Sunday, March 25, 2012


Greenville High School Principal Ken Neff recently was recently elected to the Bridges to College board of trustees.

Neff joins Bill LaFramboise, Ryan Cox, Diane Swallow, Kevin Blakeley, Aaron Cox, Marlise McCallister, Janice Michael, Chris Mortensen, Chris Seger, Brian Swiger, and Rhonda Williams on the board.

Bridges to College, started in 2006, helps more students go to college through educational programming, one-on-one mentoring, and need-based scholarships. The program offers services to students in the Greenville and Ansonia school districts.

“As an educator, Ken brings valuable experience and expertise to the board,” said Beth Sears, executive director of Bridges to College.

Before coming to Greenville High School, Neff was a principal at St. Mary’s Middle School. A graduate of Bowling Green State University and Wright State University, Neff received his math teaching certificate from Cleveland State University.

“I see the impact that Bridges to College can have on students,” Neff said. “I like that the Bridges program works with school counselors to educate students and parents about college.”

Neff also likes that Bridges to College serves students in Ansonia schools and has the long-term goal of serving other districts in Darke County.

For more information about Bridges to College, visit its website at or call Sears at 423-2442.

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