Honor Roll for Danbury High School, Quarter 3

High Honors, 3.8 or higher with no grade lower than B- Seniors: Tyler Arquette, Alexa Bintz, Engelica Cichocki, Kelsey Clemons, Andrea Dodd, David Gast, EveLynn Hermiller, Lilly Kennedy, Mollie Knighton, Matt Pusateri, Corbin Rickard Juniors: Alyssa Almendinger, Erin Lavelle, Lindsay Mark, Cassidy Rhodes, Heather Spears, Tori Wright Sophomores: Seth Bowser,…
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B-C-S Schools highlight Project Lifesaver

At its March 19th meeting, the Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education highlighted the efforts of Mrs. Carolyne Gilchrist, Coordinator of Ottawa County Project Lifesaver. Gilchrist explained that Project Lifesaver is a non-profit enterprise that provides transmitter wristbands for both children and adults who are at risk of becoming missing or wandering…
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Academic Challenge first place for DMS

On March 19, the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students from Danbury Middle School competed in the Ottawa County Academic Challenge at Benton Carroll Salem High School in Oak Harbor. Teams from Port Clinton, Oak Harbor, Put-In-Bay and Danbury competed in four rounds of questioning. The questions were in…
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B-C-S Community Education 2013 Summer Camps

B-C-S Community Education invites families with children in kindergarten through 7th grade to enroll in the 2013 Summer Camps. Pre-registration has begun for the 2013 Summer Camps and must be returned by April 15th. Weekly camps will begin on Monday, June 3rd at R. C. Waters Elementary School. Camp times…
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ICS gets new principal for a day

Mr. Benjamin Cadigan reported for duty on Wednesday, March 20, wide-eyed and ready to take charge. Ben was “Principal for a Day” at Immaculate Conception School. The third grader took the place of I.C.S. Principal Connie Snyder for just one day. Ben wasted no time at all making a few…
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ICS second grade had festive winter

The last several months have been full of fun for the second graders of Immaculate Conception School. Mrs. Penny Boyd’s second grade class celebrated 100 days of school by stringing together, in groups of 10, one hundred pieces of cereal that they then wore as colorful necklaces. They also wore…
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