BG Schools offers Guiding Good Choices parenting program PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 March 2014 09:40
A research-based, nationally recognized, proven-effective parenting program for the Bowling Green Area Schools is set for this month.
This class has been approved by the board of education and is provided through the Safe Schools Healthy Students initiative.
Guiding Good Choices will begin Tuesday and will be held at Conneaut Elementary from 6:30 to 8 p.m.  
The class is for parents concerned that as your child grows up and eventually heads for middle school or high school he/she will be overwhelmed and not make wise decisions.
Guiding Good Choices is the premier drug prevention program for parents of children ages 9-14.
This program gives parents the skills they need to help reduce or prevent substance abuse and other potential problem behaviors in their children.
The primary purpose of the series is to build a strong foundation for the family unit and for parents to make their family and their home a secure, safe, and stable place for all family members.
Research demonstrates that children who have strong relationships with their parents develop better social and emotional competencies; skills which in turn help them succeed in school and make healthier life choices.
Elmwood's Kristen Curtis is student of the month PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 March 2014 09:38
Elmwood High School
Justin Krouse was named January Student of the Month at Elmwood High School, and Kristen Curtis received the honor in February.
Krouse is the son of Nancy Krouse, Van Buren, and Lance Krouse, Bloomdale.
He has played football and competed in track and field for four years, and has participated in basketball and wrestling.
He is a 4.0 gpa student and was named top student in chemistry, American history, civil engineering and architecture.
He is a member of National Honor Society, student council, FCA and works at Tents-N-Stuff.
He is a member of Salem United Methodist Church and participates in the youth group and pastor parish committee.
He plans to play football in college and study mechanical engineering.
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/
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.
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.
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