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Rhodena Masys

Scholarship fund to honor caring teacher

In a school district with a strong academic tradition and focus, Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Rhodena Masys often created opportunities for students who were interested in a more direct path from school to the workplace. Mrs. Masys, who retired in 2008 after 32 years at Bexley and who passed away last April, will now Read More

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Two sisters, one beloved school

One sister was studious, the other social. They used to tease each other about their differences. “You know, the way sisters do,” said Sarah Kay, granddaughter of Elizabeth “Libby” McKeever Ross and great-niece of Louise “Dede” McKeever McCulloch. There’s at least one thing the sisters had in common, though: both adored Bexley High School. Kay Read More

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Paying “Homage” to Bexley

Bexley High School alumnus Elliott May (’02) spent nearly a decade after college raising funds for environmental and arts organizations, and he’s always remembered a key lesson from his senior project: supporting a great cause can involve much more than writing a check. When you bring a nonprofit organization and a donor to the same table, Read More

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BHS grad to head U.S.A.I.D.

WASHINGTON — The Senate on Monday voted to confirm Gayle E. Smith, a former national security aide to President Obama, to lead the United States Agency for International Development, the federal agency responsible for overseas humanitarian issues like feeding refugees, building clinics and distributing foreign aid. The vote was 79 to 7. Ms. Smith is Read More

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Bexley grad fighting against HIV

Joel Goldman 52, Santa Monica, CA After testing positive for HIV in 1991, Joel embarked on a North American speaking tour to tell his story and to warn teens about the risks of mixing sex and alcohol. He kept at it for nearly 14 years, educating more than a million students at high schools, colleges Read More

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From Bexley to best-selling author

Growing up in Bexley, Daniel. H. Pink said his childhood was filled with “team sports, public libraries, and sitcoms.” He graduated from Bexley City’s Bexley High School in 1982. “Working on our school newspaper, The Torch, I learned how to write for a real audience of readers rather than for just one teacher,” Pink said. Read More

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