Bowling Green High School Honor Roll 05-03-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 03 May 2014 08:14
Bowling Green High School
Bowling Green High School has released its honor roll for the third quarter.
SENIORS - Kimberley Adler, Matthew Allen, Sarah Altstadt, Emma Avery, Amanda Barndt, Jana Cable, Nicole Castor, Joseph Cohen, Kevin Connell, Taylor DeSmith, Gramm Drennen, Grace Easterly, Bronwen Espen, Andrew Fisher, Kayleigh George, Erin Graves, Kirstyn Harris, Zachary Hendricks, Alicia Kokomoor, Noah Lanning, Brittany Lay, Larissa Leck, Brian LeGalley, Drew Mankowski, Kassandra Memmer, Bekka Miller, Reagan Morman, Hortencia Perez, Phillip Rich, Morgan Roe, Maggie Schaller, Rachel Schroeder, Nathan Sell, Sabrina Smith, Don Snyder, Rachel Standinger, Nathan Tembo, Makinzie Viola, Stormy Weiss, Hanna Williford, Trey Yarger.
JUNIORS - Timothy Aumiller, Taylour Aungst, Kathryn Baker, Taylor Boggs, Sara Boise, Cara Brosius, Marissa Brubaker, Arely Cardenas, Emily Carty, Truman Chambers, Joseph Costic-Moore, Harper Craft, Aaron Crawford, Olivia Dill, Aaron Donaldson, Martha Drake, Hannah Elder, Austin Ezzone, Shawn Feehan, Matthew Galliger, Mallory Glenn, Derek Griffin, Emma Harkness, Skylar Hayes, Cole Highhouse, Maria Horrigan, Genna Hunt, Riley Jackson, Zane Jennings, Susan Johnson, Mira Kokomoor, Nathan Kresman, Bradley Krupp, Joshua Kurfess, Sasha Lanning, Shawn Layden, Hailey Maas, Aidan Markey, Tevon Martinez, Rachel Miller, Aubrey Milligan, Flannery Murnen, David Myerholtz, Hogan Pash, Tyler Remeis, Shivang Saxena, Spencer Schultz, David Shaw, Emily Sidle, Jacob Spangenberg, Steven Speck, Brooks Taylor, Hope Teggart, Hannah Tschappat, Kaila Tucker.
Bible Studies Day celebrated (05-01-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 May 2014 11:18
Andrew Watkins (from left), Madison Dailey, Anna Fyfe and Stella Ferris are all dressed in costume at BG Christian Academy during Bible Studies Day on April 18. Students experienced an archaeological dig, were taught about birds of the Bible, shared in a “Passover Meal” and played games. Bible Day is an all-day immersion into the life and times of the people of the Bible. This is a special event celebrated every year at the culmination of the Lenten season.
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NB honors top students tonight PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 May 2014 09:02
North Baltimore Middle School and North Balti-more High School will honor its top scholars with the 29th annual Academic Honors Program tonight in the high school gym.
Students in grades 7 through 12 will be presented with certificates for having achieved honor roll status three out of three grading periods this school year.
A total of 46 students in grades 10, 11, and 12 will receive plaques and academic letters for earning and maintaining at least a 3.5 cumulative grade point average through three, five, or seven semesters. The three seniors this year with the highest grade point average will receive $50.
Bill will authorize tuition guarantee program for community colleges PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 May 2014 09:12
State Representatives Tim Brown (R-Bowling Green) and Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) have announced passage of their jointly sponsored bill, House Bill 484, legislation that modifies laws regarding the state's colleges and universities, from the Ohio House of Representatives.
One of the many bills within the governor's Mid-Biennial Review, House Bill 484 authorizes community colleges to create a tuition guarantee program, where schools establish a tuition cost for incoming freshmen with the promise that the costs will not increase over the course of the student's time at the college.  This bill includes new performance based funding formulas for both Ohio community colleges and Ohio technical centers that are based on student outcomes and attainment.
"It represents a benchmark that Ohio is trying to set for higher education as a whole. We continue in our attempt to provide greater access and attainment for all Ohioans," said Rosenberger.
Education Briefs: 05-01-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 May 2014 08:56
Cinco de Mayo meal at St. Louis School
CUSTAR - St. Louis School, Custar, will have a Cinco de Mayo meal Saturday, serving from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
There will be a selection of homemade Mexican food including burritos, tacos, Spanish rice, refried beans and much more for a free will donation.
All proceeds go to the school.

Eastwood concert band performs; traveled to Florida
The Eastwood High School Concert Band will perform at the Ohio Music Education Association State Band Adjudicated Event on Friday at 6:45 p.m. in the Findlay High School gymnasium. The band advanced from the district level by earning a "I" superior rating. The event is free and open to the public.
The band traveled to Orlando, Fla., April 10-17. The band has been taking this trip every four years since 1986.
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