Registration Rocks on Owens campus PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 29 March 2014 07:57
Area high school seniors are invited to learn about Owens Community College's many academic program offerings and educational opportunities during a fun, music-themed event as the college hosts "Registration Rocks!"
The event will run Tuesday through Thursday, April 8-10, and May 13-14 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the Perrysburg Township campus, College Hall 130.
Students will be able to complete their placement test, attend New Student Orientation, register for their first semester of classes, and receive their student ID all in one day.
A separate information session on financial aid and supporting your child in college will be offered to parents who attend "Registration Rocks!"
Elmwood Middle School Honor Roll: 03-29-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 29 March 2014 07:56
Elmwood Middle School has released its third-quarter honor roll.

FIFTH GRADE - Madison Daniels, Zachary Endicott, Ericka Keyser, Kaylie Kingery, Samantha Meyer, Wyatt Nagel, Allison Nonnemaker, Jenna Tanner.
SIXTH GRADE - Zachary Abke, Natalie Beaverson, Cassandra Bechstein, Anna Gudakunst, Mackenzie Shaffer, Noah Veryser.
SEVENTH GRADE - Ben Armbruster, Chaillee Coleman, Evan Frankfather, Jillian Hannah, Elizabeth Hardy, Joseph Laborie, Claire Meyer, Marshall Tienarend.
EIGHTH GRADE - Ciaira Brown, Allison Drees, Mattison Hillard, Dylan Hinton, McKenzie Mercer.

3.50 - 3.99
FIFTH GRADE - Grace Armbruster, Andrea Bingham, Courtney Clark, Barett Coleman, Mason Coulter, Carly Dibling, Tyler Douglas, Daniel Duvall, Gunner Endicott, Breanna Gonyer, Zane Hagemeyer, Kyler Hiser, Savannah Kauffman, Brionna Laube, Abigail Lee, Kylie Mossbarger, Kara Nuding, Karson Palmer, Regan Watters, Michelle Wickersham.
Soon-to-be moms abound at Kenwood PDF Print E-mail
Written by MARIE THOMAS BAIRD Sentinel Education Editor   
Thursday, 27 March 2014 11:03
Kenwood Elementary School has four pregnant teachers: Jana Metzger (from left), Megan Fults, Jeni Niekamp and Courtney Eckel. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Don't drink the water at Kenwood Elementary School in Bowling Green.
That, at least, is what four mothers-to-be are hearing a lot these days.
There are four pregnant teachers at the school: Jeni Niekamp, Jana Metzger, Megan Fults and Courtney Eckel.
This is not the first baby for any of them, and other teachers and staff had a baby sprinkle for them earlier this month. A sprinkle, as opposed to a shower, is for expectant mothers who might not need as much.
"It's pretty obvious that they're pregnant, said Principal Kathleen Daney.
She blamed it on the Polar Pops that physical education teacher Jeremy Koehler brings to the school every Friday.
But no, that's not it because the four don't drink them.
Niekamp and Metzger both teach third grade, Fults teaches fourth, and Eckel is an intervention specialist.
Metzger pointed out that all four were also pregnant around the same time two years ago.
Student of the Month: 03-29-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 29 March 2014 07:51
Matt Mazur
Penta Career Center
Matt Mazur and Elise Brown have been named the Career-Technical Student of the Month for February and March, respectively, by the Perrysburg Kiwanis Club.
Mazur, a senior from Rossford High School, is enrolled in the Construction Electricity program at Penta.
Throughout his high school experience, he has been active in extra-curricular activities, volunteering and working. At Rossford High School, Mazur has been a member of the baseball team and has participated in varsity choir. At Penta, he has been an honor roll student and is involved in SkillsUSA, a career-technical student leadership organization.
Through his involvement with SkillsUSA, he won the local competition in the Residential Wiring contest. At the Regional SkillsUSA competition, he placed fourth in the same contest.
Mazur has volunteered the past two years for the Operation Breadbasket, a food and clothing drive through the Perrysburg Township Fire Department. During this activity he helped sort and pack food and clothing for needy families.
16 Penta students to be inducted into National Technical Honor Society PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 27 March 2014 09:55
PERRYSBURG - Penta Career Center students will be inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) during a special ceremony tonight at Penta Career Center. This year 16 students will be honored for their career-technical achievements.
The NTHS is similar to the National Honor Society at comprehensive high schools where students are recognized for scholarship, leadership, service and character. Membership in the NTHS at Penta requires students to maintain excellent attendance, good behavior and a 3.5 grade point average. In addition, inductees must meet the seven attributes of NTHS (skills, honesty, service, responsibility, scholarship, citizenship, and leadership).
This is the second year the NTHS has been in existence for students at Penta.  It was established in 2013 as an additional way to recognize student achievement and leadership.
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