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Dean of faculty retiring from Tiffin U

February 19, 2014 Charles Christensen has served Tiffin University in a variety of positions since 2000. Now, he is set to step down, although he plans to continue working — at his own pace. more »»

TCS to reopen Lincoln building

February 8, 2014 Two years after the building was closed, Tiffin City Schools is to reopen the Lincoln Elementary building. The building is to serve as the district’s preschool buildin. more »»

Education briefs, Feb. 8

February 8, 2014 Old Fort to meet for regular session OLD FORT – The Old Fort Board of Education is to meet at 5 p.m. Monday. SE board to meet ATTICA — The Seneca East Board of Education is to meet at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Schools holding fast with graduation ... so far

February 5, 2014 With the extreme weather continuing, area school districts are having to make additional plans to make up days, but districts say graduation will not be affected at this point. more »»

Art exhibit inspired by MLK’s dream

January 29, 2014 It has been 50 years since the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech and the 1963 March on Washington. more »»

Casino revenue trickles to schools

January 29, 2014 The Ohio Department of Taxation issued its casino tax revenue reports for school districts last week, and districts are using the money for their general funds. more »»

‘Art is Forever’

December 1, 2013 Forty-three pieces of art are going on display from Columbian High School juniors and seniors during their annual art exhibition, to be on the Tiffin University campus Saturday. more »»

Board suspends charters for two Columbus schools

October 31, 2013 During a special meeting Wednesday, the Governing Board of the North Central Ohio Educational Service Center passed a resolution to suspend two charter schools in Columbus indefinitely. more »»

Forecast spooks trick-or-treat plans

October 31, 2013 Several local communities have changed their trick-or-treat due to the inclement weather forecast for today. The new times are: Kansas and Fostoria, 6-7:30 p.m. Saturday; Carey, 2-3:30 p.m. more »»

Building savings added to H-L fund

October 31, 2013 BASCOM — A small group of residents attended the State of the School meeting Wednesday night in the Hopewell-Loudon auditeria. Treasurer Veronica Reinhart began by reviewing the district’s financials. more »»

Tiffin company donates equipment to Terra State

October 30, 2013 FREMONT — Toledo Mold and Die recently donated three robots and a variety of manufacturing equipment to Terra State Community College. more »»

School to celebrate McPherson birth

October 30, 2013 CLYDE — Clyde-Green Springs Board of Education learned of an upcoming special occasion Monday evening. Gen. more »»

Board to screen 7 picks for supt.

October 29, 2013 Tiffin City Board of Education met Monday to review resumes for candidates for the superintendent position. The board met in executive session Monday; no action was taken. more »»

In service

October 28, 2013 more »»

Sentinel, H-L deal with death of student

October 19, 2013 The buildings of Hopewell-Loudon Schools and Sentinel Career and Technology Center were in a somber mood Friday due to the unexpected death of a loved student. Cameron Joseph St. more »»

Juniata College inaugurates Troha as 12th president

October 19, 2013 HUNTINGDON, PA. —James Troha, former vice president for institutional advancement and university relations at Heidelberg University, was inaugurated Friday as Juniata College’s 12th president. more »»

Student contacts Freedom From Religion Foundation concerning teacher, principal

October 19, 2013 A Tiffin Columbian student contacted the Freedom From Religion Foundation after a “See You At The Pole” event. The event was conducted the morning of Sept. more »»

’Berg, TU add students

October 12, 2013 Tiffin and Heidelberg universities are seeing increases in their enrollment for the 2013-14 year, while Terra State Community College sees a decrease. more »»

At its core, an ongoing debate

October 12, 2013 While Common Core State Standards remain a debated topic, 48 states have adopted the standards — including Ohio in June 2010. more »»

Hopewell-Loudon board dicusses athletics, New York trip schedule

October 12, 2013 BASCOM –– The Hopewell-Loudon Board of Education had a lengthy discussion Wednesday evening about selling advertising at the athletic venues. more »»



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