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Brock Moore is PCHS February Student of the Month

Port Clinton High School recently announced that the Student of the Month for February is Brock Moore. 

Brock has devoted much of his four years of high school to Redskin athletics. He is a four year member of the football team, earning three varsity letters and Honorable Mention All SBC. As a four year member of the basketball team, he was named captain, and SBC Honorable Mention.  In Redskin track he is the SBC Champion in Long Jump, Runner up in the 100 meter and holds the school record in the 100 meter. At PCHS, he is a Senior Class Officer and a Freshmen Mentor. Brock is the son of Ralph and Lisa Moore. Next year he plans to major in Nursing at the University of Toledo.

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PCHS Ice Cream Challenge using cold facts

Port Clinton High School Marketing students Ashlynn Slauterbeck, Cal Laurel & Lisa Niceswanger ready to sell their market-researched ice cream treats at PCHS. (Their teammate John Morton is missing from photo.)

The Introduction to Marketing students at Port Clinton High School just finished a unit on marketing research and put their learning to the test-an Ice Cream Challenge. After gathering secondary information, or cold hard facts, on popular ice cream flavors and toppings, students were given the task to conduct primary research using short surveys to select the top flavor and three mix-ins to offer. Students had to name, price, advertise and sell their creations. Mr. Hollister, PCHS Marketing Teacher, required a shopping list as to what specifically to buy and the quantity. Once they calculated the break-even point and cost per serving, they determined what price they would charge.  

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