Lakota has plan in place to make up school days lost to weather conditions PDF Print E-mail
Written by BILL RYAN Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 13 February 2014 11:18
KANSAS - As of Monday, Lakota Local Schools had accumulated 14 calamity days, yet is hoping not to have to extend the school year
Superintendent Jon C. Detwiler informed board members at the monthly meeting the state allows five calamity days each academic year. With the "blizzard bags" which were provided to students to work independently at home, three additional days were accounted for. The students will be attending class on Monday's Presidents' Day holiday accounting for the ninth day. Spring break has been shortened by two days, one at either end of the scheduled break, thus bringing the total to 11 of the 14 days to be accounted for.
Detwiler is hoping the state will grant additional days, which is being discussed as likely.
"If all goes well, we might not have to add any days to our calendar," Detwiler said. "Graduation dates will not be moved."
He noted if days need to be added to the school year due to any further closings, seniors will not have to attend class after graduation as those days (if any) are expected to be waived.
Rossford's McIntosh one of top scorers in Americanism Test; qualifies for trip PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 13 February 2014 10:57
ROSSFORD _ Savannah McIntosh has been named one of the top winners in the American Legion Ameri-canism Test.
As one of the three top scorers of 10th grade girls in Ohio, she will be honored with a trip to Washington, DC March 3-8 as part of three male and female winners from each grade 10-12.
McIntosh was honored in a presentation on Jan. 28 at Rossford City Hall. She was presented with a proclamation by Mayor Neil MacKinnon and by top officials from the American Legion, including Gerry White, director for the Americanism and Youth Activities for the American Legion of Ohio.
She was also recognized at the Rossford Board of Education meeting on Feb. 10, where Superintendent Dan Creps presented her with a certificate of commendation for her accomplishment.
As part of the group of top scorers in the state, McIntosh will join 17 other students in an expenses-paid trip to Washington, DC, where she will tour many places normally off limits to Washington visitors, including the White House.
Semko, Krouse crowned at Elmwood's winter homecoming PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 February 2014 09:51
JERRY CITY - "One Stellar Night" was the theme for this year's winter homecoming at Elmwood High School.
The court were honored in a pregame ceremony Friday evening.
This year's homecoming queen is Sierra Semko, daughter of Dave Semko of Bowling Green and Tiffiney (Meeker, 1981) Semko of Wayne.
At school Semko is a four-year member of the golf team, a member of National Honor Society, and senior class secretary. Outside of school she has the honor of being the Fire Queen for the Wayne Volunteer Fire Department.
She is employed at the Country Farmhouse in Wayne and is a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Bowling Green.
Upon graduation she plans to attend Miami University and major in psychology.
Elmwood High School Honor Roll (02-13-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 13 February 2014 10:56
Elmwood High School has issued its honor roll for the second quarter, listing the following students
SENIORS - Madison Arnold, Jackie Baer, Savannah Baker, Mitchell Beaverson, Cassandra Braden, Kassara Bradford, Brik Dauterman, Jacob Houtz, Nolan Kerr, Justin Krouse, Reyghan Rosendale, Chelsie Schmitz, Jared Schramm, Sierra Semko, Tyler Smith.
JUNIORS - Gavin Alva, Ryan Aufdencamp, Emily Aurand, Koleen Avery, Corianna Borton, Jordan Burwell, Megan Hathaway, Stephanie Hatton, Patricia Holvey, Emelia Shaffer, Ashley Veryser, Jennah Wilson, Meagan Wise.
SOPHOMORES - Katie Benedict, Rob Bentley, Jarrett Childress, Paige Drees, Madelyn Instone, Samantha Laborie, Alexis Miller, Collin Reynolds, Destynee Spieker.
FRESHMEN - Casandra Ault, Taylor Barnhisel, Collin Bechstein, Nicole Foster, Katelyn King, Jaela Kynard, Chloe Robinson, Jordan Thrash.
Education Briefs: 02-08-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 February 2014 09:49
Eastwood High School holds audition for kids choir
PEMBERVILLE - Eastwood High School is presenting "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" on March 21-23 and is inviting vocalists to be part of the kids choir.
Children should be in grades 3-8.
Auditions for the choir are Sunday in the high school auditorium from 5 to 7 p.m.  Students do not have to have anything prepared for the audition. For information, call Leslie Myers at 419-287-9903 or Darlene Krukemyer at 419-308-3747.
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