Tag Archives: Community – News Briefs

Wanted: High School Artists for Contest

Calling all artists – The Ability Center needs you! The organization is looking for local high school artists to compete in a contest by creating artwork the represents what a welcoming community means to them.This contest is in honor of The Ability Center’s Centennial year in 2020. The Ability Center will judge submissions, with winning

Talking Suicide Prevention

The Lucas County Suicide Prevention Coalition is booking School Suicide Prevention Presentations for the spring. Each presentation takes about 45 minutes and the coalition provides resources for students. Thanks to grant funding through the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board, these presentations are free. For more information, visit lucascountyspc.org

National School Choice Week

Do you know all of the educational options available for your student? National School Choice Week, which runs January 20-26, is dedicated to giving parents access to the best K-12 education options for their children. These options include traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, private schools, online academies and homeschooling. In conjunction with

Way Public Library Offers Beyond Books

The Way Public Library in Perrysburg offers a great Beyond Books collection that allows you to check out a variety of fun and useful items with your library card. Electronics like metal detectors and karaoke machines, science equipment like telescopes and human heart models, home tools like sewing machines and air quality monitors, and instruments

Join the Mini Explorers Club

Imagination Station is looking for curious youngsters to join their Mini Explorers Club. This new, free program, for families of children ages 3-5, will meet once a month to create, explore and learn about the wonderful world all around us. Mini Explorers Club includes fun, hands-on activities, and a snack with free play kicking off

Resource Center Opens at Notre Dame Academy

The Dr. Suzanne Openlander ‘53 Resource Center is now open at Notre Dame Academy. The new Resource Center has been transformed into a space where students can come together to discover information in a traditional way, use technology to find answers online and explore STEM in a makerspace. Dr. Openlander, who spent her career as