COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Most teachers will be required to wear masks or face shields at Ohio schools that resume in-person classes this fall, and face coverings are strongly recommended for students in third grade and above, Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday as he shared long-awaited guidance for…
Uncertainty was the theme of a virtual town hall held by Bowling Green State University President Rodney Rogers on Monday.
Medical professions are growing at Bowling Green State University as the trustees authorized a new School of Nursing and School of Physical Therapy at Friday’s meeting.
Bowling Green City Schools is taking steps to change a law that allows townships to switch districts – and take their tax dollars with them.
MILLBURY — The Lake Local Schools Board of Education asked the superintendent to move forward on a fall plan for school and not wait for state guidelines.
TONTOGANY — Once guidance is released from the state, Otsego Local Schools administrators will have a better idea of what fall classes will look like.
The Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities is moving forward with plans to make its campus safer.
PERRYSBURG — The 55th senior class at Penta Career Center was honored June 2-3 during a special drive-thru senior recognition outside the school’s main entrance.
The Community Learning Centers of the Wood County Educational Service Center has created Summer Survival Kits, complete with items needed to build new inventions, learn and have fun this summer.
Owens Community College will offer face-to-faces classes this fall.
Masks will be a requirement at Bowling Green State University as one of the many changes being implemented to combat the spread of coronavirus.
PERRYSBURG — A hybrid form of combined virtual and face-to-face education is expected for fall classes as the administration laid out details at the Monday school board meeting.
It will cost more than $2 million for Bowling Green City Schools to transport students if face-to-face classes resume in the fall.
Bowling Green City Schools will be collecting nearly $85,000 annually from a company expansion.
Eastwood Alumni Mick Foster and Chet Welch are organizing the first ever Eastwood Open to be held July 31 at 9 a.m. at Belmont Country Club in Perrysburg.
TOLEDO — The Toledo School of the Arts will be taking a different approach to graduation this year.
Sam Eiben has the tools for success, and if he needs a new tool, he can just make it.
Garrett Germann wants to go into nursing because he likes helping people.
TONTOGANY – Maggie Lehsten likes math so much, she wants to make a career out of it.
PERRYSBURG — The school board has taken the first step toward putting a renewal of the 5-year 1.9 mill permanent improvement levy on the Nov. 3 ballot.
TOLEDO — Notre Dame Academy senior Chloe Knapp loves using her talent for performing to brighten the day of others.
PERRYSBURG — Owens Community College will be offering a variety of class options including face-to-face instruction, live online instruction, traditional web courses, and hybrid opportunities this fall.
In response to an Ohio Supreme Court decision the Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education approved a resolution allowing the petition for transfer of territory of Jamie Cook to be moved from the Nov. 3 election to the Aug. 4 special Election.
As a lifelong Bowling Green resident, Payton Morman takes full advantage of the warmth and friendship that her hometown delivers.
NORTH BALTIMORE – North Baltimore senior Abigail North isn’t exactly sure when her drive to succeed really kicked in. But she said, “My drive has gotten me a lot of places I didn’t think it could, especially when it comes to school.”
ROSSFORD – The board of education discussed concerns over future funding of the school district as the coronavirus pandemic erodes future income.
JERRY CITY – Elmwood High School students will not have a prom this year — but they will get a drive-in celebration with DJ and prizes.
The Ohio Supreme Court decided on Monday that the previously invalidated petition of Jamie Cook, one of the individuals petitioning to leave the Bowling Green City Schools district, will be on the special election ballot Aug. 4.
MILLBURY — Allyssa Wagenknecht has only been a Lake Flyer for one year — but she soared as a senior.
In a meeting that wasn’t supposed to be a meeting, the Wood County Veterans Services Commission executive director, who is under fire for her salary, announced her retirement.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Wednesday at 4 p.m.
JERRY CITY – When St. Wendelin High School in Fostoria closed its doors in 2017, Aleiya Douglas went looking for a new school.
Jesse Lopez loves to work with his hands, but he’s also been extremely active in volunteer activities — all while going to school at the Penta Career Center.
FREMONT — After postponing its 2020 graduation ceremony, which was originally scheduled for May 8, due to coronavirus, Terra State Community College has released details about a modified ceremony to students.
PERRYSBURG — Penta Career Center students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society during a special virtual ceremony on May 19.
FINDLAY — Students at the University of Findlay were placed in student teaching positions for the spring 2020 semester before coronavirus canceled classes.
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Perrysburg resident is National Merit scholar
The route to college for Lewis Rowan is along a pair of steel hockey skate blades on a sheet of ice.
PEMBERVILLE — An Eastwood High School senior who was three points shy of getting a perfect ACT score has been named the 31st annual Franklin B. Walter All-Scholarship Award winner.
TONTOGANY – Otsego Local Schools has lost its food service director, and administrators will be sharing her job for the unforeseen future.
Bowling Green FFA received the title of Top 10 Chapter in Growing Leaders at the Virtual Ohio FFA Celebration held from May 4-8.
Walk the hallways of Bowling Green High School around the time the school does its musical, and you will see Ethan Brown’s artwork everywhere.
MILLBURY — A former Lake Local Schools Board of Education member will be the new district treasurer.
The University of Toledo is adjusting its fall semester calendar as an additional measure to protect the campus community during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a news release on its website.
Sarah Munson is following in family footsteps by picking up an instrument and going to college to continue her love of music.
Dawn Hubbell-Staeble’s avocation and career is as a creator of independent thinkers. She happens to do it through English classes.
NORTH BALTIMORE – North Baltimore School student Maddy Gerdeman is credited with stepping up to save the student council.
TONTOGANY – Brynne Limes is taking her love for volleyball with her to college this fall.
A scary medical situation during her senior year has only made a Bowling Green High School graduate double down on her career choice.
TONTOGANY – Most parents want to see Otsego Local Schools reopen this fall and have their children return to school.