After 36 years in education, Melanie Garbig has retired from Bowling Green City Schools.
Subatomic particles offer an unusual opportunity to encode information due to their indeterminate physical states. How to properly integrate these subatomic particles into computer and information science is the project of a doctoral student at Bowling Green State University.
PERRYSBURG — Registration is under way for full and part-time adult post-secondary programs at Penta Career Center.
COLUMBUS — The Ohio School Boards Association will help school board candidates running for a seat in November understand more about what the role entails.
PERRYSBURG — Parents Helping Students/Staff, the Perrysburg High School parent organization, will hold a gently-used homecoming and prom dress sale on Aug. 17-18 from 5-7 p.m. at the board of education office at 140 E. Indiana Ave.
TOLEDO — Mercy College of Ohio was awarded a $2.15 million Nursing Workforce Diversity grant from the Health Resources & Services Administration to increase nursing education opportunities for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.
FINDLAY — The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency recently awarded University of Findlay nearly $50,000 as part of the Recycle Ohio Grant program.
TONTOGANY – When classes start next month at Otsego Schools, it will be very similar to how they ended in May.
As of now, Bowling Green City Schools will start the new school year masks optional.
ROSSFORD – Plans for a new multipurpose center at the school were discussed at the July board of education meeting.
Bowling Green City Schools has suspended a teacher that has been with the district nearly 20 years.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education took the last step necessary to place an income tax renewal on the ballot.
This year’s Bowling Green City Schools fifth graders will not be going to camp – again.
PERRYSBURG — Masks will not be required at Perrysburg schools in the coming school year, but flexibility has been urged in a draft coronavirus plan presented at the Monday school board meeting.
PERRYSBURG — Noting Superintendent Tom Hosler’s leadership efforts the school board has extended his contract another five years.
BLUFFTON — Bluffton University is adding new concentrations for business administration majors in two growing and in-demand fields. Students can now choose project management or supply chain management as concentrations for the major.
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PERRYSBURG — Four students enrolled in Penta Career Center programs have earned top awards during the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America National Leadership Conference held in Nashville June 27-July 1.
BLUFFTON — Bluffton University faculty members were recently recognized at the annual Dean’s Reception, an academic year-end event honoring faculty who have been awarded grants, sabbaticals and other scholarly endeavors.
FINDLAY — The University of Findlay has announced the appointment of Angela Brown, Cheryl Buckland and Chuck Daniels to its board of trustees.
JERRY CITY – Elmwood Local Schools is seeking a new treasurer.
MILLBURY – Board of education members got their first look at what could potentially become their new Lake Elementary.
FREMONT — The Terra State Board of Trustees, with a unanimous vote, have extended President Ronald Schumacher’s contract through 2024.
Lane Hakel is going to shake out his tent and head to the Rocky Mountains this summer rather than plan classroom lessons for the new school year.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday in the lobby of the Performing Arts Center.
A Bowling Green State University instructor is returning to the television series “Cold Justice,” airing on Oxygen.
The Eastwood Alumni Association awarded several $500 scholarships to members of the Eastwood High School Class of 2022. Scholarship winners were (back row from left) Adam Graber, Owen Brinker, President Betty Kahlenberg, David Russell, Isaac Badenhop; and (front row from left) Sidney Strauss…
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The school budget plan that had the support of education leaders around the state — and Wood County — has been approved.
The county will have to wait for a new children’s respite home, but an improved pool is in the future for those with developmental disabilities.
Derek Roggelin controls his robot at Penta Career Center last week during the Advanced Robotics Camp. Around 14 students took part in the advanced camp, where they programmed and designed their own robots. Earlier in the week 40 students were on hand experiencing science, technology, enginee…
Bowling Green State University held a groundbreaking Thursday for the innovative School of the Built Environment facility, which will house the construction management and architecture and environmental design programs under one roof, offering students exposure to both fields.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A bipartisan school-funding plan in the works for years is back in Ohio's upcoming state budget, under a compromise approved Monday by a joint legislative committee working out final details of the $75 billion spending plan.
Budgetary recalibration continues at Bowling Green State University as the trustees approved a $421 million 2022 budget, while also increasing fees for in-state students, providing a 2.5% pay increase for classified and administrative staff and moving forward with several construction projects.
The Bowling Green State University Board of Trustees recently elected David O’Brien ‘89 of Lakewood as its new chair. O’Brien assumes the role after serving as vice chair under Betty Montgomery, who served nine years as a trustee and has had a storied public service career including roles as…
It has been more than two decades since the Ohio Supreme Court ruled the state’s system of funding education was unconstitutional.
ROSSFORD – The Rossford Board of Education is considering something most won’t hear from often cash-strapped school districts: A reduction in property tax collection.
PERRYSBURG — Anger echoed between opponents and supporters of the Perrysburg Schools CQ CommUNITY, a voluntary district employee group dedicated to fostering cultural competency, at Monday’s board of education meeting.
Bowling Green High School graduating seniors Elise Boyle and Elijah Poetzinger were the recipients of the 2021 League of Women Voters of Bowling Green $1,000 scholarships for postsecondary education.
Bowling Green State University undergraduate students who achieved grade point averages of 3.5 or better have been named to the Spring 2021 semester dean’s list.
Penta Career Center instructor DJ Gase helps Oliver Junga weld during STEM camp last week. Approximately 200 students participated in the five-day camp where students explored a different program each day and complete hands-on activities designed to increase their understanding of how scienc…
MILLBURY — Lake Local Schools voters will be asked in November to approve constructing a $36 million elementary school.
FREMONT — The Terra College Foundation received a $7,500 donation from the Sandusky County Board of Developmental Disabilities toward the foundation’s affiliate of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood Local Schools is anticipating a cash fund balance of more than $5 million in five years.
Bowling Green City Schools has an income tax renewal approaching and the board of education may decide to ask voters to approve it for a continuing term.
TONTOGANY – Otsego Local Schools will finish the year nearly $800,000 in the black.
Buckeye Girls State is set for June 13-19 at Mount Union University in Alliance.
Wood County high school juniors will be attending Buckeye Boys State, set for June 13-20 at Miami University, Oxford.
Wayne Wilson instructs Penta Career Center student Cody Robinson, of Elmwood Local Schools, how to operate a skid steer Thursday afternoon at the Ohio Operating Engineers Apprenticeship Training Center in Cygnet. Students took part in a small Equipment Operations Camp for satellite students …
The Wood County Health Department is moving from management of the coronavirus to surveillance.