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“Every professor I had at Ohio State Newark was wonderful,” said Pruitt.“They were very interested in helping me and genuinely cared about my success.”Pruitt came to Ohio State Newark after pursuing a special education degree at another university for three years.According to the American Heart Association, walking has the lowest dropout rate of any physical activity. It is safe – with a doctor’s okay – for people with orthopedic ailments, heart conditions, and those who are more than 20% overweight. Walking is low impact; easier on the joints than running.Senior T-shirts are available for purchase now through the Newark High School Art Club. Every month, Newark City Schools honors 28 students from across the district in grades 4-12 as Citizens of the Month, for their performance inside and outside of the classroom.You can download the form by clicking here, or pick up a form from the office in G building. This month's lunch was sponsored by Licking Memorial Health Systems.Young people are being asked to define what love doesn’t do by using the hashtag “#lovedoesnt” with the goal of preventing them from becoming a victim of physical, emotional, verbal or sexual abuse.“The teens take a picture of themselves with a sign that says ‘#lovedoesnt’ and then write a word to finish the sentence,” said Pruitt.

— Opportunities Krista Pruitt got while she was a student at The Ohio State University at Newark are allowing her to give back to her community and help young people in Licking County.

“We are already very close.”Pruitt is a prevention coordinator at Pathways of Central Ohio.

She did an internship there when she was a student at Ohio State Newark and believes the connections she made while in college helped her get the full-time position.

In 1920, the library moved to the Hilliard House at 105 W.

Church Street, back-to-back with Central High School. Church Street where it remained until voters passed a bond levy in 1997 to build what currently is the Main Library and the largest library in the Licking County Library System.

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