PCHS DECA finishes strong at district competition

Port Clinton High School DECA State Qualifiers. Seated (L to R) Kerrtis Johnson, Keegan Chapman, Alexis Waugh, Mackenzie, Taylor and Eian Burkholder; Standing (L to R): Dylan Johnson, Stephanie Wheeler, Breeyana Wells, Dominic Fulkert, Jenna Sullivan and Dailee Terry. Not pictured: Bailey Wells and Angelo Martell.
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Laker throwdown at Greektown

Come play with Danbury Track and Field at Greektown Casino in Detroit on Saturday, March 4. For $65 a person, participants get a $20 playcard for the casino, free beer and pop on the bus and a sandwich lunch. All proceeds will benefit the Laker Track and Field teams. The…
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Port Clinton City Schools announces Terrific Kids for January 2017

In cooperation with the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club, Port Clinton City Schools recognizes outstanding elementary students as “Terrific Kids”. Terrific Kids are selected in each class each month to recognize students for working to the best of their ability to improve academic performance, behavior, relationships with peers, display honesty, or…
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Treasurer and superintendent set Coffee Connections dates

Citizens of Benton-Carroll-Salem School District are invited to join Superintendent Guy Parmigian and Treasurer Cajon Keeton for Coffee Connections. Coffee Connections provide an informal opportunity to introduce yourself, chat, ask questions and learn more about the B-C-S school system and where we are heading. All district citizens are invited to…
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100 years old for 100th day of school

Mrs. Jean Bodnar, who turned 100 in December, came to visit Bataan Memorial Primary Elementary on the 100th day of school. Pictured here with Alexys Clouser, grade 1 student. Bodnar said Clouser’s hat looked like one her mother wore on Sundays. Monday, January 30, was the 100th day of school…
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Terra State announces fall 2016 Dean’s List

Students receiving academic honors and named to the Dean’s List at Terra State Community College for the fall semester 2014 have been announced. These students have met the college requirements for this honor by carrying 12 or more credit hours and achieving a grade point average of at least 3.50.
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Rhodes to lead B-C-S Board in 2017

Seventh Grade students from Oak Harbor Middle School present to the Board their idea for a Soles for Souls drive to get shoes for needy individuals. Presenting their ideas are students (L to R) Kori Helle, Tristian Roguski, Mr. Croy, Emma Phillips, Ashlynn Sabo, Brendyn Jess, and Principal Mr. Spurlock.
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