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B-C-S Board approves personnel and calendar changes

Wednesday, June 4, was officially confirmed as the last day of school for students in the Benton-Carroll-Salem School district. This confirmation was the result of action taken at the April B-C-S Board of Education meeting (pending no additional calamity days). The Board took advantage of a one-time waiver allowed by…
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PCMS hosts grade five orientation

Port Clinton Middle School will be welcoming grade five students on Wednesday, May 28, as part of an orientation program. As a class, students will visit PCMS during the school day for a tour and to learn more about all that is available to them as a sixth grade students…
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Students receive Merit Scholarships

The University of Findlay announces Merit Scholarship awards, which are based on a student's final, cumulative high school grade point average (GPA) and ACT/SAT scores. Scholarships are awarded beginning with the freshman year and are renewable for up to four years (for a total of five years of scholarship aid).…
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National Honor Society Adopt-a-Road

Hannah Kneisley, Noah Cross, Shelby Gerwin, David Saunders, Tarrynn Edgefield, Michael Lay, Hannah Sarty, Allie Schroeder, Ty Gallogly, Molly Haberman, Chelsea Volmer. Front row: Tiffany Colston, Ian Kyle Port Clinton High School National Honor Society collected trash on Sunday, April 27, for their semi-annual Adopt-a-Road campaign. They collected about 40…
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PCHS announces Student of the Month

Port Clinton High School announced that the Student of the Month for March is senior Cameron King. Cameron King is the son of Thad and Jennifer King. Cameron has been a member of the PCHS tennis team for the past two years. He participated in basketball, baseball and track and…
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Recognition dinner honors student standouts at Terra State

Terra State Community College honored its best and brightest students at the third annual Student Recognition Dinner on April 22. “Next to commencement, this is my favorite event of the year,” said Associate Dean Heath Martin, who oversees the Office of Student Activities. “This year’s group of student nominees was…
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