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Campus News: 01-09-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 09 January 2014 10:11
A total of 36 Heidelberg University students are participating this academic year in the university's chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the national service fraternity. Among Heidelberg's APO members are the following local residents: Felicia Konrad of North Baltimore, a senior majoring in anthropology and history; and Krystal Harms of Walbridge, a junior majoring in psychology.

Jamie O'Connell, Bradner, was among the ninth graduating class of Terra State Community College's Associate Degree Nursing program to receive their nursing pins during a ceremony Dec. 18 at the college.
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Welker a finalist for Findlay superintendent PDF Print E-mail
Written by MARIE THOMAS BAIRD Sentinel Education Editor   
Thursday, 09 January 2014 10:10
Eastwood Schools Superintendent Brent Welker is one of three finalists for the superintendent's post at Findlay City Schools.
Welker, along with the superintendents of Ayersville Local Schools and Margaretta Local Schools, will be invited to visit Findlay some time this month.
Ten people applied for the post and the district also targeted several candidates.
Welker was one of those targeted, according to Shane Pochard, Findlay school board president.
Pochard said the board's search consultants, Educational Services Center of Central Ohio, made several recommendations in addition to those who applied.
"He was one of the recommendations they made to us," Pochard said about Welker.
"He interviewed well with the board," which led them to a consensus of putting him in the top three, he added.
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Otsego Middle School Honor Roll: 01-04-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 04 January 2014 09:15
The honor roll for the first grading period:
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EIGHTH GRADE - Hailey Asmus, Isabella Bean, Calysta Bevier, Peyton Blandy, Sarah Cox, Erika Dibartolomeo, Stefani Euler, Brooke Finch, Jaclyn Ghesquiere, Christina Gonzalez, Selena Hernandez, Felicity Jinnings, Heather Jogerst, Paige Jones, Riley Kepling, Jordyn Lenox, Kelly McBride, Joseph McQuillin, Braeden Murphy, Andrew Richardson, Leah Rieger, Lucy Roberts, Joshua Shawberry, Riley Smith, Hannah Snyder, Claire Wallace, Stone Zimmerman.
SEVENTH GRADE - Montgomery Alexander, Ava Bowen, Jacob Caris, Maureen Connelly, Ryan Dick, Mitchell Downs, Madison Dzierwa, Conor Evans, Logan Frost, William Gase, Levi Gonyer, Alayna Greenhagen, Hayle Grimmer, Mikayla Grosswiler, Roy Gruetter, Jeffery Gulyas, Owen Harnishfeger, Sadie Helberg, Dylan Hillesheim, Corey Hollar, Cheyenne Homanick, Zachary Jones, Ian Kress, Jenna Lewis, Jacob Martinez, Austin Meier, Derek Michaelis, Alexandria Miller, Cristina Morales, Madeline Nell, Jenna Norman, Spencer Pope, Seth Pullins, David Silva, Boo Sims, Hunter Smith, Shelbey Spurlock, Kortney Sutter, Kurtis Sutter, Aaron Thomas, Connor Tumblin, Brittany Vollmar, Annabella Voska, Tessa Weber, Jaiden Wichman, Abigail Wilcox, Connor Wilson.
SIXTH GRADE - Trey Battin, Spencer Odendahl, Gabriel Simpson, Kale Vollmar.
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Otsego plans community forums PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 09 January 2014 10:09
TONTOGANY - Otsego Schools will be conducting community forums/focus groups.
The purpose of the meetings is to gather additional comments, suggestions from community members and parents. These forums will target specific data gathered in the surveys that close on Jan. 10, 2014.
"We want a true dialogue with our community as we work to build a long term strategic plan," said Superintendent Adam Koch.
There will be four sessions. Monday at 5:30 p.m. at Haskins Town Hall, 100 N. Church St. and again at 7:15 p.m. at Otsego High School Library; Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Weston Library, 13153 Main Street, and again at 7:15 p.m. at the Grand Rapids Branch Library, 17620 Bridge Street.
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Registration still open for Detective Training for kids PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 04 January 2014 09:15
PERRYSBURG - There is still room in the Detective Training 101 program being offered at Way Public Library on Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m.
This program is for kids ages 7 to 10.
Kids will learn how to disguise themselves, decode secret messages, take proper fingerprints, and solve the library's latest mystery.
Online registration is currently underway at www.waylibrary.info or call 419-874-3135 ext. 116.
 
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