ILHS crowns Prom king and queen

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ABOVE: Seniors Cody Bowles and Alexis Beck were crowned Saturday as Indian Lake High School's 2015 Prom king and queen, respectively. The evening's theme was "A Night in London," and the decorations featured replicas of Big Ben and the London Eye. After-Prom was held at the Indian Lake Middle School. BELOW: Prom attendees dance Saturday in the school's auxiliary gym. (PHOTOS | INDIAN LAKE LOCAL SCHOOLS)

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WL-S breaks ground

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West Liberty-Salem Local School District conducted a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday evening for its $26 million expansion and renovation project. Manning the shovels are, from left, Superintendent Kraig Hissong; Pat Adams and Doug Williams, co-chairmen of Citizens for a Strong Community; Chuck Buck, board president; Steve Lapp and Chris Moell, board members; Rick Swart, Ohio Facilities Construction Commission; Jim Hoffman and Kent Eichenauer, board members; June Seymour, teacher representative; and Deb Hinderer, classified staff representative. The project will take two years. (PHOTO | WEST LIBERTY-SALEM SCHOOLS)

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Earth Day celebrated at ILES

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Students at Indian Lake Schools spent Earth Day Wednesday studying and practicing ways to conserve resources. First-graders in Jodi Carder’s class picked up litter in front of the school and on the playground. They turned off the lights and read by the windows, and also brainstormed practical ways to conserve resources, like recycling, turning off the water when brushing their teeth and unplugging electronics that aren’t in use.  Fifth-graders in Jana Core’s class also studied pathways of pollution and how to prevent further contamination of Earth’s soil and water. 

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Pupils attend Ohio Youth in Government event

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Calvary Christian School’s Youth in Government Club recently participated in the 64th annual Ohio Youth in Government event at the Ohio Statehouse.
 
Participants included Nathalie Thompson, Peter Printz, Noah Taylor, Maddie McGillis, Makayla Hartley, Amanda Koons, Sam Jackson, Mia Printz, Katie Thompson and Aleesha Watkins.
 
These students had the opportunity to take over the statehouse for one weekend and perform the roles of various government leaders. CCS students served as pages, lobbyists, press members, legislatures and one member of the governor’s cabinet.
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