Community announcements, March 26

TU to host cricket demonstration

Tiffin University is to host an introduction to cricket 1-3 p.m. Saturday in the Heminger Center.

International students are to demonstrate “bowling” and batting. They also are to explain the basics of the sport and those who attend will have the opportunity to try the sport.

TU announces master’s concentrations

Teaching English, teaching art and teaching communication have been added as concentrations within Tiffin University’s master of education program, which is to be offered at the start of the summer semester.

The announcement is the university’s response to the need for qualified teachers for the College Credit Plus classes. Ohio requires high schools to work with community colleges and universities to create CCP classes. Classes are offered to high school students who are college ready. In order to teach college-level classes, teachers are to take 18 credit hours of graduate work to teach general education courses and have a master’s degree to teach a program course.

TU’s additional concentrations to the master of education program will help high school teachers earn the required credits to teach English, communications or art at the college level. The program has 12 credit hour cour classes and 18 credit hours of the discipline curriculum. If a teacher already has a master of education degree, but still needs to earn credits in the discipline curriculum, he/she is able to earn a concentration in English, communications or art.

To be eligible to enroll, students are to have a bachelor’s degree.

Local residents inducted into Phi Kappa Phi

BATON ROUGE, La. — Local residents have been inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.

Those inducted include Zendon Griffin of Fostoria at Bowling Green State Univesity and Anthony Ferstler of Tiffin at the University of Findlay.

Resident inducted to honor’s society

FINDLAY — Kayla Magrum of Tiffin recently was inducted into the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi at the University of Findlay.

TU professor to serve on advisory board

Tiffin University’s Sharon Perry-Fantini has been selected to serve on the advisory board for the Association of Title IX Administrators.

As a board member, Perry-Fantini is to empower ATIXA to continue to deliver the best coordinator training and resources.

Professor to present at annual conference

Tiffin University professor in the School of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences is to present at the 2017 Ohio Association of marriage and Family Therapy annual conference.

Appel’s presentation is titled “Viewing the Future Through a Wide Lens: Family Therapy’s Place in Transdisciplinary and Transnational Research and Practice.”

Local FFA chapter to host banquet

Tiffin-Sentinel FFA Chapter is host the annual FFA Awards Banquet at 6:30 p.m. April 6 at Sentinel Career and Technology Center.

For more

information or to register, call (419) 448-1212.

TCS board to meet

Tiffin City Board of Education is to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Tiffin Middle School, 103 Shepherd Drive.

Clyde-Green Springs registering new students

CLYDE-GREEN SPRINGS — Parents of any child living in the Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village School District who will be five years old on or before Aug. 1 are to schedule an appointment to register for the 2017-2018 school year.

To schedule an appointment, call (419) 547-0588.

Kindergarten registration is to take place April 3-7.

Sycamore school registering students

SYCAMORE — Wenner-Galbraith Preschool is registering for the 2017-2018 school year.

Registration forms are available at First National Bank in Sycamore.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (567) 207-6853.

Coppus named ‘best of best’

Mercedes-Benz USA has announced Coppus Motors Inc. of Tiffin again has received the Mercedes-Benz Best of the Best Dealer Recognition Award based on its performance in 2016.

The “Best of the Best” Program recognizes dealers for their performance in sales, service and parts, as well as excellence in operations and customer experience.

Coppus Motors performance in 2016 placed them among the upper echelon of Mercedes-Benz Dealers across the country. They are among 59 dealers out of 383 in the United States to earn this honor.

Coppus Motors Inc. has been in business since 1927 in Tiffin. They began offering the Mercedes-Benz brand line in 1954, making them the oldest continuously operating Mercedes-Benz Dealer in North America.

PTO to host bakery bingo, raffles

OLD FORT — Old Fort Elementary parent-teacher organization is to host its eighth annual bakery bingo and basket raffle at 5:30 p.m. April 8 in the high school gymnasium.

The bakery bingo is to take place 6-8 p.m. There are to be nine basket raffles, guessing jars and raffle items and a 50/50 raffle.

All proceeds are to go to various needs in the elementary that PTO supports through the school year.

Educators honored

Northwestern Ohio Education Association presented local educators awards at the district’s annual awards banquet

March 7.

Award winners included Dan Corfman of the Gibsonburg Teachers Association, the NWOEA District Award; Eric Daniel of the Mohawk Education Association and Christopher Kopp of the Tiffin Education Association, NWOEA Promising Leader Award; and Heather Weinandy of the Tiffin Education Association, NWOEA Local Service Award.

Center awards scholarships

Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center recognized 17 graduating seniors from area school districts for their academic success, school and community service at its annual Franklin B. Walter Scholarship Award program.

Seven students were awarded $500 scholarships based on their school grades, test scores, activities and a personal goal statement.

Winners of the $500 scholarships from Mid-Ohio ESC, from the area, include Eden Stephey of Tiffin and Emma Studer of Buckeye Central.

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