Campus news: 3-7-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 07 March 2014 09:39
Amanda Ridenour, a junior animal science major from Bloomdale, recently performed in the University of Findlay's Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble concert, "A Christmas Festival." Ridenour, a 2011 graduate of Elmwood High School, is active in marching band and concert band at UF.
Deans list: 3-7-14 PDF Print E-mail
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University of Kentucky
The University of Kentucky has released its dean's list for the fall semester, and it includes four students from Perrysburg: Joshua Fox, Taylor Jordan, Jonathan Krueger, and Nicole Vahalik.

Terra State Community College
Students receiving academic honors and named to the dean's list at Terra State Community College for the fall semester have met the college requirements for this honor by carrying 12 or more credit hours and achieving a grade point average of at least 3.50.
The list includes Samantha Norman, Maria Ratushinskaya, Krista Rhoades, all from Bowling Green; David Estep and Stacy Pribe-Stuller, Bradner; Kourtney Dance, Northwood; and Krystle Scott, Risingsun.

Clemson University
Kara Sigmon of Perrysburg has been named to the dean's list at Clemson University for the fall semester.
To be named to the list, a student achieved a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale.
BG Schools offers Guiding Good Choices parenting program PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 March 2014 09:40
A research-based, nationally recognized, proven-effective parenting program for the Bowling Green Area Schools is set for this month.
This class has been approved by the board of education and is provided through the Safe Schools Healthy Students initiative.
Guiding Good Choices will begin Tuesday and will be held at Conneaut Elementary from 6:30 to 8 p.m.  
The class is for parents concerned that as your child grows up and eventually heads for middle school or high school he/she will be overwhelmed and not make wise decisions.
Guiding Good Choices is the premier drug prevention program for parents of children ages 9-14.
This program gives parents the skills they need to help reduce or prevent substance abuse and other potential problem behaviors in their children.
The primary purpose of the series is to build a strong foundation for the family unit and for parents to make their family and their home a secure, safe, and stable place for all family members.
Research demonstrates that children who have strong relationships with their parents develop better social and emotional competencies; skills which in turn help them succeed in school and make healthier life choices.
Penta's culinary arts students present Taste of the Nations PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 March 2014 11:52
PERRYSBURG - High school seniors, who are studying Culinary Arts at Penta Career Center, have spent the past few weeks researching foods from foreign countries and will be preparing many dishes for sampling during an event called "Taste of the Nations" Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Taste of the Nations will be in the student-operated Culinary Connection restaurant on the campus of Penta Career Center, 9301 Buck Road in Perrysburg Township.
There is a cost of 50 cents per ticket and food samples range in price from 50 cents to $1.50.  
The students will be preparing a variety of dishes from the following countries: Canada, Germany, England, Bulgaria, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, Morocco, Bahamas (USA), Turkey, and Japan.  Some of the dishes include: stuffed squash marrows from Bulgaria; shrimp on the barbie from Australia; maple mousse with candied bacon from Canada; veal schnitzel from Germany; fish and chips from England; coconut papaya rice pudding from Thailand; beef brisket pho from Vietnam;  lamb burgers with couscous from Morocco; conch fritters from the Bahamas; spiced beef burek from Turkey; and spicy tuna roll from Japan.
Elmwood's Kristen Curtis is student of the month PDF Print E-mail
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Elmwood High School
Justin Krouse was named January Student of the Month at Elmwood High School, and Kristen Curtis received the honor in February.
Krouse is the son of Nancy Krouse, Van Buren, and Lance Krouse, Bloomdale.
He has played football and competed in track and field for four years, and has participated in basketball and wrestling.
He is a 4.0 gpa student and was named top student in chemistry, American history, civil engineering and architecture.
He is a member of National Honor Society, student council, FCA and works at Tents-N-Stuff.
He is a member of Salem United Methodist Church and participates in the youth group and pastor parish committee.
He plans to play football in college and study mechanical engineering.
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