ICS second graders ready to “spring” ahead

It’s been a very long winter and the second graders at Immaculate Conception School were more than ready to “spring” forward last weekend in hopes that the weather changes with the clocks. The students in Mrs. Boyd’s classroom have been perfecting their time telling skills in preparation. They moved individual…
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B-C-S Board welcomes Science Olympiad students

Oak Harbor High School Science Olympiad Advisor Mrs. Lauretta Swint along with Science Olympiad students Nathan Purk, Nikki Weis, and David Birchall. To open their Feb. 25 meeting, the B-C-S Board of Education welcomed Oak Harbor High School Science Olympiad students Nathan Purk, Nikki Weis, David Birchall, along with their…
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Bataan Intermediate students earn Reading Olympic medals

Bataan Memorial Intermediate students in Mrs. Karen Roberts classroom completed in the Reading Olympics. Medalists included, left to right: Anthony Aukerman, Ethan Luma, Kennedy Adkins, Zach Adkins, Ashton Fisher, Sydney Moore and Tegan Allison. Not pictured is Camden Riggs. In keeping with the theme of the Winter Olympics, students in…
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AG Breakfast to be held March 21

To celebrate agriculture and honor local producers, local Ag Agencies and sponsors are celebrating National Agriculture Week by hosting an Agriculture Community Breakfast. The 2014 Breakfast will be held on Friday, March 21, at 8 a.m. at St John Lutheran Church in Oak Harbor. The cost for the all-you-can-eat scrambled…
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Adult Ed - Office Administration Program

Registration is currently underway for the Fall Office Administration Program at Vanguard-Sentinel’s Adult Career Center. This is a full-time, 32-week program held at the Tech Center in Fremont, beginning August 25, from 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday with online coursework on Fridays. Students will graduate earning college…
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Terra State’s Office Administration program information sessions

Taffy McKnight of Fremont gets instruction from Jolene Meyers during a recent Office Procedures class. To educate prospective students about the challenging but rewarding and ever-changing administrative assistant profession, Terra State Community College is offering four informational sessions in March. “The term secretary has become outdated because the role of…
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