Donnie Rice and Latisha Martin, accompanied by Superintendent Mark Gerhardstein, attended the weekly County Commissioners meeting and addressed the gathering concerning the passage of House Bill 265.
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Congratulations to Stephanie Baird, an individual participating in the art program at Kuntz Adult Services Center.View Story »
Jergens Adult Services Center Wins Gingerbread Homes for the Holidays ContestView Story »
The Board would like to welcome David Ott, the new Director of Human Resources.View Story »
Calumet’s Friends and Company Book Club hosted the play “Lord, Why Do Men Cheat?”View Story »
Moment of Silence Observed
Todayis Tuesday, December 10, 2013
FIRST SHIFT IS ON:
Two hour delay
Routes will operate two hours later than regular pick up times.
Programs will dismiss at regular time.
*Bus drivers and bus aides will report to work two hours later than regular sign-in time, all other staff will be expected to report to work as close to regular sign in time as road conditions permit.
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Charles Schwab is the founder of the Charles Schwab Corporation. The famous slogan, “Talk to Chuck,” was created out of necessity as Schwab has dyslexia, and for a long time was unable to read properly.
Making a Difference
Jeff Hammond – Employee Extraordinaire
Jeff recently celebrated his 20-year anniversary of working at ACCO Brands (formerly known as Mead). He has an excellent work ethic.
Jeff, and a long time co-worker, are the key to the mail room running so efficiently. Jeff has a good attendance record. He is a great employee that the company values very much.
Jeff started his work career by attending Kuntz work center from 1982 – 1986. He worked hard on building the skills he needed to become the independent person that he is today. He has an apartment where he has lived independently for 12 years. He owns a car that he drives to and from work.
When Jeff isn’t working, he stays pretty busy. He enjoys going to Reds, UD, and Bengals games. He also enjoys spending time with family & friends, going out to eat and playing trivia games. Jeff has an amazing memory that most would love to have. Jeff always tries to do his best and always strives to better himself.