PERRYSBURG – Administrators anticipate the incoming class at Penta Career Center this fall will be smaller than usual.
TOLEDO – The Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund will be hosting a Virtual K-8 School Choice Fair to help families in the region learn about their school options.
Parents may soon have an outlet to speak directly to Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education members.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – On Friday, State Reps. Lisa Sobecki, D-Toledo, and Jeff Crossman, D-Parma, reintroduced House Bill 686 from the 133rd General Assembly to cancel end-of-year state testing for the 2020-21 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Local Schools will have a renewal levy on the May ballot.
PERRYSBURG — Quarantines should become less common for students as state rules on social distancing have been relaxed for school districts.
Bowling Green State University graduate Tim Tressel has been accepted into the 2021 Schmidthorst College of Business Hatch.
FREMONT — Terra State Community College is testing employees and students before returning and a new testing partnership with ProMedica.
Bowling Green City Schools students will likely return to the classroom by March 1 — in some format — but no definite date has been set.
MILLBURY — If a Lake Elementary student is exposed to the coronavirus, he or she may still attend classes — but that’s about it.
PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg High School will present its Winter One Acts featuring three one-act plays full of comedy.
ROSSFORD — Despite changes in the coronavirus regulations for elementary level school children in Ohio, Rossford school officials will likely not alter their hybrid education model the current school year.
As students return to campus at Bowling Green State University for spring semester, coronavirus safety issues remain a priority.
NORTH BALTIMORE – Chad Kiser left a career in law enforcement to become a high school principal.
Not quite a year old, Bowling Green State University’s Starship robots food delivery service has become a local favorite.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
JERRY CITY – Elmwood Local Schools officials expect to have a multi-million cash balance in five years.
Area school superintendents are estimating that up to 75% of their staffs will want a coronavirus vaccine as it is offered to them over the next few weeks.
Bowling Green City Schools officials continue to work toward getting students back to in-person classes.
TOLEDO — Students who are interested in entering the Toledo School for the Arts lottery for the 2021-22 school year should be aware that the application period has been extended to Feb. 26.
Bob Jones University
The Bobcats Give campaign, a partnership between Bowling Green High School DECA, FFA and StuCrew was a success in its first year.
Otsego High School
TIFFIN – As part of Heidelberg University’s promise to provide access to all students, the offices of Admission and Financial Aid have announced a new scholarship opportunity for incoming and current students. Starting this fall, Heidelberg will award a new Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship.
During Tuesday’s special meeting, the Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education accepted the retirement of high school Principal Jeff Dever.
PERRYSBURG — The school district plans on including support staff on the list of those getting the coronavirus vaccine with teachers.
Some Bowling Green board of education members are advocating for in-person meetings.
Conditions haven’t changed to make the return to in-person classes feasible for Bowling Green students.
FREMONT — Terra State Community College has partnered with Clark State Community College to provide contact tracer training to Northwest Ohio.
NORTH BALTIMORE – North Baltimore Schools will maintain a healthy cash balance for the next five years.
WESTON — Otsego Local School District would see approximately $400,000 in annual tax revenues from the new 101-megawatt generating Juliet Solar project being proposed by 7X Energy.
TONTOGANY – While Otsego Local Schools has been able to cut spending this year, deficit spending is projected for the next five years.
Superintendents from Wood County will meet with the health commissioner to get information on the potential full-time return of students to the classroom.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold an organizational meeting on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
The chance of Bowling Green City Schools district children returning to the classroom in January is looking slim.
PEMBERVILLE – Scores for third-grade reading are in at Eastwood, and while they aren’t as good as last year, they are better than the state’s average.
The Bowling Green Arts Council is hosting a virtual Artists 4 Animals exhibit through Jan. 15.
The Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities has requested 100 vaccines for its home-based residents and care providers.
At its quarterly board meeting this month, the Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund Board approved expanding the eligibility scale for its need-based scholarships to include families living at the 300% of the household poverty limit.
Rhodes offers online cybersecurity course
Mercy College of Ohio
TONTOGANY – The number of coronavirus cases at Otsego Schools has gone up in the last month.
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Elementary finished this week doing remote learning as the number of students in isolation has risen.
ROSSFORD – The school district will resume its hybrid teaching model after holiday break, despite concerns of more infections after the season.
PERRYSBURG — With results from remote Zoom classes better than expected, the school board has decided to make some delays in returning to face-to-face class schedules after the holiday break.
PERRYSBURG – Penta Career Center has received a donation to be used for scholarships.
The City of Bowling Green is accepting scholarship applications in the memory of Lyle B. Wright and Richard H. Gorsuch for their exemplary leadership in public power. The nominee will be reviewed by the American Municipal Power Selection Committee.
North Baltimore High School
Students at the University of Findlay recently participated in “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” UF students participated as cast members and/or as members of the production crew.
Full-time undergraduate students at Bowling Green State University who demonstrate a high level of excellence in academic work have their names placed on the academic dean’s list.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A House committee had its first hearing on Tuesday for a bill authorizing local school districts to create firearms policies for personnel.