The application dates have changed for controlled trout-fishing permits at Cold Creek at the Castalia State Fish Hatchery, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ (ODNR) Division of Wildlife.
Fleet 7 (7th grade students) in Mrs. Nancy Walkers Language Arts classes at Port Clinton Middle School had the assignment to write a thank you letter to the community for their new school. Students were instructed to show details and many noted their favorite parts of the new PCMS. The lesson was based on the Ohio Content standards to write a business letter, using computers and publishing. On this page are some of their letters.
The members of Port Clinton High School’s Touch of Class traveled to Kettering recently to participate in the Kettering Fairmont High School A Cappella Festival.
Norwalk High School won first place honors in the Twenty-eighth Annual Academic Tournament held at Bowling Green State University Firelands College on Saturday, Nov. 17. The academic quiz teams from Port Clinton and Edison high schools captured second and third places.
In cooperation with the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club, Port Clinton City Schools recognize outstanding elementary students as “Terrific Kids”. The following have been honored as Terrific Kids in November 2012.
Bataan Primary Elementary: Grace Fleenor, Katelyn Lovitt, Briar Rohrer, Jordon Waddell, Dylan Lukac, Hollie Robinson, Bryce Copeland, Jason Salyers, William Koskela, Reilly Laird, Austin Walker , Kyla Wells, Blake Hutton, Payton Vargas, Alliyah Wharton, Addisynne Siefke.
The Immaculate Conception Preschool ended their annual Christmas program on Sunday, Dec. 9, to a standing ovation by their families and friends.
Penta Career Center Adult & Continuing Education has partnered with the Ottawa County Riverview Healthcare Campus in Oak Harbor to offer State Certified Nurse’s Aide (STNA) training starting this coming January. The class will be held at the Riverview Healthcare Campus three nights per week for eighteen weeks. Students may enroll at Riverview or at Penta’s campus in Perrysburg. Both classes start the first week of January. Classes are filling fast. Funding may be available.
Port Clinton Middle School Builders Club sponsored a food drive and collected 366 items for the local food pantry. PCMS Fleets (grade levels) had a competition to receive spirit points based on the number of items they brought in: Fleet 6-122, Fleet 7- 58 and Fleet 8- 104. An anonymous donor contributed another 88 items. PCMS Builders Club is sponsored by the local Port Clinton Kiwanis Club.
Port Clinton Artists’ Club members Mary Lou Krasniewski, Dave Gaynor, Rosalie Kastelic, Carol Swope, Tricia O’Connor and Barb Gaynor surround their beautifully decorated tree at Veteran’s Park in Port Clinton. Trees are decorated and voted on throughout businesses in downtown Port Clinton. The money is given to a local charity.