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Otsego to buy 400 Chromebooks for grades 6-8 in time for fall PDF Print E-mail
Written by MARIE THOMAS BAIRD Sentinel Education Editor   
Saturday, 24 May 2014 02:24
TONTOGANY - Otsego will spend more than $100,000 to supply laptop computers for junior high school students.
The school board approved a contract with VAR Resources to finance the purchase of 400 Chromebooks for grades 6-8 this fall. The cost is $115,000, according to Superintendent Adam Koch.
The money will come out of the district's permanent improvement fund, from the sale of school property.
Pam Heyman and Ginger Caris, both teachers in the junior high, explained to the board the advantages of adding the Chromebooks to the classrooms.
The Chromebooks load quickly and with a Linux operating system, is not prone to viruses.
The computers will allow teachers to be accessible to students at all times, and provides paperless homework, testing, lesson plans and note taking.
Students also will be able to take them home to complete assignments, even without Internet access.
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Elmwood's Krouse will focus on engineering in college PDF Print E-mail
Written by RACHEL GAST Sentinel Staff Writer   
Saturday, 24 May 2014 02:17
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Justin Krouse will play football and study engineering. (J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
JERRY CITY - Elmwood High School senior Justin Krouse has found time for the football, basketball, wrestling and track teams, the student council and the National Honor Society as well as his studies.
Krouse met with coaches from University of Toledo, Harvard, Princeton and the University of Indianapolis. He says, "I wanted to play football somewhere and I wanted to do engineering and I wasn't going to bend either way."
The Rose-Hulman Institute won him over.
"I loved the campus, loved the coaches. I spent the night there and knew it was the place for me, I decided the day after."
His mother, Nancy Krouse, said, "He's not nervous, he's really excited to play football and learn engineering. I think it's me with all the reserve" about the long distance.
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Student of the Month: 05-22-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 22 May 2014 08:04
Elmwood High School
Sebastian Baxter is the May Student of the Month at Elmwood High School. He is the son of Dan and Mary Saam, Wayne.
Baxter is a two-time letterman in football, and was named to the NBC Academic Team; is a two-time letterman in basketball, where he was captain and also was named to the NBC Academic Team; and is a three-time letterman in track and field.
He is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the youth group at Church of the Good Shepherd.
He volunteers at the Cherry Street Mission in Toledo and the Bowling Green Care Center.
He plans to attend Anderson University to study psychology and communications while participating in track and field.
 
A-MAY-zing art show tonight (05-22-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 22 May 2014 10:25
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At top, Bowling Green senior Jona-than Knoell helps fellow classmate Deja Serrato with her art project during set-up for the a-MAY-ing art show, tonight from 6 to 8 p.m in the small gym. At bottom, Payton Martinez works on setting up her senior project, a dress made of newspaper.
(Photos: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
 
Legislation requires immunization for licensed day-care providers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 22 May 2014 08:03
State Representative Tim Brown (R-Bowling Green) has cosponsored legislation that would require children who are enrolled in licensed day-care centers to have recommended immunizations.
House Bill 536, introduced with bipartisan sponsorship, would require children to be vaccinated in accordance with recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Children must be vaccinated prior to entering kindergarten, but Ohio is the only state that does not mandate vaccines for preschool and day care.
"There is nothing more important than ensuring the health and welfare of our children, especially when they have been entrusted to a school or daycare facility. This bill will help bring Ohio in line with the health standards already in place in 49 other states," Brown said.
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