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- Occupation: Dad
- Superintendent's Award
- Friend of Education Award
- YMCA Character Award
- Camilla Warrick Humanitarian Award
- AFTRA Broadcaster of The Year Award
- "Nine On Your Kids Side" Reporter
- 1. Put the student's needs first in all decisions.
- 2. Never, ever do this again.
- 3. See number 2
- Occupation: Teacher
- Community/neighborhood of residence: College Hill
- Graduate CPS, College of Wooster BA Political Science and Ohio Teaching Certificate
A. Chris Nelms
- Instructional excellence for each child in every school. State standards are only a foundation- not a ceiling.
- Fiscal management that holds everyone accountable, determines the best dollars spent for the district's future and isn't afraid of reform.
- Build a collaborative parent-teacher relationship that creates safe, nurturing and inspiring schools.
- Occupation: Prevention Educator
- Community/neighborhood of residence: Avondale
- PhD (Divinity) M.E.D, LSW, LICDC, OPSII (Candidate)
- Parental/Alumni Involvement
- Increase Graduation Rate Among Male Students
- School Safety & Security
- Occupation: Community Planner
- President/CEO of the Home Ownership Center of Greater Cincinnati
- President of the Board of Education 2000, 2001, 2002
- Co-Creator of the 2007 Child Safety Summit
- Graduate of Woodward High School
- Bachelors Degree in Architecture - Rhode Island School of Design
- Masters Degree in Community Planning - University of Cincinnati
- Redesign Cincinnati Public Schools based on our current revenues and on successful implementations in urban districts across the country
- Protect effective schools and programs in the redesign
- Hire an experienced and effective Superintendent to manage this redesigned district
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