Otsego High School names Gonyer student of the month PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 27 February 2014 10:28
Alexis Gonyer was named the December Student of the Month at Otsego High School.
Also honored were junior Josh Horseman, sophomore Brianna Meier and freshman Krystal Thomas.
Gonyer is active in marching, concert and pep band, and also has participated in National Honor Society, book and media club, Teen Institute and FFA.
She earned her Greenhand Degree in 2011 and State Degree in 2012, in FFA.
She has been a member of Sonlight youth group for four years and was a delegate last summer to Buckeye Girls State.
She is ranked 22nd in the senior class and has a 3.8 gpa.
The daughter of John and Lori Gonyer, Weston, the senior plans to attend the University of Findlay to study pre-veterinary medicine and eventually run a veterinary clinic and a birds of prey rehab center out West.
Horseman is the son of Jeff and Sheila Horseman, Tontogany.
Otsego Mathcounts advances to state PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 27 February 2014 10:28
TONTOGANY - Nearly 140 students from 19 schools participated in the Mathcounts regional competition this month at the University of Toledo.
The 2014 Otsego team included: Hailey Asmus, Braeden Murphy, Devin McKee, Josh Shawberry, Hunter Martinez-Buehrer, Jordyn Lenox, Joseph McQuillin, Felicity Jinnings, Evan Farley, Andrew Richardson, and Luke Beach.
The Otsego team receives funding from the Otsego Endowment Foundation in order to pay for participating in the competition.
The competition requires participants to work as individuals and at times as a team to accomplish engineering, probability, algebra, geometry, and logic problems that are written at a high level. There is a round where a calculator is permitted and another round when it is not and participants must rely on mental math ability. The third round that takes place on stage in front of all participants and is a Jeopardy style face-off between the top 16 students in the competition.
The top 10 students move on to the state competition in Columbus.
The team finished eight and Braeden Murphy as an individual finished eighth place and he also advanced to the state level of the competition.
Owens to hold College Preview Night on both campuses PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 27 February 2014 10:26
Owens Community College is offering a College Preview Night on both its main campus and its site in Findlay.
At the Perrysburg Township campus, more than 100 public and private colleges and universities from Ohio and the multi-state area will visit Wednesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Student Health and Activities Center and the Center for Fine and Performing Arts.
In Findlay, more than 80 public and private colleges and universities will visit on Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Health and Wellness Center.
The events will provide prospective students the opportunity to visit with various college and university representatives and learn about financial aid, student activities, academic program offerings, athletic eligibility, accommodations for students with special needs, and more.
In addition, representatives from local financial institutions will be present to provide information on student loans. Represent-atives of the various military branches will also be on hand to discuss admission to military academies and  ROTC.
For more information on Wednesday's event call 567-661-7777.
For more information on the Findlay night, call the Findlay-area campus admissions office at 567-429-3509.
Quiz Bowl: 2-27-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 27 February 2014 10:26
Hilfiker, Elmwood Elem. each win one

The Hilfiker Elementary team from Gibsonburg defeated Elmwood Elementary, 72-64 on Feb. 4, but turned around and lost to Elmwood, 62-58 on Feb. 6.
High scorers for both matches were Jonah Vann for Hilfiker and Cassie Bechstein for Elmwood.
Coaches are Erika Montgomery for Hilfiker and Sandy Laborie for Elmwood.

Eastwood defeats Elmwood, Hilfiker

The Eastwood elementary quiz bowl team has defeated Elmwood, 94 to 54, and Gibsonburg's Hilfiker, 74-36.
Lewis Rowan was the lead scorer for Eastwood in both matches. Holly Chappuies is the coach.
Top scorers for Elmwood were Cassie Bechstein. Sandy Laborie is the coach.
Megan Widmer was the top scorer for Hilfiker. Erika Montgomery is the coach.
BGMS plans open house PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 27 February 2014 10:25
Bowling Green Middle School will host an open house for incoming sixth-grade students on March 10 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The event will begin with regi registration information in the Performing Arts Center. Afterwards, parents and students can tour the building, speak to Core Plus Teachers and participate in "Festival of the Arts" activities such as a community art project, instrument exploration, live performances and culinary activities.  Contact BGMS at 419-354-0200 for more information.
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