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Fifth graders meet their PCHS NHS pen pals

Christian Owen and Michaella Kohlman with their NHS pen pal Amber Wuersig. Members of PCHS National Honor Society corresponded with grade 5 students at Bataan Intermediate Elementary during the school year. Letter writing is part of the grade 5 Language Arts curriculum and NHS members serve as role models to…
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Marine Mechanics program graduates five

Marine Mechanics, from left, back row: Jeffry Huebner of Sandusky, Larry Musgrove of Sandusky, Trevor Koeberlein of Toledo; kneeling: James Taylor of Port Clinton and Christopher Zibert of Port Clinton. Two Port Clinton residents, two Sandusky residents and one from Toledo were among the five area residents who received their…
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Oak Harbor DECA places third in the world

Third place winners Jordyn Dunn, Brandon Schimming and Brenna Franck. On May 1 eighteen Oak Harbor DECA members traveled to Atlanta, GA, to compete at the International Career Development Conference. Over 16,000 students from around the world competed in their respective events. The team of Jordyn Dunn, Brenna Franck, and…
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Port Clinton City Schools refinance bonds, save money

The Port Clinton City School District is pleased to announce that its recent bond refinancing efforts will save district taxpayers in excess of $1 million in future debt service costs. In its original financing of the construction and renovation costs for Bataan Memorial, Port Clinton Middle School, and Port Clinton…
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Port Clinton Rotary Club Hosts Annual Honors Banquet at PCHS

PCHS students Kelly Althaus, Morgan Donahue and Halee Jones enjoy dinner prepared by the Port Clinton Rotary Club at the Annual Honors Banquet at Port Clinton High School. The Port Clinton High School Rotary Honor Banquet was hosted on May 7, in the Performing Arts Center. The annual event is…
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ICS fifth grade class digs through history at Johnson’s Island

Dr. David Bush tells the ICS fifth grade the history behind the cemetery at Johnsons Island. The fifth graders at Immaculate Conception School in Port Clinton spent Monday being archeologists. Mrs. Jane Drusbacky’s class once again had the experience of participating in the Experiential Learning Program in Historical Archaeology offered…
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B-C-S Board approves personnel and calendar changes

Wednesday, June 4, was officially confirmed as the last day of school for students in the Benton-Carroll-Salem School district. This confirmation was the result of action taken at the April B-C-S Board of Education meeting (pending no additional calamity days). The Board took advantage of a one-time waiver allowed by…
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