Monday, April 15, 2013
The Revere Board of Education meets on April 16.
When the Revere school board meets on Tuesday, April 16, they will say goodby to eight staff members who are retiring. The following teachers have submitted their resignations to retire at the end of the 2012-13 school year: The board will also look at contracts for window replacement at the middle school and ammend the agreement for student teaching with the University of Akron.
Friday, February 8, 2013
Michael Murphy will replace Phil Heyn who resigned in November.
Revere has named Michael Murphey as the new head football coach for the Minutemen. Murphy, who will officially be appointed at the Feb. 19 school board meeting, was hired for the job on Feb. 5, according to a press release. He is currently the offensive line coach for Case Western Reserve University and a school counselor at Kenston High School. Murphy was chosen from a field of more than 60 candidates to replace Phil Heyn who resigned in November. Heyn held the job for three years with a 4-26 record. “We are pleased to have Mike join the staff at Revere," Superintendent Randay Boroff said in a statement. "With his experiences and successes, we feel he is the right person to establish new expectations, create new traditions of excellence …
The Minutemen co-captain will play for Alderson-Broaddus College.
Revere High School announced this week that senior Paul Gabel will continue his academic-athletic career at Alderson-Broaddus College. The Battlers are a Division II school in Philippi, West Virginia and will compete in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference starting. Gabel plans to major in education. The 6-foot, 205-pound senior running back and linebacker was name First Team All-Suburban League and was an In-Land All-District honorable Mention. This past season Gable, a co-captain, rushed for 742 yards in nine games while recording 70 tackles.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Invisible Fence donated pet oxygen masks to the Bath Fire Departments to save animals from smoke inhalation on Sunday.
The Bath Fire Department has new equipment that might just save your pet's life some day. Invisible Fence, a pet safety company, recently donated rescue oxygen masks to 12 local fire departments, including Bath. The mask donations are part of the company's Project Breathe, a nation-wide effort to equip fire stations across the U.S. and Canada with the special masks. Firefighters from around the area were in Stow to receive the donations and were trained on how to use the devices. Invisible Fence donated a total of 19 masks to help safety forces efficiently administer oxygen to a stricken animal. For more information visit www.invisiblefence.com/O2.