Kindness and affection trump greed and dishonesty in “The Curious Savage”, a winning comedy that will take the stage at Badin High School March 21-24. Sophomore Hannah Riecke stars as Mrs. Ethel Savage, a widow who has been left $10 million by her late husband and seeks to make the best use of it, despite the devious efforts of her step-children, who would rather have the money for themselves.
“The Curious Savage” will be presented in Badin’s Little Theatre Thursday through Saturday nights, March 21-23, with a 7:30 p.m. curtain. There is a matinee on Sunday, March 24, at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 and will be available at the door. Badin students are admitted free through their Student Activity Fee. For more information, contact Badin at (513) 863-3993 or click HERE
Cullen Gantenberg is moving on in a few short months, but not before leaving a notable legacy at Badin High School. “I’ve enjoyed it,” said Gantenberg, a senior who has been named a finalist in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship program. “All the relationships I have developed here have been crucial to my development as a person. I wouldn’t trade my Badin experience for anything else.” Gantenberg has more to share HERE
The beat rolled on at Badin High School as more than 60 marketing education students will head for the DECA Career Development Conference in Columbus March 15-16 after finishing strong during district level competition in early February. More about their accomplishments HERE
Congratulations to the Students of the Month for February 2019. The students were selected by a committee based on recommendations by the administration, faculty and staff. This month's students are Jessica Wilmer, Alexis Herold, Kaitlyn Robinson, Bryan Henson! Read more about these outstanding students HERE
Joe DeAngelo had a positive impact on nearly every student who has ever walked the halls of Badin High School, and the school will not be the same without him.
DeAngelo, a Marketing Education teacher who had taught at Badin for 52 of the 53 years the school has been open, died Sunday morning at Mercy Health Fairfield Hospital. Though he had been out of school in recent weeks battling a heart ailment, his death was unexpected. He was 74-years-old. More about Mr. DeAngelo and his tenure at Badin HERE