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MLSD Awarded 2015-2019 Creating Healthy Communities Grant
Manchester Local School District has been awarded 2015-2019 Creating Healthy Communities (CHC) funding from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). The award, which totals $80,000 each year, will be used in the community to support and promote healthy eating, active living and tobacco-free environments.

Adams County Creating Healthy Communities Coalition will prioritize work in neighborhoods such as Manchester, Peebles and Adams County as a whole because of their higher rates of chronic diseases and conditions. Deborah Ryan, Adams County Creating Healthy Communities Program Coordinator said, “Nearly 7 in 10 Ohio adults have a chronic disease or condition, including heart disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or obesity, among others. Some communities are more at-risk for developing chronic diseases or conditions. It’s important that we use these funds to strengthen communities and improve health outcomes in Adams County.”
Discovering Art in Our Back Yard
 Students from the Manchester Art Department had the opportunity to explore and observe many types of medium and exhibits during a Maysville, Kentucky tour on November 7th, 2014. Students met with a tour guide to  
MES Donates Canned Food Items
Manchester Elementary School held its annual Fall Carnival and Auction on Saturday, November 1st. In doing so, numerous boxes of canned food/non -perishable items were collected and donated to the local free store in town. On behalf of Manchester Elementary School, we would like to thank everyone who came to the carnival and for their efforts in support of a great cause. Pictured is Alex Walters, 6th grade student at Manchester Elementary School, helping load the canned food items.  
Manchester Elementary 4th Graders Science Activity
Bill Wickerham, Adams County Soil and Water Conservation District, Wildlife Specialist and Education Coordinator was a recent visitor in Mrs. Pollitt’s 4th grade science class. The students are studying how weathering and erosion help shape the Earth’s surface. Mr. Wickerham brought a Stream Table and the students were able to demonstrate how they can conserve our natural resources such as water and soil.  
Historical Day at Districts for Dog Pack
The Manchester HS Boys & Girls Cross Country Teams advanced to the Regional Meet this past Saturday, October 18th as the Boys Team finished District Runner-Up while the Girls Team finished as District Champion for the first time in school history.  The Pack will run in the Regional Meet at Pickerington North High School on Saturday, October 25th.  The boys race will begin at 11:00 AM and the girls race will begin at 1:30 PM.  Great Job Pack! 
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Manchester, OH 45144
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