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Recycled art

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Riverside Elementary School kindergartners, from the left, Elizabeth White, DeLaney Ratleff and Shaye McGill share their holiday homework project made out of cones donated by AGC Automotive Americas in Bellefontaine. Each student in Mandy Cotterman’s class was provided with a brown cone to decorate at home with their families to represent a holiday symbol of their choice. AGC is a “zero to landfill” company, and its employees have the goal of recycling everything the company uses. (PHOTO | RIVERSIDE SCHOOLS)

Last Updated on Friday, 03 January 2014

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Christmas cleanup

Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 December 2013

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Riverside students visit Ohio Fire Academy

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Riverside High School students recently visited the Ohio Fire Academy as a part of college and career readiness activities.

Rick Best, Ohio Fire Academy’s Eastern advocate manager, hosted the group and explained a number of aspects of academy training, including arson investigations, the evidence chain, training facilities, burn buildings and emergency services.

Students Jesse Kean, Aaron Kean and Greg Bryant said they are interested in continuing their families’ traditions of serving as firefighters in the DeGraff and Quincy.

Riverside High School guidance counselor Connie Beatty helped to coordinate this trip. She also recently arranged a full-day of student visits to Georgetown College and University of Kentucky.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 December 2013

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BLHS students visit Honda Plant

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Benjamin Logan High School students in the Japanese culture class, Japanese 1, and those who are currently enrolled in the Japanese National Honor Society recently visited Honda of America Mfg. at East Liberty.
The students first watched a PowerPoint presentation and learned how the Marysville Plant was Honda’s first U.S. production facility. After the presentation, the students put on portable microphones and safety goggles for the assembly line tour.
Honda also provided a question and answer session for the students. The tour was arranged by Dai Yamamoto, BLHS Japanese instructor.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 December 2013

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Coloring book creation

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Indian Lake High School student Tori Franks, left, explains how she designed a coloring book in her graphic design class to Indian Lake Elementary School first-grader Allison Shepherd. Members of the graphic design course created the coloring books using Photoshop software. Sample copies were sent to first-grade students for review. The younger students learned about evaluation tools such as rubrics as well as basic components of design. The evaluations then were returned to the graphic design students at the high school. Finally, each first-grader was able to select a coloring book of their choice to keep. (PHOTO | INDIAN LAKE SCHOOLS)

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 December 2013

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MEISTERSINGERS PERFORM

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Indian Lake High School student L.J. Henderson, center, performs a solo with the ILHS Meistersingers during a recent performance for Indian Lake middle and elementary school students. The Meistersingers are directed by Joyce King and Becky Taylor. (PHOTO | INDIAN LAKE SCHOOLS )

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 December 2013

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Holiday helpers

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Ruby Brenner, a volunteer from Gretna Brethren Church, serves Christmas meals to a family Monday evening at Our Daily Bread. In addition to the regular meal, attendees received groceries and entered a raffle to win meals from Bob Evans Resaurant. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 December 2013

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Christmas cookie calculations

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Indian Lake Elementary School kindergarten students Winnie Bodin, left, and Jason Friend from Jodi Carder’s classroom use their newly learned math skills of measurement to make Christmas cookies during a recent assignment. Their class measured the flour, sugar and baking powder to make the cookie dough. Then they were able to roll out the dough and choose their own cookie shape. Not surprisingly, the pupils said the best part of the lesson was partaking of the cookies. (PHOTO | INDIAN LAKE SCHOOLS)

 

Last Updated on Monday, 23 December 2013

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