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Four County Career Center has selected the 2022-23 Student Council members. Student Council sponsors the spring dance and various other projects throughout the school year. Students include (front row, from left) Hailey Dunbar, Delta; Addie Mattern, Montpelier; Paige Morgan-Smith, Archbold; …

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ARCHBOLD — Four County Career Center recently announced Jacob Schwartzengraber from Holgate High School as a Student of the Month.

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Four County Career Center’s student ambassadors are seniors chosen each year based on their teacher’s recommendations and leadership abilities. They represent the school in a variety of capacities including hosting future students and parents as well as area elected officials and members of …

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In the world of education, the role of educational aides is often overlooked and undervalued. These hardworking individuals play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth running of schools and the success of students. Despite their invaluable contributions, educational aides are often referred …

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Northwest State Community College recently recognized its nursing graduates — Practical Nursing (PN) and Registered Nursing (RN) — at a recent pinning ceremony. Graduates of the nursing programs are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) and enter directly into the work…

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Patrick Henry Middle School December Students of the Month were selected by the staff for the character trait of attentiveness. Those students include (front row, from left) Rylie Wing, Macy Guelde, Payton Shawber, Camdyn Keith, Axel Solis Perez, (back row, from left) Nora Menzie, Shelby Kin…

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St. John Lutheran School recently honored students who received the respect award for character trait of the month for December. Students selected show respect to others in the school community. They are (from left) Brynlee Pescara, Addison Ward, Honour Schweinhagen, Avery Crall and Ryan Weddelman.

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Every February, the Four County Career Center community celebrates National Career & Technical Education month to raise awareness of the role that Career & Technical Education (CTE) has in readying learners for college and career success.

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As we close out another year and head into a new one filled with promise and opportunities, it is a good time to take stock of priorities and what is most important in our lives. A recent article I read by Jennifer Dukes Lee is the inspiration for this month’s article. In that article, she t…

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Four County Career Center recently received the designation of being a Heart Safe School through Nationwide Childrens Hospital and the Ohio Project ADAM. Project ADAM helps schools nationwide implement programs to make Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) readily available by preparing s…

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North Western Electric Cooperative, Tricounty Rural Electric Cooperative and Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative are now accepting applications for more than $15,400 in scholarships, as well as a free trip for multiple students to our nation’s capital as part of the annual Rural Electric Yo…

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Welcome to 2023! Each new year is a reminder of the blessings we are so fortunate to have as members of the Liberty Center community. Dr. Seuss once said, “You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do.” As we turn the page on the calendar year…

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Patrick Henry Middle School November Students of the Month were selected by teachers for displaying the character trait of gratefulness. Pictured (front row, from left) are Becca Hathaway, Alissa Sheeks, Clayton Giesige, Jaxon Cordes, Sarah Case, Cloa Gamble, (back row, from left) Brooke Sch…

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LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center Middle School will host its annual spelling bee Thursday, Jan. 19 at 8:15 a.m. in the school auditeria.

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ARCHBOLD — Four County Career Center will host its annual career night open house Monday from 5-7:30 p.m. at its campus located on the corner of State Routes 66 and 34 south of Archbold.

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Napoleon High School November Students of the Month include (from left) Napoleon Lions Club senior Jadyn Reed; Freedom Township Men’s Club freshman Wyatt Pontious; Bert G. Taylor Napoleon American Legion junior Cortney Lambert; and Rotary Club sophomore Isaac Herman.

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Four County Career Center recently hosted the annual Career Exploration Days for more than 1,800 sophomores from the 22 member schools in Defiance, Fulton, Henry and Williams counties. Each sophomore visited two career and technical programs and heard presentations about the programs from st…

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Four County Career Center recently hosted the annual Career Exploration Days for more than 1,800 sophomores from the 22 member schools in Defiance, Fulton, Henry and Williams counties. Each sophomore visited two career and technical programs and heard presentations about the programs from st…

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This month’s article is being written by a special guest author. Kayla Von Deylen is the social worker at Patrick Henry Local Schools. She is a licensed independent social worker and is in her second year at PH. Ms. Von Deylen is sharing some information about the recent “Value-Up” day at Pa…

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Four County Career Center recently had nine Law Enforcement & Security Tactics students serve as the Courtesy Corps for the Skills USA Ohio Fall Leadership Conference held at the Columbus Convention Center. Their work involved logistics, hospitality hosts, security and resource managemen…

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PETTISVILLE — Visitors to Pettisville are now greeted by additions to the city limits signs as the Pettisville School Foundation honors four PHS graduates who have brought honor and recognition to Pettisville.

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Officers of the more than 75 member Four County Career Center Business Professionals of America (BPA) Chapter include (front row, from left) President Dylan Winger, Fairview; Vice-President Landen Nickloy, North Central; Treasurer Izack Badenhop, Patrick Henry; Assistant Treasurer Myrali Tor…

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Napoleon Senior High School October Students of the Month are Napoleon Lions Club senior Taelor Torres (left) and Rotary Club sophomore Reagan Beilharz.

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ARCHBOLD — Northwest State Community College recently celebrated the December graduating class at a fall ceremony, where 106 degrees and/or certificates to 103 students were awarded.

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ARCHBOLD — Northwest State Community College received a grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) in the amount of $91,700 to support the Regionally Aligned Priorities in Developing Skills (RAPIDS) program, an initiative of the ODHE.

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The Patrick Henry Middle School PHMS October Students of the Month were selected by staff because of their actions demonstrating “determination.” They include (front row, from left) Aiden Parsley, Tatym Holmes, Cierra Moehrman, Riley Overacker, Betsy Solis-Perez, (back row, from left) Evan C…

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Thirteen Trine University students recently took part in competitions at the annual American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Student Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Napoleon High School September Students of the Month include (from left) Rotary Club sophomore Zayne Schwiebert, Bert G. Taylor Napoleon American Legion junior Devon Hull, Napoleon Lions Club senior Alexis Bailey and Freedom Township Men’s Club freshman Eyon Salinardo Boyd.

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Patrick Henry Local Schools recently presented "Mental Health Care in a Rural Setting" at the Ohio School Board’s(OSBA) Capital Conference. Middle school principal Kaylene Atkinson, social worker Kayla Von Deylen and superintendent Dr. Josh Biederstedt shared the approach PH takes to the men…

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Black Friday sales (that started way before Friday) and Cyber Monday online frenzies … these are telltale signs the holidays are upon us. Then throw in the decorating, shopping, baking, coordinating schedules, planning family gatherings and dealing with relatives which consume huge amounts o…

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DEFIANCE — Defiance College Chapter of Student Veterans of America (SVA) recently raised more than $3,000 toward its Thanksgiving Care Package fundraiser.

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“Your school facilities are beautiful.” “Wow, the building and grounds of your school are impressive.” These are popular sentiments I hear when people visit who are not familiar with Liberty Center Schools. We are truly blessed with some of the best facilities in northwest Ohio, and, I belie…

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I wanted to spend a little more time focusing on the beginning of this school year and how we have tried to focus our staff into our mission and vision here at Patrick Henry Local Schools. Four years ago, our community devoted time and energy to developing a new, more relevant mission and vi…

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Liberty Center Local Schools recently hosted a College and Career Fair featuring six speakers and 27 exhibitors including area employers, trades programs and colleges from Ohio, Michigan and Indiana. Students learned about military opportunities, scholarship tips, NCAA guidelines, tips for e…

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Four County Career Center students attending the FFA national convention include (front row, from left) Riley Ehlers, Napoleon, Ag/Diesel Mechanics; Clayton Dulle, Edon, Ag/Diesel Mechanics; Maryn Findling, Liberty Center, Veterinarian Assistant; Olivia Joyner, Hicksville, Ag/Diesel Mechanic…

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ARCHBOLD — The Four County Career Center Cosmetology Salon will be closed to the public for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday and Friday, as well as for Sophomore Career Exploration Days Dec. 1 and Dec. 3.

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Youngstown State University faculty and staff earned nearly $16 million in research and service grants this past fiscal year, the most ever in a single year.

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Holgate Middle School eighth graders participated in “Exploring Careers Hands On for 8th Graders” (ECHO for 8th Graders) held at Four County Career Center. Career explorers from the career center guided the students through several careers that were of interest to the eighth graders as they …

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Four County Career Center FFA Chapter members include over 130 Agriculture/Diesel Mechanics, Diesel Mechanics, Floral Design, Landscape & Greenhouse Technologies, Powersports and Veterinarian Assistant students. These students work on chapter projects, compete in district, state and nati…

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Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) and Miami University recently announced an expansion of the pilot TEACh Cincinnati, a partnership program designed to address the critical teacher shortage, while also increasing diversity among educators.

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Safety is always at the top of the list when we think about our students, staff and school. One new piece of legislation aimed at prevention is the Safety and Violence Education (SAVE) Students Act which requires that each school district in Ohio create a threat assessment team and process i…

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LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center High School is hosting a college and career fair Monday, Nov. 14 in the varsity gymnasium building.