LIMA — In 2009-10, women earned the majority of academic degrees on all levels.
LIMA — It's one of the best school productions Lima City School District Superintendent Jill Ackerman has ever seen.“I started to cry I was so proud,” she said.
ADA — Ohio Northern University prides itself on brick and mortar tradition,.
BLUFFTON — There's something about interaction and face-to-face conversation that encourages critical thinking and analysis.
LIMA — Aaron Napierala teaches students which wire to connect to which pin on a computer motherboard during one of his classes at the University of Northwestern Ohio.
LIMA — It looks like an octopus.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS
CONVOY — When words fail, music speaks.
Lincolnview receives payment
VAN WERT — When asked if they could see wind turbines from home, a conference room containing 19 Crestview student council members with laptops raised their hands.“Well, I can see the lights,” one student said.
KALIDA — High School senior Olivia Schmenk has had to jump through a lot of hoops these last few months.Not that the cheerleader and tumbler isn't used to jumping.
WAPAKONETA — The Heritage Trails Park District's Board of Commissioners will have its regular monthly meeting this month. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. Monday at the Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce.
BLUFFTON — Open enrollment at Bluffton schools is open for the 2015-16 school year.Students from anywhere in Ohio can apply and enroll tuition free.
Summer in Iceland
Kalida crowns royalty
LIMA — After Allen East's school board meeting last month, it seemed the storm of salary negations had finally blown through.
OTTAWA — For Ottawa Elementary School, the poor winter weather might prove to have its advantages.
LEIPSIC — Jaydn Cupp's favorite color is purple.It works out pretty well, her mom Diane Cupp said, since Leipsic's school colors are purple and gold.“I have a lot of Viking T-shirts,” Jaydn said.
“Which equation represents the relationship between x and y shown in the graph?”Students have been answering questions like this for years, and as testing begins this week, this year is no different.
3.5 to 3.999
Grade 7A: Calia Moseley, Gracia Thornton.
4.0Grade 7: Sydnie Siebeneck.Grade 8: Derek Luersman, Madison Neidert.Grade 9: Marissa Krietemeyer, Natalie Morman, Makenna Ricker.Grade 10: Griffin Morman, Troy Ricker.
3.85 to 4.00Seniors: George Bauer, Laura Bentley, Wyatt Bischoff, Ashley Hoy, Alexis Jordan, Dylan Luhta, Jacob Parker, Megan Williams.Juniors: Crystal Brown, Madison Shrider, Corey Wolford.
3.75 – 4.00
AGrade 8: Wesley Nguyen, Gracie Prine.Grade 9: Amiah Allen, Iyanna Grant, Emily Prinsen, Jake Steed, Kaylyne Trent.
4.0Allen East: Preston Miller, Logan Slone, Kelli Stoner.Bath: Lillyan Burden, Brooke Cotrell, Jordan Haller, Courtney Helmig, John McConnell, Brianna Smith.Bluffton: Gabriel Meyer.
Pathway to Success: Kaleb Davis, Braiden Fugatt, Alayna Golden, Sophie Long, Connor Reed.
4.0Grade 7: Victoria Lauck, Hannah Riepenhoff.3.5-3.99Grade 5: Cameron Blakeman, Emma Frueh, Nick Harpest, Madalena Knotts, Kaitlyn Sherrick, Noah Sites, Brittain Smith, Cadence Spencer, Kristina Zupan.
4.0Grade 8: Adam Gerker, Rachel Hellman, Luke Reindel, Elizabeth Vorst, Jared Wurst.Freshmen: Matthew Miller, Collin Will.Sophomores: Connor Hesseling.Juniors: Connor Britt.
ExcellenceGrade 8: Cassandra Rose, Maritza Aguirre.Grade 7: Marina Shenouda, Anna Kahle, John Sreenan.Grade 5: Kelly Koenig, Emma Mayers, Allison Young, Noah Schneider.Superior
3.5 to 4.0
Seniors4.0: Kara Brown, Lynnea Clay, Kelsey Kirkendall, Seth Lugibihl, Heather Pickrell, Bethany Powell, Hannah Schroeder, Lydia Shenk.3.5 – 3.99: Joshua High, Ethan Rex, Lucas Wafzig.Juniors
4.0Grade 9: Alexis Ball, Luke Best, Alenna Bible, Ava Christy, Aiyana Gibson, Hannah Lieurance, Katie Mulholland, Gabriel Niebel, Alexandra Scott, Lydia Wiechart.
Highest Honors:Grade 9: Nicholas Azzarello, Harsha Battula, Molly Fischbach, Isabella Fusillo, Isaac Hanover, Rachel Hunt, Joel Hutchison, Kai Malcolm, Erik Neu, Arianna Smedley, Sydnie Truesdale, Zachary Ziccardi.
AGrade 5: Austin Courtney, Kearra Wilkerson.Grade 6: Angela Pajimula.A/B
Grade 7A: Addyson Armey, Justin Etter, Kennedy Hiltner, Katelyn Kohls, Mackenzie Rayle.
4.0Seniors: Emily Goodwin, Emily Kreinbrink.Freshmen: Logan Kreinbrink, Kierra Meyer, Kelly Scheckelhoff, Alec Schroeder, Emily Schroeder.A
Honor Roll I
AGrade 9: Morgan Auchmuty, Leah Conley, Christopher Harnish, Sydney Hoff, Kayla Kindle, Kelli Leugers, Rameen Omar, Aimee Ritter.
Grade 12A: Anna Bendele, Chelsey Boecker, Ryan Kimmet, Megan Lambert, Haley Landwehr, Elizabeth Luersman.
Honor Roll 1
A/BGrade 5: Nicole Pryor, Ella Owens, Travis Nanchoff, Hunter Klett, Joey Hoersten, Kelley Hale, LaShayla Felton, Zander Crouch, Haley Bradford, Heather Boyed, LaciLynn Graham, Josh Crowder, Mackenzie Burden.
Grade 53.0: Blake Barnes, Delson Baugh, Josselynne Carmean, Hannah Schulze, Ryder Siebeneck.
4.0Seniors: Kelli Kramer, Gaige Rassman.Juniors: Trey Smith.Sophomores: Benjamin Curth, Tristan Moore, Jace Stockwell.Freshmen: Jayden Moore, Kaitlin Pohlman, Aaron Stant, Macy Wallace, Casey Williams.