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Julie F. Bissinger
- Occupation: Attorney
- B.A. Grove City College- Political Science/Spanish
- J.D. Temple University School of Law
- Senior Assistant City Solicitor in Labor and Employment, City of Cincinnati
- Appointed to the Board of Education January 2005 by sitting Board members, elected November 2005, re-elected November 2009
- Board of Education Vice President (three years), President (two years)
- As a parent of two sons, 16 years of individual schools (Sherwood Elementary, Nagel Middle, Anderson High) and district wide leadership roles
Forest T. Heis
- To fashion a comprehensive and economically feasible plan for maintenance and enhancement of aging district facilities
- To evlauate and address the findings of the new Ohio School Report Card system, which will be fully implemented for the 2013-2014 academic year
- To insure that adequate funding is available to continue district wide academic excellence in times of decreasing state funding
- Occupation: Orthopaedic Surgeon
- President, Forest Hills School Board
- Former Chairman, Dept. of Surgery, St. Elizabeth Hospital System
- Duke University Orthopaedic Surgery residency
- University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
- Stanford University Graduate With Distinction
- Turpin High School Co-valedictorian
Richard W. Neumann
- Provide and increase the excellent educational opportunities for our children while remaining fiscally sound
- Provide a collaborative environment within the Board and the Community to take on the current and future challenges of our District
- Continue our progress in making Forest Hills the premier District in the city, county and state
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