A rally to urge the Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education to hold in-person classes is planned for Monday.
Bowling Green State University President Rodney Rogers’ contract was extended three years during Friday’s meeting of the board of trustees.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
PERRYSBURG — Policy issues related to the efforts of the school district to keep the students safe from the coronavirus continue to pop up as the district passes the five-week mark of teaching hybrid classes.
Education – and the choices available to parents – was the topic of a Table Talk hosted by the Bowling Green Republican Club.
PERRYSBURG — Significantly lower numbers in new coronavirus cases highlighted the superintendent’s update at the school board meeting on Monday.
PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood Elementary has been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon Exemplary High Performing School by the United States Department of Education.
There were 116 student positive coronavirus cases this week — almost double the number from last period — at Bowling Green State University.
PERRYSBURG — Pandemic burnout among teachers and staff was reported as an emerging issue at the Monday school board meeting.
All school students can now eat free.
ROSSFORD – Superintendent Dan Creps shared some positive news with the board of education about how the district is dealing with coronavirus.
DEFIANCE — While the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for some colleges to recruit new students, Defiance College has defied the ordinary with a 20% increase in freshmen enrollment. This marks the highest incoming class in five years.
TOLEDO — Mercy College of Ohio has received a four-year grant totaling $740,998 from The Health Resources and Services Administration to increase the number of peer support specialists and other behavioral health-related paraprofessionals who will be prepared to work with families impacted b…
Random Acts of Walbridge has presented a $1,000 scholarship.
TOLEDO — The Heffernan family of Bowling Green is beginning its final year at St. Ursula Academy after a long run for three sisters.
The new children’s book “The Four Ever Friends,” written by former local teacher and administrator Darlene DeCrane, will encourage children to use their imaginations to maintain friendships while still feeling safe in a world COVID has changed.
EdChoice — a program that allows state money to go to private schools — is on hold due to the pandemic.
Bowling Green State University will host two public lectures to commemorate Constitution Week. The week is dedicated to promoting the study of the U.S. Constitution, which was adopted on Sept. 17, 1787. The virtual lectures are free and open to the public.
JERRY CITY – Elmwood Schools was considering expanding its building to accommodate more students and programs.
Bowling Green High School had three students identified as National Merit Semi-Finalists for the 2020-21 school year.
PERRYSBURG — Owens Community College is offering a new fast track program that puts students on an accelerated path to earning their degree.
Bowling Green City Schools has reduced the hours of 24 employees through a reduction in force.
A federal judge has reversed a state law, making it unconstitutional for territories to vote to leave their home school district, impacting Bowling Green City Schools.
Ohio’s School Report Cards have been released, but with only a fraction of the information that has appeared in previous years.
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Local Schools has evaluated its school schedule and has decided to remain on the hybrid model.
Bowling Green State University will hold a virtual homecoming experience, Oct. 1-4.
PERRYSBURG — The school district has added to the reporting of coronavirus contact tracing and reporting and modified the calling method to families, based on new rules from the Ohio Department of Health.
Although school is back in session, many families are searching for safe and affordable options to keep children healthy, while engaged in their online instruction.
Bowling Green State University is prepared to stay open through the pandemic, according to the chief health officer.
Beginning next week, Bowling Green State University will implement randomized surveillance testing for undergraduate and graduate students on the main campus. The program focuses on testing students who do not have coronavirus symptoms (asymptomatic).
Lainey Bingham was just getting her stride, in the first mile of a high school cross country race, when she came upon trouble.
Some Bowling Green City Schools students saw a derogatory messages on their computer screens during the first day of classes Tuesday.
The following boys and girls were selected to attend Buckeye Boys State, which was canceled this summer due to coronavirus.
Bowling Green State University students will be expected to participate in randomized surveillance testing, according to the university’s weekly coronavirus update.
Bowling Green schools will use a grant to grow its STEM program.
PERRYSBURG — Owens Community College is offering members of the Class of 2020 the opportunity to continue their academic path at Owens with the Spring Start: High School Class of 2020 Scholarship.
Using statistical analysis of provided coronavirus data, two educators are claiming that there is a likely outbreak among the Bowling Green State University student population, for which they are requesting action from the university, including the cancellation of all in-person events.
Seven Wood County public school districts have received government-donated masks.
PERRYSBURG — An Owens Community College search committee has picked three finalists to conduct its search for a new president.
MILLBURY — When students report for in-person classes Tuesday, their schedules will be flipped.
A Bowling Green State University professor has taken office hours to a different level in this time of coronavirus.
The Bowling Green High School Bobcat Marching Band is presenting a rock and roll show Saturday.
Bowling Green State University student Nicolas Juan-Xavier “Xavi” Boes joined Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine during his COVID-19 press conference Tuesday to share his experience as a college student this fall.
A Bowling Green State University employee is on paid administrative leave after he reportedly made a “vile, violent” comment on social media.
The Bowling Green Community Foundation is now accepting applications from non-profit organizations and school districts within the 43402 and 43403 zip code for its 2020 grant program.
Well over 100 students, staff and community members rallied in support of the Black community on Monday after a Bowling Green State University employee reportedly made racist comments.
PERRYSBURG — Penta Career Center is searching for successful individuals for its annual Outstanding Alumni Awards.
The following members of Bowling Green High School’s Class of 2020 submitted scholarships they received to use this fall.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has announced that more than 400 students representing 68 Ohio counties have been named to his office’s Teen Ambassador Board for the upcoming school year.
FREMONT — As part of the Job Corps Scholars Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Terra State Community College received $1.2 million that will go toward providing at-risk youth with job skills instruction, educational opportunities and individualized employment counseling.
DEFIANCE — Defiance College has one goal for fall: to give students what a full campus experience with face-to-face instruction, vibrant campus life and robust athletics.