Campus news: 3-6-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 March 2014 09:37
Kaitlin Pohlman of Rossford received a Denison Alumni Award. The Denison Alumni Award is based on academic achievement, leadership and personal merit.
Jessica Jensen, of Millbury, is a member of AU G.I.V.S. at Ashland University. Jensen is majoring in early childhood education and serves as one of the event chairs for AU G.I.V.S. The mission of AU G.I.V.S. is to provide Ashland Univer-sity, including students, faculty and staff, with service opportunities to expand their social and educational experiences as well as create an atmosphere of committed lifelong service to others and an understanding of social responsibility and civic engagement. She is also a member of The Well, a gathering of people following, seeking or curious about Jesus Christ.
Natasha Kirkbride, of Pemberville, is a resident assistant at Ashland University where she is majoring in dietetics. Kirkbride is a graduate of Eastwood High School.
Quiz Bowl: 3-6-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 March 2014 09:36
Elmwood MS defeats BGCA, North Baltimore
Elmwood Middle School scored two wins.
Elmwood beat Bowling Green Christian Academy on Feb. 26, 84-42; and North Baltimore on March 3, 86-34.
Top scorers in the first match were Dakota Clementz for Elmwood, and Hannah Bowlus and Joe Allen for BGCA.
In the second match, top scorers were Joey Laborie for Elmwood and David Patterson for North Baltimore.
Coaches are Katie Smith for Elmwood, Sue Larimer for BGCA and Ryan Lamb for North Baltimore.

Lake MS defeats BGCA
Timmy Walker scored the most points for Lake Middle School in the teams win over Bowling Green Christian Academy. The score was 40-34.
High scorer for BGCA was Kathryn Fyfe.
Coaches are Anita Price for Lake and Sue Larimer for BGCA.
The match was Feb. 27/
BG's PACE challenges gifted students PDF Print E-mail
Written by MARIE THOMAS BAIRD Sentinel Education Editor   
Saturday, 01 March 2014 09:14
Laura Weaver is hoping to get more students involved in Bowling Green Schools' PACE program.
Weaver, the gifted intervention specialist for the district, said the theme for this year's students is "Patterns Across the Curriculum" and includes the study of skills needed for the Common Core Standards including English, language arts, math, science, social studies and art.
The PACE program serves superior cognitive ability students in grades 3-6 one day a week. Program goals include student development of talents and abilities in relation to self, others, and service to society; research techniques and planning and organizational skills; various forms of communication; critical thinking skills; and creative thinking skills.
PACE stands for Providing Acceleration, Creativity, and Enrichment and students are tested for superior cognitive abilities for admission. They can be referred to PACE by a parent or teacher.
There are 40 students in the program this year; the state allows 15 per grade, so there is room at all four grade levels for more students, Weaver said.
To date, all students have taken a trip to the geodesic dome at the 577 Foundation in Perrysburg and have built their own domes.
Grant to subsidize internships at BGSU PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 10:01
The Ohio Legislature has appropriated funding to Ohio colleges and universities to increase internships and co-ops with the goal of retaining more workers in Ohio.
Bowling Green State University, for example, will use its grant funding to subsidize employers up to 50 percent of wages and benefits for each new intern/co-op hired.
The goal is to help area employers reduce the cost in recruiting, training, and retaining talent.
Targeted JobsOhio industry areas include: Aerospace & Aviation, Automotive, Financial Services, BioHealth, Advanced Manufacturing, Energy, Food Processing, Polymers and Chemicals, Information Technology and Services.
Teen drinking focus of Perrysburg presentation PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 01 March 2014 09:10
PERRYSBURG - On Tuesday at 7 p.m., Perrysburg Schools will host an hour-long event for parents and students that focuses on stopping teenage drinking. The program is free and open to the public, and the district is encouraging parents and students from Perrysburg as well as other schools to attend. The event will be held in the Commodore Building Auditorium at 140 E. Indiana Ave.
"From our trendsetting student athlete drug testing policy to the fact that we were just selected to be the regional kickoff site for the Governor's anti-drug initiative, Start Talking, Perrysburg Schools strives to do all we can to keep children in our communities safe," stated Superintendent Thomas L. Hosler.
The presenters will be Cindy and Brian Hoeflinger, who lost their son, Brian, at age 18 in an alcohol-related car accident on Feb. 2, 2013. In the wake of this tragedy, the Hoeflinger family has chosen to cope with their grief by sharing their story in hopes that it may save the lives of other children in our community.
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