Campus News: 12-21-13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 21 December 2013 09:09
Blake Hughes of Rossford will serve at the Home of Love in Chennai, India, this January for what is Huntington University's third trip to serve at the all-girls orphanage. Hughes is a junior Computer Science and Animation major at HU.
Home of Love, an orphanage for Indian girls at risk of living on the streets or getting involved in prostitution, is forever bonded with HU. Students have raised thousands of dollars for the orphanage in past years in addition to leading Bible studies and performing on-site construction.

Amanda Ridenour, a junior animal science/pre-veterinary medicine major, recently performed in the University of Findlay's Marching Oiler Brass concert. Ridenour, of Bloomdale, is a 2011 graduate of Elmwood High School. At UF, Ridenour participates in marching band and concert band.
BG board updated on testing schedule PDF Print E-mail
Written by MARIE THOMAS BAIRD Sentinel Education Editor   
Saturday, 21 December 2013 09:07
Bowling Green's school board got a crash course in the upcoming state-mandated tests for students.
Todd Cramer, executive director of teaching and learning, on Tuesday ran through all the tests students third grade to senior year will take starting next school year.
The requirements are part of the new Common Core standards, which sets a uniform benchmarks for reading, writing and math.
Cramer went through the 2014-15 testing schedule, pointing out tests will last a minimum of 45 minutes and a maximum of 105 minutes.
He said third-graders will spend 18 hours completing state-mandated assessments, and that next year's sophomores should be ready to take over 20 tests before they graduate.
"It really seems nearly impossible" to get all the required testing done in a year, said Superintendent Ann McVey.
Otsego Elementary Honor Roll: 12-19-13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 19 December 2013 10:07
Otsego elementary has released its first quarter honor roll, listing the following students.

THIRD GRADE - Clay Battin, Alayna Dotson, Chloe Downs, Emma Downs, Preslee Drain, Donovan Farley, Bryndie Funk, Nataleigh Hartman, Tucker Hunsberger, Gage Jones, Adam Kosinski, Johanna Lamb, Summer Lehsten, Joey Manley, Abigail Martin, Levi Puffer, Olivia Speegle, Rubyrain Thomas, Chaz Timko, Alexander Voska, Samantha Walker, Ellyanna Zeller.
FOURTH GRADE - Ethan Balusik, Madissen Boyer, Brazden Brown, Devin Coon, Anna Divis, Hannah Duncan, Ellie Feehan, Jonah Guthrie, Evelyn Hartman, Chase Helberg, Shelby Keifer, Cooper Kempf, Grace Limes, Cadence Luce, Katilyn Makowski, Caden Martinez-Buehrer, Micah May, Seth Miller, Calvin Renkel, Morgan Simon, Olivia Tansel, Aidan Tobar, Carsyn Tussing, Ava Werdebaugh, Abbygail Wichman.
FIFTH GRADE - Abigail Brown, Miriam Chase, Paige Estep, Abby Gase, Michael Gonzalez, Ethan Lenox, Erika Putnam, Alex Richardson, Christian Scott, Amelia Simpson, Brayden Timko, Mason Wade,
Three new members join Owens board PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 19 December 2013 10:16
On Tuesday, Gov. John Kasich announced the following appointments to the Owens Community College Board of Trustees:
Keith B. Jordan Sr. of Toledo and Mary Beth Hammond of Findlay have been appointed for terms beginning Dec. 16, 2013 and ending Sept. 21, 2018.
Dr. Srinivas K. Hejeebu of Sylvania has been appointed for a term beginning Dec. 16, 2013 and ending Sept. 21, 2014.
They fill the three seats vacant since 2012. Those seats were previously filled by Dave Habegger, Allan Libbe and RJ Molter.
Research War of 1812 and win cash PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 19 December 2013 10:06
The State of Ohio War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission has announced a research contest open to any Ohio student ages 13 to 18 and in grades 7 through 12.
The research project may take the form of an essay, a Web site, a podcast, or a Powerpoint presentation.  
"Our goal is for students to present historical narrative and interpretation in a compelling and informative manner," said Dr. Peter Hahn, a commission member and chairman of the history department at Ohio State University.
First place winners will each receive $3,000. Second place winners will each receive $1,500, and third place winners will each take home $500. Students in grades 7 to 9 should prepare submissions based on one of the following prompts:
1. How did Ohio's geographic location, including its proximity to Lake Erie, shape its strategic importance to the U.S. war effort against Britain during the War of 1812?
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