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ICS says “Let’s stomp out bullying”

Immaculate Conception School Participated in Blue Shirt Day with World Day of Bullying Prevention on Monday, Oct. 7. The students were asked to wear a blue shirt to show their solidarity in stopping bullying and cyber bullying in our school, in our community, and in our world. Immaculate Conception School…
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Graytown Building alive with children again

Pictured above (from left to right) at the front of the former Graytown Elementary School, and now North Point’s new regional operations hub is B-C-S Superintendent Guy Parmigian, B-C-S Board Member Kim Dusseau, North Point Governing Board Member Carole Kuns, and North Point Superintendent Douglas Crooks. The sale of the…
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Bataan Tailgate party

Parents, students, and staff at Bataan Memorial Primary & Intermediate Schools gathered for a tailgate party prior to the Oct. 4 football game. Bataan Parents Club provided the refreshments and Port Clinton High School students helped with the event. PCHS student Hannah Weaver volunteered to do face painting, pictured here…
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Port Clinton DECA successful at first competition

Port Clinton High School DECA recently traveled to the University of Findlay for the DECA Independent Association Competition. The following PCHS students placed in their respective events. Public Relations: 2nd – Claire Zielinski; 3rd – Madi Baxter; 4th – Dylan Spears; 5th – Kennedy Gulas. Job Interview: 2nd – Eryn…
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PC Music Boosters Fruit Sale

Port Clinton Music Boosters are having their annual fund raiser Nov. 4-20. They will be working with Pee-Jay’s Fresh Fruit. A wide selection of citrus and other fruits and also cheesecakes will be available for purchase. To purchase fruit or cheesecakes, contact Kathy Lay at 419-732-3073 or purchase online at…
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PCMS produces video

Port Clinton Middle School students produced a video in response to the Katy Perry ROAR Video contest on Good Morning America. The winner will be announced next week.
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B-C-S Board Looking Forward

Pictured from left to right are: Mrs. Karen Barney of the Rocket Soccer Improvement Committee, Mr. Roger Fulwiler of Bechtel Corporation, Mr. William Poiry of the Soccer Improvement Committee, and Mrs. Heather Dewitz, President of the B-C-S Board of Education The Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education took up forward looking action…
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