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OCCA defends title at CANWO Spelling Bee

Ottawa County Christian Academy’s elementary students won five of six individual awards as well as the overall school championship trophy at the 2014 Christian Academies of Northwest Ohio (CANWO) Spelling Bee and Speech Competition held at Temple Christian Academy last Friday. The competition is for elementary students in kindergarten through…
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ICS begins open enrollment for kindergarten

Immaculate Conception School (ICS) in Port Clinton has begun open enrollment for its 2014-2015 kindergarten class. This enrollment period is open to all children who are five years old by Sept. 30, 2014. ICS offers a small class sizes, a faith and value based education, and a staff committed to…
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Oak Harbor eighth grade team is academic challenge champion

The Oak Harbor Eighth Grade Academic Challenge Team competed in the county Academic Challenge Contest that took place March 19 at Oak Harbor High School. The team competed against teams from Danbury, Port Clinton, and Put-In-Bay and were crowned Champions at the end of the competition. This is third time…
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Gardner attends PC Board of Education meeting

The Honorable Randy Gardner attended the Port Clinton Board of Education meeting on Monday, April21. He discussed the latest education legislation in Ohio with board members and administrators in attendance. Pictured clockwise from bottom left: Patrick Adkins, Superintendent of Schools, Michele Mueller behind Mr. Adkins, Beth Benko, David Belden, Barb…
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Financial Literacy Initiative

Front Row- Jillian Schneider; Back Row: Left to Right Nicole Lange, Brooke Maenle, Chad Karnes, Brenda Fisher and Jill Hunsinger Oak Harbor High Schools students have been learning how to manage their money and banking skills thanks to a new program from Commodore Perry Federal Credit Union. During the once3…
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Project Reality at PCMS

Port Clinton Middle School students Michael Baxter, Cooper Kowal and Allie Batterton stay after school as part of a project based learning program, “Project Reality”, where students have fun with science. Science is fun at Port Clinton Middle School. Students even choose to stay after school to learn more about…
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