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Ottawa County Parents’ Week

Students and parents of Immaculate Conception, St. Boniface and Put-In-Bay Ottawa County celebrated Parents’ Week with a Kickoff Breakfast in Port Clinton on Tuesday, Oct. 22, with 120 community members attending. The event was sponsored by Family & Children First Council and made possible by the generous donations of Materion,…
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ICS Preschool is a World of Fall Color

The 3 and 4 year olds that attend ICS Preschool are watching the world change each and every day. This week leaves were the topic of conversation and the rainbow of color they add to our Earth this time of year. Miss Mary Heschel leads the classes in songs and…
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The Hunger Games at Port Clinton Middle School

Fleet 7 teachers ready for The Hunger Games at Port Clinton Middle School are (L to R) Nancy Walker as Mrs. Everdeen; Jared Rhode as Mr. Snow; Samantha Lipstraw, as a Tribute; Mallory Myers as Katness Everdeen; Diane Zam as Effie Trinket; Sara Logsdon as a Citizen from the Capitol…
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Port Clinton City School District announces Flagship Award Winners

Pictured left to right: Superintendent of Schools Patrick D. Adkins with Flagship Award Winners Bob Beck, Captain Staff Award; Michelle Kodak, First Mate Parent Award; Dawn Zink, Zink Calls, Crew Community Award and Board of Education President David Belden. (Not pictured Fred Zink.) The Flagship Awards are part of Port…
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Third graders learn about fire safety

Benton-Carroll-Salem schools third graders were invited to the Carroll Township Fire/EMS Department on Friday, Oct. 4, to learn about fire safety. The Carroll Township Fire Department, Life Flight, First Energy, Ohio State Highway Patrol, St. Vincent’s, ProMedica, Ottawa County EMA, and Materion all donated their time to make the day…
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PC NHS Adopt-a-Road cleanup

Port Clinton High School National Honor Society collected trash this past Sunday, Oct. 13, as part of their semi-annual Adopt-a-Road campaign. They collected approximately 45 lbs. of trash along Gill Road. Pictured left to right are: Row 1-Amber Wuersig, Halee Jones, Morgan McGlothlin; Row 2-McKenzie Stine, Cheyenne Meek, Ericka Castillo,…
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Ian Kyle is PCHS Student of the Month

Port Clinton High School recently announced the Student of the Month for October is Ian Kyle. Ian has been involved in a wide variety of extracurricular activities during the past four years at PCHS. He is a member of Leadership Council, Touch of Class, and last Spring joined Drama Club…
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