ROSSFORD — An at-times rancorous discussion of mask wearing was part of the board of education meeting Monday night.
MILLBURY — A state-lauded program that teaches students how to manage money is coming to Lake Local Schools.
TIFFIN – The Heidelberg University School of Music & Theatre Summer Camp has announced that this year’s camp has been upgraded.
Open House will honor retiring PHS principal
BLUFFTON — Teachers seeking to advance their careers can fast track their plans by enrolling in Bluffton University’s summer reading endorsement program.
The following students recently were initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
TOLEDO – City council last month voted to approve a measure that will make healthy drinks, including water, low-fat milk and 100% fruit juice, the default options offered with restaurant kids’ meals.
DEFIANCE – Early in the semester, students in the Defiance College chapter of Alpha Phi Omega completed a grant application to a fundraising event on campus.
PERRYSBURG — Following the recent detention of three students for a threat at Perrysburg Schools, the district threat assessment methodology was presented to the school board at the regular working group meeting on Tuesday.
PERRYSBURG — Owens Community College Board of Trustees stayed in the Midwest when they named their new college president.
Family and friends look on while Bowling Green State University holds the 300th commencement ceremony on Saturday at Doyt Perry Stadium. In the 2020 and Spring 2021 graduating classes, there were 7,077 candidates; 398 were presented associate degrees, 5,005 presented bachelor degrees, 1,409 …
PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood residents again supported their school and passed an income tax renewal.
NORTH BALTIMORE — Taxpayers in the North Baltimore Local School District continue to show their support for the school system.
Most Ohio’s colleges and universities say they will not require students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to return to campus next fall.
Perrysburg holds concert fundraiser
On March 30, the Dean’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion hosted a virtual panel covering diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
FREMONT — Terra State Community College’s response to combating coronavirus cases on campus has benefited students enrolled in the college’s healthcare programs by expanding curriculum and providing numerous volunteer experiences on campus that strengthened their skills as future professionals.
FREMONT — Terra State Community College will hold KidsCollege July 26-29 on campus.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education has awarded Heidelberg University and Terra State Community College Choose Ohio First grants.
North Baltimore High School
TONTOGANY – A parade again is being planned for Otsego High School seniors.
PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg High School has been again named among the Best High Schools by U.S. News. PHS is ranked 47 in Ohio and 1,464 in the national rankings.
PERRYSBURG — A vulnerability assessment is at the top of the list of spending options for a new $27,506 safety grant the school district was recently awarded by the Ohio Department of Education.
PERRYSBURG — The school board has approved a new three-year contract with the teachers union that will increase pay and benefits, including the usage and accumulation of sick days.
NORTH BALTIMORE — The North Baltimore Board of Education is asking voters to renew a 1.25% earned income tax.
PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg Schools Superintendent Tom Hosler will be presenting testimony in support of Fair School Funding to the Ohio Senate this afternoon.
A Michigan couple is contributing millions to support their commitment to changing lives through education.
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Local Schools is asking its community to continue supporting an income tax that has been collected for 14 years.
Six senior members of the Penta Satellite Marketing Program at Bowling Green High School have earned spots to compete at the DECA International Career Development Conference that kicked off its core week in a virtual format on April 19 at www.decaicdc.org.
BG FFA ended 2020 on a high note and started off 2021 with a variety of activities.
Summer camps offered at Maumee preschool
Eastwood High School
JERRY CITY – The audience will be blown away as Elmwood High School presents “The Wizard of Oz” this week.
FINDLAY — The University of Findlay plans to hold a variety of camps and events this summer.
Bowling Green City Schools will retain the services of its financial adviser despite one board member saying the treasurer could do the same work.
Lilith Fletcher and Cole Nemeth were named queen and king at Bowling Green High School’s spring homecoming, held Friday.
MILLBURY — The new Lake Middle School assistant principal’s salary will be paid with federal dollars for at least two years.
PERRYSBURG — Owens Community College is expected to name its new president next month.
PERRYSBURG — Police have spoken with students about continued rumored threats related to Perrysburg Schools.
More students will be invited to Bowling Green’s summer school than previously expected.
Earth Day and restoring the earth is the theme of Bowling Green State University’s 37th annual Women in STEM program. This year’s event, in partnership with Washington Local Schools, will be held virtually on Thursday.
It is time to give Bowling Green City School athletics a facility to be proud of.
Work on a voice fire alarm system that was mandated four years ago will be completed by July at Bowling Green Middle School.
FREMONT — The Terra State Community College Marketing Department was recognized for outstanding marketing efforts at the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations national conference held March 16-18. The college received a silver Paragon Award for the category of Television/Video …
Owens to host 3 commencement ceremonies
DEFIANCE – Defiance College will receive $749,840 over the next five years in a grant awarded from the Ohio Department of Higher Education. This grant is part of the Choose Ohio First initiative and one of the largest institutional grants in COF history.
JERRY CITY – Elmwood High School will relax its graduation requirements as allowed by the state.
Through its BGSU One Day fundraising initiative, Bowling Green State University received more than $1.4 million in gifts from alumni and supporters were raised during the 36-hour online campaign held April 6-7.
Bowling Green City Schools has an income tax that will expire in 2022.
Bowling Green High School will present “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” next week.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold a special workshop meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday in the auditorium of the Performing Arts Center, 540 W. Poe Road.