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Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 23 December 2009 16:23

Nominations sought for Teacher of the Year award
The East Toledo Family Center is seeking nominations for the East Toledo Teacher of the Year Award.

The criteria for the award includes educators who have lived, worked or served in East Toledo and have demonstrated character in one or more of the following areas: innovation, dedication, collaboration, volunteer and/or advocate. Candidates may be self-nominated or nominated by someone else. Forms are available at the Family Center, 1020 Varland Ave., East Toledo, or by calling 419-691-1429. Nominations must be submitted by Jan. 29.
 Selection is determined by a vote of the Renaissance Gala Planning Committee. The award will be presented at the Family Center’s annual Renaissance Gala April 24.

Academy enrolling
Genoa Community Christian Academy, 303 W. 4th St., still has space available for the 2009-2010 school year. Call 419-855-4187 for more information.

Also, home educators should note that the CCA Cougars are now preparing for the 2009-2010 basketball season. Junior or senior high-age boys who are interested in playing with a character-building team should call Monica Church at 419-855-4187, ext. 5 or 419-307-3407.

 
Penta educator named Teacher of the Year award finalist
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 23 December 2009 16:21

 

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Penta social studies teacher Dave Harms (center), receives
a plaque from Ron Matter (left), Penta superintendent, and
Dr. Eric Myers (right), president of the Penta Board of
Education on Dec. 9.

Dave Harms, a social studies instructor at Penta Career Center was recognized by the Penta Board of Education and administration at the Dec. 9 board meeting for being one of five finalists for the 2010 Ohio Teacher of the Year award.

The results for the Ohio Teacher of the Year are expected to be announced this month. Ohio Teacher of the Year is an Ohio Department of Education program that honors, promotes and celebrates excellence in teaching.

 
New Owens educational complex to open in Maumee
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 23 December 2009 16:19

 

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The 24,665 square-foot Owens Community College site in
Arrowhead Park will feature 12 classrooms, four computer
laboratories, 19 offices, a reception area and a state-tested
nursing assistant laboratory.

Owens Community College has u nveiled plans for a new educational complex at Arrowhead Park in Maumee, at 1724 Indian Wood Circle.

The new on-site educational service center will provide convenient access to classes for area residents, businesses and industries beginning January 2010.

In addition, the educational center will serve as the new home for the College’s Workforce and Community Services division.

The renovated 24,665 square-foot site in Arrowhead Park will feature 12 classrooms, four computer laboratories, 19 offices, a reception area and a state-tested nursing assistant laboratory, all with state-of-the-art technology.

Owens’ Workforce and Community Services, which currently is located at 2249 Tracy Rd. in Northwood, provides customer-driven workforce development, job training and continuing education for business, industry and area residents throughout Northwest Ohio.

In addition to Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses, Owens within the last two years has begun offering on-site academic and support services at The Source, Lucas County’s One-Stop Employment Center in downtown Toledo.


The 24,665 square-foot Owens Community College site in Arrowhead Park will feature 12 classrooms, four computer laboratories, 19 offices, a reception area and a state-tested nursing assistant laboratory.

 
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