Alexa Haskin receives state award

Port Clinton High School senior Alexa Haskin was awarded the Robert F. Lucas Lt. Governor Award for her leadership in the Kiwanis Club sponsored Key Club. As a Key Club member, this distinct honor is for those that go above and beyond as a leader in Key Club. Alexa created…
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PCHS Band presents annual Stars, Stripes, and SOUSA

The Port Clinton High School Concert Band will pay tribute to “The March King”, John Philip Sousa, at their Saturday, May 18, concert. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. at the PCHS Performing Arts Center. Admission is free; however, a free will donation will be taken at the end…
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PCHS jobs seminar

Port Clinton School Superintendent Pat Adkins spoke with a group of local business leaders Wednesday morning searching out the answer as to how Port Clinton High School students and graduates are filling the job and skills needs in Ottawa County. Listening in the background is Jamie Beier Grant, Director of…
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PCMS unveils “Excellent” banner

Mrs. Carrie Sanchez, Port Clinton Middle School Principal, unveiled the new school "Excellent" banner with the help of PCMS students at a school wide rally on Friday, April 19. Another year of Ohio Achievement Assessments took place this past week.
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‘Till Next Time’ program at B-C-S

"Till Next Time”, also known as T.N.T., is a mentoring program serving the needs of students in grades 4-12 in the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District. The program was featured as the district highlight at the April B-C-S Board of Education meeting. The program is financially supported through the Ottawa County Juvenile…
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FFA packs tree seedlings

Oak Harbor FFA students and Ottawa SWCD Staff packed tree seedlings for the Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District at Moore Orchards. The annual tree sale program has been offered to landowners for over 40 years. Offered are varieties of small seedlings, shrubs and larger hardwoods. Native plant seed packets…
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COSI comes to ICS

On Wednesday, April 24, young minds got a jolt of energy when COSI (Center of Science and Industry) brought its traveling science program, Investigating Energy, to Immaculate Conception School in Port Clinton for a day of learning. Investigating Energy is one of six traveling science demonstrations from COSI.
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