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B-C-S Schools welcome new administrators

Cheryl Schell, Principal at Oak Harbor High School

Students in the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District will be welcomed by two new dynamic and energetic building administrators on the first day of school, August 26.  Mrs. Cheryl Schell has taken the helm as the Principal of Oak Harbor High School and is proud to be a Rocket.

“Mrs. Schell is very excited about her new leadership role and brings will bring a wealth of student-centered leadership experience to our high school,” said Superintendent Guy Parmigian.   “Cheryl is eager to meet staff, students, and community members, and is currently working and meeting with folks this month to make a smooth transition,” Parmigian added.  

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B-C-S puts Carroll School in good hands

L to R, B-C-S School Board members Heather Dewitz, Kim Dusseau, and Jamie Tooman along with Carroll Township trustees Kenny Gyde, Rodney Biggert, and Donald St. Clair, met on April 2 to celebrate the sale of the former Carroll School property to the Carroll Township Trustees.

Schools are centerpieces of the communities in which they are located. Schools are not simply bricks and mortar that serve as spaces where young people are educated. Schools also serve as community centers, and help to shape the identity of the area in which they are located. Based on this belief, the Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education worked to ensure that Carroll School be put into responsible and community-minded hands when it made the decision to sell the building after it was closed at the end of the 2011-2012 school year.  

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Benton-Carroll-Salem School Honored by State

The staff and students at R.C. Waters Elementary School in Oak Harbor, serving students in grades K—3 in the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District, have earned the award of being named a “High Progress School of Honor” by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE).  R.C. Waters Elementary School was the only school in Ottawa County to earn this award!

ODE recognized more than three dozen Ohio schools for improving academic achievement among their students, including many from economically disadvantaged homes.   According to the department, "High Progress Schools of Honor" score in the top 10 percent of schools as ranked by gains in reading and mathematics combined proficiency in all tested grades for the past five years. They also are in the top 10 percent for gains in graduation rate during the past five years. The department also considers Adequate Yearly Progress, Value-Added measures of student growth and Local Report Card ratings when determining award selection.

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