Sunday announcements, school, June 1
WSOS center to get accredited
WSOS early childhood center at Child Development Center in Fostoria was notified Wednesday it has been approved for accreditation by the National Association of the Education of Young Children, the nation’s leading organization of early childhood professionals.
This center joins five other WSOS preschool centers that have received accreditation by NAEYC.
To earn accreditation by NAEYC, the centers went through a self-study process, measuring the program and its services against the 10 NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards and more than 400 related accreditation criteria.
To enroll a child, call WSOS at (419) 334-8911 or toll free at (800) 775-9767.
Calvert student earns high score
Junior Jack Burtis of Calvert Catholic High School received the highest score for the Americanism and Government test.
FFA banquet honors students
Tiffin-Sentinel FFA hosted its annual FFA banquet at the Sentinel Career and Technology Center. During the event several awards were given to FFA members.
Awards were received by Allyson Bland, the Star Greenhand award; Lexa Beard, the Star Chapter award; Tommy Hoover and Sarah Goshe, the junior awards; Elaine Pahl, the Star Agri-businessman award; Danielle Faircloth, the Star Horticulture II award; Harley Cross, the Star Horticulture I award; Eva Pahl, Gabby Tong, Samanthan Krintzline, Allan Zimmerman, Dylan Meyer, Dylan Werts, Austin Campbell, Miranda Steinmetz and Cat Foos, the 110 percent award; and Andrew Kiesel, the Senior 110 percent award.
Fostoria schools honor staff
FOSTORIA – Fostoria City Schools recognized several staff members during their dinner and awards program May 14.
Employees honored included Joanne Walters, 40 years; Sharon Krupp, 35 years; Peg Bohanon, Melissa Depinet, Karl Heaver, Mary Lou Keckler, Lisa Noel and Sue Seidler, 30 years; Sharon Headley, Anna Pessell and Carla Wilson, 25 years; Time Neller and Claudia Tate, 20 years; Jim Anez, Yvette Anez, Irene Banks, Jane Burns, Cheryl Chafee, Cindy Clark, Barbie Curlis, Lisa Place, Sandra Reynolds and Lisa Schermer, 15 years; and Jaclyn Nelson, Rick Renz, Mathew Swortcheck, Teresa Vogel, Anne Warriner and Aaron Weidner, 10 years.
TCS marketing committee to meet
The Tiffin City Board of Education Marketing Committee is to meet at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Administration Building, 244 S. Monroe St.
ABLE/GED program to be offered
Sentinel Career and Technology Center’s ABLE/GED summer program is to begin Monday.
Students can use services and take ABLE classes offered free to participants 18 and older.
Classes available include reading, writing and math.
To enroll, students are required to attend an orientation. The orientation for the summer session is at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 4 in room 244 of the Family Learning Center.
Classes then are to take place 9-11:30 a.m. and 5:30-8 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays.
For more information, call (419) 448-5084.
YMCA to visit casino
The Tiffin Community YMCA is scheduled to take a bus trip to Greektown Casino from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. June 19.
The cost is $25 per person and registration is to be completed by Thursday.
To register, call (419) 447-8711.
Sentinel attend FFA convention
The Tiffin Sentinel FFA Chapter attended the State Convention for FFA May 1 and 2.
Lexa Beard, Gabby Tong, Tommy Hoover, Eva Pahl, Elaine Pahl, Sam Krintzline and Sarah Goshe attended the convention. While there, the students were able to listen to keynote speakers Harriet Turk, Cliff Cody, Eric Chester and Jackson Harris.
Students received awards for donating $200 or more to The Children’s Hospital Network and a plaque for donating to the CROP/Church Services.
Hoover also received a $450 scholarship to attend WLC through the Ohio FFA Alumni Association.
At the fourth session, Beard and Hoover walked across stage for their officer books.
Three students earned state degrees including Goshe, daughter of Eugene and Bard Goshe of Tiffin; Hoover, son Ron and Daine Hoover of Tiffin; and Pahl, daughter Don and Christy Pahl of Sycamore.