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ICS Preschool celebrates Valentine’s Day, announces open houses

On Wednesday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Preschool in Port Clinton Miss Mary Heschel’s four year olds made a variety of patterns of pink and red hearts down the school’s corridors in celebration of Valentine’s Day.

Immaculate Conception Preschool is now accepting registration for 3 and 4 year olds for the 2014-2015 school year and planning two open houses to welcome new students and show any interested families j what Immaculate Conception Preschool offers. The first is on Wednesday, March 12, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Parents and children 3 and 4 years old are welcome to take a look at the preschool, meet the preschool staff, and ask any questions. The second open house is Sunday, March 16, from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

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ICS celebrates National School Choice Week

At ICS last week, the entire school posed for photo to commemorate the conclusion of Catholic Schools Week 2014.  The group showed their school spirit by wearing bright yellow scarves that were provided by the National School Choice organization. National School Choice Week provides an opportunity every January to shine a spotlight on the need for effective education opportunities for all children.

National School Choice week overlaps Catholic Schools Week, which was celebrated from Jan. 27-Feb. 2. I.C.S. joined more than 2,000,000 Catholic school students in more than 7,800 Catholic schools across the nation to celebrate how Catholic education raises the standards of faith, academics and service every day for its students.

Immaculate Conception School is open to children of all faiths and offers many options for tuition assistance.  ICS has begun its open registration for the 2014- 2015 school year for preschool and grades K-5. For more information or to meet with staff and tour the school, call the school at 419.734.3315.

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What would it be like to live in a snow globe?

Forth grader, Ryan Zam makes a snowman in his snow globe.

Port Clinton has been somewhat of a snow globe the past couple of weeks, which has gotten the Immaculate Conception School fourth graders wondering. What if we did live in a snow globe? Language Arts teacher Jacki Brown made that the subject of a writing project for her class this week. The class came up with stories full of creativity and imagination as to what life would be like living in a snowy wonderland. The consensus was that life in the snow is both beautiful and magical, and, well, really cold. After writing their essay the class made snow globes with pictures of themselves inside.

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