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Honor Roll — Port Clinton Middle School

Port Clinton Middle School announces its Honor Students for the second grading period of the 2011-2012 school year: Students on the Principal’s List, Highest Honors are:• Sixth Grade: Hailey Ball, Ashlyn Borton, Kyle Dietrich, Emma Eickert, Erin Hiller, Blake Kelly, Kirsten Lorge, Nicholas Mainous, Madeline Recker, Jadan Rogers, Claudia Rosiar,…
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Terrific Kids — February

In cooperation with the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club, Port Clinton City Schools recognizes outstanding elementary students as “Terrific Kids.” The following have been honored as Terrific Kids in February 2012:
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Remembering Graytown School

A committee has been formed to gather memories of the Graytown Elementary School that will be closing at the end of the 2012 school year. The committee is hoping to hold an open house sometime in May to allow anyone interested to take one last tour through the school.The group…
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In character

Students in Jane Taylor’s class at Port Clinton Middle School recently completed their biography presentations. Some students got creative and brought special touches to their project by creating a Power Point presentation, poster or dress as their subject.
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PC Schools announces Flagship Captain Award winners

The Flagship Awards are part of Port Clinton City School District’s recognition program to honor parents, community members, staff and students that help the district fulfill its motto of “Proudly Charting a Course for Success.” At the Feb. 20 meeting, the Port Clinton Board of Education recognized the following with…
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Oak Harbor DECA announces entrepreneurship award recipients

Oak Harbor DECA members presented awards to three local entrepreneurs on Feb. 14, at the eighth annual Entrepreneurship Awards Banquet. The banquet was held to honor local business owners for their contributions to the Oak Harbor Community. The Oak Harbor Rotary Club hosted the event and provided dinner.The criteria used…
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BCS seeking renewal levy

In 1991, Benton-Carroll-Salem Local Schools passed a 4.33 mill operating levy. The community has been steadfast in that commitment and has continued to renew that levy four times since then. BCS is looking for the continued financial support of the community on March 6 this year. The Board and Administration…
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