Sunday announcements, school, March 9

CA reschedules meeting

The North Central Academy Board has canceled the meeting scheduled for Wednesday.

The meeting instead is to be at 7:30 a.m. April 9.

TCS committee to meet Wednesday about programming

The Program Committee of the Tiffin City Schools Board of Education is to meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Administration Building, 244 S. Monroe St.

BC board to meet

NEW WASHINGTON The Buckeye Central Board of Education is to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the multi-purpose room at the school, 938 S. Kibler St.

The board also is to meet for a work session following the regular meeting.

Career center offers office administration

Registration has begun for the fall office administration program at Vanguard-Sentinel’s Adult Career Center.

The program is to begin 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Aug. 25 at the Tech Center in Fremont.

The full-time, 32-week program is to include training in an office setting with group and individual instruction and learning Microsoft Office.

Students can choose a legal administrative office, medical administrative office or general office/bookkeeping pathway.

The course content is integrated with computer applications and office procedures preparing participants to perform in a wide variety of office environments. The course also includes an office externship where individuals gain hands-on experience in a professional setting.

The program has PELL funding for qualifying individuals.

For information or to register, contact Becky Bernard at (567) 201-2872.

BC searching for superintendent

NEW WASHINGTON The Buckeye Central Board of Education has opened the application window for superintendent through April 14.

The board has set expectations for interested applicants, such as the willingness to be the educational leader in the community; the ability to hire, train and direct an effective management team; a decision making style that encourages board involvement; excellent human relations skills; an ability to communicate with the board, staff and community; and a commitment to always consider what is best for students and experience as a principal and teacher.

Questions about the application process or timeline can be directed to Eugene Linton of the Telego Center of Ashland University. A link to the application and Linton’s contact information are at

Kindergarten registration to begin at Mohawk

SYCAMORE The Mohawk Local School is to have kindergarten registration April 10 and 11 for any child who will be five years old on or before Aug. 1.

Ohio law requires children to be screened before entering kindergarten. Screening is to include vision, hearing, speech and language and general readiness levels.

The screening is to take about 75 minutes.

Appointments for screening and registration now can be scheduled.

To register, call the superintendent’s office at (419) 927-2414.

Bettsville schools to have kindergarten screening

BETTSVILLE – Bettsville Local Schools has set kindergarten screening at 9 a.m. May 5 at the school.

Parents with a child that is to be five years of age before Aug. 1 can register by calling (419) 986-5166.

Forms are to be mailed for the child’s doctor to fill out.

The Seneca County General Health District also offers immunizations. Appointments can be made by calling (419) 447-3691.

STAND raises funds

The Tiffin Columbian student organization, Students Taking A New Direction has raised $1,150 for World Vision, $86 for First Call for Help and $53 for The Salvation Army during the 30 Hour Famine and the Columbian Challenge.

Students raise money for a cause

SYCAMORE – Mohawk Elementary students raised more than $6,000 for the American Heart Association by participating in “Hoops for Heart” and “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraisers Feb. 17-28. For raising that amount, the school is to receive $300 worth of physical education equipment.

Sentinel inducts honors students

Sentinel Career and Technology Center inducted students in their National Technical Honors Society.

Students include seniors Elaine Pahl, agriculture of Bridges Community Academy; Dylan Napier, building trades of Hopewell-Loudon High School; Danielle Depinet, careers in education of Mohawk High School; Mckenzie Zimmerman, careers in education of Columbian High School; Samantha Kohlenberg, cosmetology of Bettsville High School; Eric Cassidy, digital technologies of Hopewell-Loudon High School; Shelby Flowers, digital technologies of Upper Sandusky High School; Daniel Winger, digital technologies of Bridges Community Academy; Olivia Borer, electrical trades of New Riegel High School; Garrett Crapo, electrical trades of Seneca East High School; Anderson Tyree, electrical trades of Seneca East High School; Sidney Baker, medical technology of Columbian High School; Becka Heidler, medical technology of Columbian High School; Ciara Long, medical technology of Mohawk High School; Ashley Perry, medical technology of Calvert Catholic High School; Megan Somodi, medical technology of Calvert Catholic High School; Nathaniel Dull, precision machining of Hopewell-Loudon High School; Austen Goodman, precision machining of Upper Sandusky High School; Chris Waldock, precision machining Seneca East High School; and Dylan Robertson, public safety of Upper Sandusky High School.

Homeschoolers named to honor roll

COLUMBUS Two fourth-graders, Christopher Baker and Devon Everhart have been named to the honor roll at ECOT, Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow.

Teacher honored

FINDLAY Erin Gillig, intervention specialist for second- and third-graders at Krout 2-3 Elementary Schools and member of the Tiffin Education Association, is a recipient of the Northwestern Ohio Education Association Local Service Award.

State PTA to meet with state representatives

COLUMBUS Representatives from the Ohio PTA are to meet with Ohio congressional leaders and their aides in Washington, D.C., Thursday to discuss co-sponsorship of House Resolution 2662 and Senate Bill 1291, the Family Engagement in Education Act of 2013.

The Family Engagement in Education Act provides technical assistance to local districts around family engagement and allows local districts to determine what family engagement practices will work best.

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