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Elmwood Middle School Honor Roll 11-23-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 23 November 2013 18:12
Elmwood Middle School has released the first-quarter honor roll, listing these students.
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8th GRADE - Makaylie Borton, Emma Bowen, Ciaira Brown, Jonah Childress, Allison Drees, Mattison Hillard, Dylan Hinton, McKenzie Mercer, Elise Semko, Morghan Strayer
7th GRADE - Benjamin Armbruster, Chaillee Coleman, Evan Frankfather, Elizabeth Hardy, Joseph Laborie, Claire Meyer
6th GRADE - Cassandra Bechstein, Dale Dewey, Anna Gudakunst, Caleigh Instone, Mackenzie Shaffer, Noah Veryser, Haley Zimmerman
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Education Briefs: 11-23-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 23 November 2013 18:10
St. Wendelin seeks nominations
for Distinguished Graduate Award
FOSTORIA - Principal Mike Amlin has announced that St. Wendelin Catholic School is seeking nominations for the National Catholic Education Association's Distinguished Graduate Award.
To be eligible, the nominee should have graduated from St. Wendelin Elementary School at least 10 years ago.
Nominations forms can be found on the St. Wendelin Catholic School website, www.stwendelin.org. and at the school office, 533 N. Countyline St.
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Eastwood accepts $2,700 in donations PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 November 2013 09:54
PEMBERVILLE - The Eastwood Board of Education accepted donations totalling more than $2,700 during its Monday meeting.
The largest donation was more than $1,917 from the Eastwood Band Boosters for a marching band observation scaffolding. The organization also gave $695 for partial payment of a King 1124SP baritone.
A $145 donation was also accepted from the Luckey Class of 1953 to be used for the students at Luckey Elementary.
In other business, the board:
•    Commended a series of 13 district students, including Katelyn Lang, Rebecca Lang and Veronica Sholey for being selected to the OMEA Northwest Region Honors Orchestra; Jae Eun Schermerhorn and James Wasylyshyn for being selected to the Bowling Green State University Middle School Honor Band;
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Rossford seeks families to host exchange students PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 November 2013 09:54
ROSSFORD - Rossford Junior High is participating in the ACES Youth Ambassador Exchange program.
American Cultural Exchange Service is looking for host families for Chinese middle school students, age 13-14, arriving in January as part of the Youth Ambassador Exchange Program.
The YAE Program is a three-week culture and language program. The program needs host families who are eager to show these youth ambassadors what life is like in the United States.
Students are eager to help with chores, attend family events, follow all host family rules, and share their culture.
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Elmwood school board updated on reading camp, technology plans PDF Print E-mail
Written by BILL RYAN Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 21 November 2013 09:53
JERRY CITY - Members of the Elmwood Board of Education received some preliminary information for long-range technology plans in the district, and learned how students who attended the Summer Reading Camp fared very well in testing and advancement through their participation in the camp.
Reports showed that overall, of the first- through third-grade students who participated in the camp, roughly half advanced a level in reading. The other half stayed at the same level, with not one student regressing.
Of the 111 students who attended in the three grades, 56 remained at the same level from over the summer; 38 students improved one level; 12 grew two levels and five students grew three levels in reading.
The results were better than the results of the students who did not participate in the camp. The board thus questioned whether it is worth the cost considering there was not a "significant" difference between the groups. However, it was then pointed out that many, if not most, of those participating in the camp had been invited to attend as they had been identified as "at risk" in reading skills.
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