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Inside Kettering with Inskeep...Podcast

You will hear inspirational, motivational and informative stories as his guests share how they are respectful, responsible and safe.

As always, please feel free to contact us with any feedback, comments or ideas for future podcasts at InsideKettering@ketteringschools.org.

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Click on this link to access "Inside Kettering with Inskeep...Podcast"

Below is a summary of Superintendent Inskeep's podcasts:

 

February 26, 2020 -- Fairmont High School's United Student Body, with advisor Corey Miller guiding them, gives back to the Kettering community in so many ways...not only to the students of our district, but also to the residents of this city. These young people are an example of what service really means.

 

February 18, 2020 --  "CLASS OF 2033!" In this episode, we hear from Debbie Mears, Director of Early Childhood Education and Carmella Ford, District Enrollment Specialist about the incoming class of all-day Kindergartners. They share insights about how all-day kindergarten benefits our young learners and how to get your incoming kindergarten student registered for the '20-'21 school year."

 

January 28, 2020 -- Fairmont Varsity Boys Soccer Coach Neil Craft embodies what it means to look at the whole person when working with his players.  Craft talks about molding our young people into positive members of society, leaders, and exceptional human beings....and he believes strongly that this vision will translate into winning games, as well!

 

January 10, 2020 -- Scott Inskeep chats with man-about-town, Jim Berlon, about his love of Kettering and his commitment to service.

 

December 19, 2019 -- Scott Inskeep talks with Jessica Stickel, English teacher and Yearbook and Hope Squad advisor; as well as Hope Squad members, Andy Glasser and Jaylen Razor, sophomores, and Will Schneider, a freshman. Hope Squad is a peer-to-peer suicide prevention and intervention program.

 

November 30, 2019 -- Scott Inskeep talks with Fairmont High School Principal Tyler Alexander about the KCS culture of service.

 

 





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