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TIFFIN – The trustees has approved the Heidelberg Tuition Guarantee that locks in tuition costs over a student’s four years of study at the undergraduate level.

PERRYSBURG — With Thanksgiving holiday travel looming and surging cases of coronavirus, the school district will shift to more than a week of remote classes for all students.

SYLVANIA — A Bowling Green State University graduate who has served on several area boards is the new Lourdes University vice president of finance/chief financial officer.

PERRYSBURG — The strong partnerships between Owens Community College, Haas Automation Inc., HFO Midwest and the Gene Haas Foundation has been taken to the next level as the Gene Haas Foundation recently awarded a $250,000 grant for naming rights to the new Owens Dana Advanced Manufacturing T…

DEFIANCE — Career readiness is not just about knowing how to do a certain job. It is also about having the skills necessary to adapt, think creatively, and then communicate ideas clearly. These are referred to as soft skills.

FINDLAY — In the next few months, the University of Findlay will begin construction on a Temporary Outdoor Enclosure lab, the sixth of its kind in the world, to aid in the research of pollutant effects on air.

MILLBURY — The treasurer who transformed school finances for Lake Local Schools was honored at last month’s board meeting.

ROSSFORD — As part of the opening of the new Amazon Fulfillment Center, the company presented Rossford Schools with a $25,000 donation for its STEM program.

Celia Anzicek paints a snow plow blade at Kenwood Elementary on Nov. 6 as part of the school district’s annual project. Students used the style of artist James Rizzo and the theme “it’s cold outside.” The middle school and Crim Elementary also painted plows last week while following artists’…

TONTOGANY – Otsego High School students are learning how to open a savings account and get hands-on customer service skills.

TIFFIN – Heidelberg University’s Master of Arts in Counseling Program and the Criminology Department are bringing back “Operation Street Smart,” a training for those working with addicted populations, those who work with youth in schools or those who plan to have a career in law enforcement.

Allen A. Green, owner of A.A. Green Realty Inc. in Bowling Green, has been inducted into Entrepreneurial Leadership Hall of Fame at Bowling Green State University.

The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday at 1 p.m. and, if needed, on Tuesday at 1 p.m. for the purpose of discussing personnel employment in executive session.

PEMBERVILLE — On Wednesday and Thursday, Eastwood High School will operate on the yellow hybrid schedule, with one group in class Wednesday and one Thursday. There is no school Friday.

MILLBURY — “A Matter of Life and Death” will be on state at Lake High School on Saturday and Sunday for four shows.

MILLBURY – Lake High School held its fall homecoming Oct. 16, and crowned Jenna Muetze and Tyler Saffran as queen and king.

FREMONT — Terra State Community College has been awarded a grant through the Sandusky County Communities Foundation. The foundation provides charitable donations to community organizations that aim help to improve the quality of life for residents.

Austin Shull, of Bradner, was an intern at the Marathon Petroleum Corporation in Findlay, for the summer. Shull is pursuing a degree in accounting at the University of Findlay.

Each year, the Bowling Green High School staff nominates students to the Rose Court. These students exemplify the core values of Bowling Green schools: accountability, compassion, courage, creativity, integrity, respect, responsibility, and service.

NORTH BALTIMORE — The school district is asking voters to renew an emergency levy which has been collected for 10 years.