Education Briefs: 03-08-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 March 2014 09:11
Tickets for Otsego's 'Children of Eden' on sale
TONTOGANY - Tickets for Otsego High School's "Children of Eden" will go on sale Monday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the high school office.
Tickets for adults are $10 and for students and senior citizens $8.
Show dates are March 20-22 at 7 p.m. and March 23 at 3 p.m. in the Otsego Performing Arts Center.

Lakota reschedules meeting
The Lakota Board of Education has rescheduled its regular monthly meeting.
The meeting will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. in the staff dining room.
The meeting had previously been set for Monday.
International educators visit Eastwood to share experiences PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 07 March 2014 09:41
Samantha Martin, A BGSU graduate student, chats with Iraqi Mary Imran Mahdi (left) as Shevali Subreenduth (right) looks at a display about Iraq Monday, March 3, 2014  during a program implemented by the Research and Exchanges Board — an international nonprofit for education — at BGSU's Student Union. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
PEMBERVILLE - The World Affairs Council of Northwest Ohio will again host an International Educator Night Tuesday at Eastwood High School.
The program is a collaborations between the council, Eastwood Schools, and the International Democratic Education Institute (IDEA) at Bowling Green State University.
The 17 teachers from 17 countries on five continents are in the United States participating in the Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) program at BGSU.
Countries represented include Yemen, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Senegal, Nigeria, Nepal, Jordan, Iraq, India, Honduras, Ethiopia, Cote d'Ivoire, Colombia, Cambodia, Bangladesh and Algeria.
Visitors on Tuesday will spend the evening learning about education around the world, and will have the opportunity to complete a scavenger hunt, make a purchase from the international candy shop, and learn more about Eastwood's Global Studies diploma.
The event will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the high school, 4900 Sugar Ridge Road.
Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 12:20
Perrysburg Schools, Way Library partner for reading event PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 07 March 2014 09:40
PERRYSBURG - Perrysburg Schools and Way Public Library are partnering for a community-wide book discussion on March 26.
Students grades sixth through eighth at Perrysburg Junior High School have all read Sharon Draper's book, "Out of My Mind." They passed the book between the three grade levels and are now passing the 400 books on to the community.
"Out of My Mind" is a compelling story that appeals to readers of all ages. Melody, the protagonist, is highly intelligent and yet sadly unable to communicate with those around her. Then one day she obtains assistive technology that finally allows her to share her thoughts with the world, and some are not ready to hear what she has to say.
Community members are encouraged to pick up a copy of "Out of My Mind" from Way Public Library and read it in preparation for a public reception and book discussion with author Sharon Draper at Way Public Library on March 26 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. An audiobook version may also be checked out on CD from Way Library. If they finish before the discussion, they may return it to Way Public Library or pass it along to a friend. Before passing it along, there is a sticker after the last page of the story where readers are encouraged to share their favorite quote.
Eastwood High School honor roll: 3-7-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 07 March 2014 09:40
Eastwood High School has released the names of its students who made the honor roll for second quarter.
SENIORS - Logan Browne, Bronté Cunningham, Andrew Davidson, Kellie Dennis, Michael Glaze, Rachel Harper, Elizabeth Hasenfratz, Madeline Jackson, Thomas Martin, Jacob Rahe, Sarah Selzer, Connor Speck, Hannah Starr, Kyle Waynick, Elise Wolff, Emily Zielinski, Berkleigh Zura.
JUNIORS - Anthony Bolton, Julianna Cajka, Sierra Corns, Erin Cosgrove, Timothy Dennis, Samantha Durbin, Lucas Friess, Morgan Getz, Kelsey Hilt, Paige Himburg, Elizabeth Hirzel, Zachary Jacoby, Elena Kirkbride, David Krukemyer, Katelyn Lang, Rebecca Lang, Tyler McCrory, Hannah Meyer, Kortni Montag, Katherine Przybylski, River Redman, Zachary Ross, Elly Schnitker, Jenna Selhorst, Abigail Sheldrick, Veronica Sholey, Scott Stewart, Aaron Titkemeier, Lydia Tressel, Caleb Tussing, Matthew White, Erik Withrow.
SOPHOMORES - Mackenzie Albright, Olivia Arman, Madeline Cherry, Samuel Church, Nicholas Coffman, Alyssa Decker, Abigail Dobson, Faith Hardy, Riley Hessel, Jaimee Hiser, Preston Link, Kylie Martin-Crosby, Jenna Moore, Hope Murua, Desiree Nidiffer, Michaela Nieschwitz, Zachary Pease, Megan Pustay, Natalie Reidling, Mary Rogers, Brianna Rost, Kayla Russell, Melissa Russell, Ryan Salazar, Samantha Sanders, Brian Selhorst, Trevor Shultz, Jenn√© Venier, Megan Welker,  Alexa York.
FRESHMEN - Logan Baugher, Joshua Bierley, Michael Burket, Kenneth Cassaubon, Paul Cathers, Stacey Cooper-Bowen, Jason Ernsthausen, Macey Fix, Lucas Jackson, Jonathan Konecny, Marisa Launstein, Ashley Madaras, Danielle Miranda, Jolynn Nissen, Tyler Ruck, Jordan Slaughterbeck, Hannah Sponaugle, Shelby Staats, Tyler Tudor, Grace Vaughn, Landon Zura.
Owens offers mini-session classes PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 07 March 2014 09:39
Owens Community College is offering mini-session classes ranging from five to nine weeks, beginning March 17.
These mini-sessions are designed to help students achieve their academic goals faster.
Mini-session classes are offered in the fall and spring after the start of the traditional 15-week semester. They provide students are more flexible schedule, as they are shorter in the number of weeks you attend class, but offer the same classroom contact hours. Students can chose from many class options, including business, State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) and welding.
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