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Honor Roll: Eastwood Middle School (05-15-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 15 May 2014 09:06
Principal John Obrock has released the names of students who earned honor roll status for third quarter at Eastwood Middle School.

4.00 TO 4.30
FIFTH - Isaac Badenhop, Melinda Barman, Owen Brinker, Maxwell Buchman, Carson Charville, Donovan Cochrane, Emma Finley, Hannah Friend, Ethan Gaddie, Samantha Genson, Adam Graber, Heath Hagg, Cordelia Howard, Reegan Jude, Emma Ray, Cora Renollet, David Russell, Kaitlyn Schooner, Sheriden Schuerman, Zachary Sechkar, Jaylee Souder, Sydney Staats, Mia Stephenson, Sidney Strauss.
SIXTH - Sarah Ameling, Hannah Beaudoin, Dylan Brogan, Emily Cajka, Griffin Coffield, Julia Flores, Mason Glaze, Joshua Hahn, Ashley Hodulik, Alyssa Hoodlebrink, Alexis Pathammavong, Lucas Pease, Lily Phommalee, Lewis Roman, Kelly Royal, Benjamin Thompson, Trey Tuttamore, Logan Wendt, Chloe Wilson, Emily Zatko.
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BGHS DECA sends 7 to international event PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 15 May 2014 08:36
This month, seven BGHS DECA members competed at DECA's 68th International Career Development Conference in Atlanta.
The conference spotlights DECA's top student performers from all 50 United States, Canada, China, Guam, Puerto Rico and Spain.
It also highlights innovative business partnerships that empower these emerging business leaders and future entrepreneurs to tackle the challenges of an ever-evolving and persistently difficult economic landscape.
Fifteen senior DECA members earned spots to compete at the state level in DECA's Career Development Conference this past March.
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On Monday, a Day in Time concert is for those who have trouble making evening shows PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 10 May 2014 08:26
On Monday at 10 a.m., the Bowling Green Bobcat Jazz and Symphonic Bands will present a concert in the Performing Arts Center.
This special daytime concert is programmed especially for those that have difficulty attending evening events.  
The jazz band performance will include the Big Band sounds of "Tuxedo Junction" and "Mood Indigo."
The symphonic band will perform a variety of selections including American composer Aaron Copland's "The Promise of Living," a saxophone quartet called "Sailor's Hornpipe," an arrangement of a piano piece named "Cakewalk" and popular marches.
Guest soloist Jim George will perform a euphonium solo as well.
The concert will last about 40 minutes with refreshments served after in the lobby.
The intentions is to make the show especially fun for young children as well as senior citizens.
 
Otsego band features Sousa for spring concert PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 15 May 2014 08:36
TONTOGANY - The Otsego High School concert band is returning after a four-year hiatus with a "Stars, Stripes and Sousa" concert.
The performance is set for Monday at 7 p.m. in the Otsego Performing Arts Center.
The 80-member student band, grades 9-12, will be helped by approximately 25 community instrumentalists, from the Maumee Community Band and Otsego alumni.
The concert is to celebrate the John Philip Sousa Band, America's patriotism and honor "Defenders of Freedom."
The concert is "a big educational value" for students, said director Rich Dubler.
Sousa was "one of the most important composers in America, especially in band," he said.
Students also are learning the way Sousa conducted his concerts. The band on Monday will perform 16 pieces, each followed by an encore march.
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Education Briefs: 05-10-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 10 May 2014 08:24
Kenwood artwork given away
Former students of Kenwood Elementary who had art framed on the hallway walls or in the library can pick their art up at the school anytime until the end of the school year.
Some of the artwork dates back decades.

Way Library offers May programs for homeschoolers
PERRYSBURG - Book Talk will take place on Monday at 1:30 p.m. for ages 8-12. "How to Eat Fried Worms" by Thomas Rockwell will be discussed. The humorous book tells the story of a boy who is challenged to eat 15 worms in 15 days. Books are available at the youth desk.
Mad Scientists' Club will be held on May 19 at 1:30 p.m. for ages 8-12. The topic is rocketry and how Newton's Third Law of Motion pertains to that. Youngsters  will make several types of rockets. Online registration is required.
Registration can be done at www.waylibrary.info or by calling 419-874-3135, ext. 116.
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