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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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Montessori School of BG offers classes for parents PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 February 2014 10:03
Montessori School of Bowling Green has planned a number of events in February.
On Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m., the school is hosting a free workshop entitled "The Parent Talk Mini-Session."
This workshop features effective ways of talking to children that enhance self-esteem, stimulate learning, and encourage autonomy, increasing parents' ability to deal with typical daily situations and problems faced by all parents while communicating and expecting respect. The workshop includes the 10 Best/10 Worst things you can say to your children.
To register for this free workshop, call the school at 419-352-4203 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
On Thursday evenings from Feb. 20 to March 27, the school is once again offering "The Parent Talk Course." This is an in-depth exploration of skillful parenting through the use of effective Parent Talk.
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Kids Tech set at BGSU PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 01 February 2014 09:30
The Jan. 25 storm forced a delay until Wednesday and a change of venue for the Kids Tech University program at BGSU, but the program organizers think everything will be even better.
According to the program director Professor Paul Morris, the Kids' Tech University program is intended to simulate a true university experience for the children who are between the ages of 9-12. The change of venue means that the morning talk will now be in a lecture hall in Math Sciences building, while the afternoon activities will be in some of Biology teaching labs in the Life Science Building.
"We want the children to be able to see themselves as future science students at BGSU. Now, they will be in some of the same classrooms and labs that we use for our introductory classes. I think that is pretty exciting," Morris stated.
The program will start off with a story about algal blooms in Lake Erie by Dr. Kane an Associate Professor at Defiance College. The afternoon activities have a focus on the study of organisms in aquatic systems and water quality issues.
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Financial aid workshops Sunday PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 06 February 2014 10:00
Two area colleges will offer free financial aid help on Sunday.
Area residents interested in acquiring additional information about financial aid are encouraged to participate in a free workshop where financial aid representatives from colleges and universities throughout Northwest Ohio will provide insight on securing federal and state assistance to any academic institution of higher learning.
The program, known as Ohio College Goal Sunday 2014, will be held at Owens Community College and at Terra Community College in Fremont, both at 2 p.m.
Presented by the Ohio Association of Student Financial Aid Administra-tors, the state-sponsored event will focus on helping students complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application as well as answer financial aid specific questions.
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One-quarter of eligible Perrysburg teachers choose new pay system PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 01 February 2014 09:30
PERRYSBURG - About one-quarter of eligible Perrysburg teachers signed up for an optional performance-based pay system the school introduced by the district in December.
Eighty-six of 310 eligible staff members received a $1,500 one-time bonus for opting-in to the system, which awards yearly performance raises and bonuses based on points awarded for milestones like certifications and achievement in students' measured growth. The sign-up bonuses are paid through state grant money, and anyone not on the plan who opts in for next school year can receive $1,000.
Failing to earn the 70 points to get to a permanent raise triggers a one-time bonus that is not added to an employee's base salary. Performance evaluations cannot result in a pay reduction. Teachers will be measured in five categories: professional growth, organizational citizenship, student growth, collaboration and attendance.
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