dayton-covered-in-an-inch-of-snow-for-more-than-3-weeks/O2CZIAWBGZGZVGQVQH2TAYSNUI/”},{“_id”:”PSOWMIFMN5AKLNQXWQVZPYNJBA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614357552281},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The 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Dr. Christopher Holloway, a family medicine physician at Soin Medical Center in Beavercreek, said he felt an added pressure in medical school to do well because there were so few Black students in his class.”},{“_id”:”ILGJQUYOPFA5BNTVHKXK3YKROM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614267291506},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I need to do well because if I don’t do well, it’s such a small percentage of us, if I don’t do well then they’re going to think that all Black students can’t succeed. 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The building, located at 4770 Airway Road, was the target of racist graffiti and an attempted fire last month.”},{“_id”:”G52TH2PIRNHGFG6NIMTF3YO3WM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:35,”comment”:” cq”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614356198940},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Riverside Fire Chief Daniel Stitzel said crews who responded around 5:35 a.m. Thursday found a small fire between the ceiling and the roof of the building. The fire caused damage to wood trusses and the insulation, he said.”},{“_id”:”TUCWWN3SCRFZ3LKHTEFMEGS4HE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614356198941},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The fire is under investigation. Stitzel said Riverside Police and the Riverside Fire Department are taking into consideration the previous incident. It is not clear yet if the two are connected.”},{“_id”:”AZHZTGAA4ZB2NKIPN423W2CPTE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614356198942},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the January incident, the properties were damaged sometime between Jan. 25 night and Jan. 26, according to a Riverside Police report. Graffiti was found outside the building and there was a smell of gasoline inside. The report says a maintenance person discovered a fire in the range hood of the restaurant that damaged the hood.”},{“_id”:”UQN3FWNA4VA6PBUTWKLRAKKMPA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614356198943},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The owners of the Thai restaurant, Noppadol Mangmeesub and his wife, Kanokwan Mangmeesub, said they were frightened after the January incident and worried that the perpetrators would come back.”},{“_id”:”W6BYCIQMDJFQDG77TTSOJNM5AQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614356198944},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I’m fearful for my life and my wife that maybe something is going to happen again because I don’t know how many of them they have,” Mangmeesub said at the time. “Are they going to come back again, are they going to beat me when I take the trash out in the night? I don’t know.””},{“_id”:”BHIV2ZV5JZCQDOIV5LYGKIVBRM”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”WIODD3NYGNBYPIS6KD4I4HYJS4″},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Thai restaurant and international market in Riverside damaged by attempted fire, graffiti”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/im-not-trying-to-buy-a-gun-to-kill-someone-over-my-little-soup-business/V4QTQZCWXRH7BM6F7RGU5F7TJ4/”},{“_id”:”RNP5WG7BPBF6LMZAFNEBE2TX3I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614356198946},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The police report from the January incident says the owner of International Foods, Ban Van Mai, showed police video of two men climbing a ladder on the side of the building at around 2 a.m. to get closer to a security camera and cover it with black spray paint.”},{“_id”:”BQ4O2JIHABCDFCXH7UZNOJ6UDM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614356198947},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In January, Thu Mai, the daughter of Ban Van Mai, said her family was targeted in racial slurs because they are Asian American. She said her family has complete faith in the police to do their jobs and that the people who vandalized the building would be brought to justice. She called the incident “domestic terrorism,” and noted the people who committed the crime were trying to cause her family bodily harm.”},{“_id”:”UQN3FWNA4VA6PBUTWKLRAKKMPA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614356198948},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Mangmeesub organized a GoFundMe to repair the front door to his restaurant. 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