Education Notes: 1/11/2021 | Community


Rhodes State Offers Admission Events

LIMA – Rhodes State College hosts two admissions events. Prospective students can visit Rhodes State College to learn more about the 70 academic and certificate programs offered by the college.

There will be information about the admissions process, financial aid, scholarships, and academic program highlights from the faculty.

The first is Fall Preview Day on Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and will include a campus tour and optional tour of the new Borra Center for Health Sciences from noon to 1 p.m.

The second is an event for adult learners interested in returning to college. The event is LEAD – Learn, Experience, Progress & Graduate and will be held on November 17 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. This information session is intended for adult learners to explore program options and schedule. flexible course.

The Catholic Center organizes an open day

TOLEDO – The annual Central Catholic High School Open House is on November 14 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Students and their families are invited to visit it.

Central Catholic has been educating future leaders of the great community of Toledo for over 100 years. The school offers nearly 100 merit and need-based scholarships and has awarded an average of $ 1.4 million in scholarships and financial aid over the past three years.

The open day offers the opportunity to visit the school building; visit the classrooms; meet teachers, coaches and administrators; explore our academic, spiritual, athletic and extracurricular programs; enjoy vocal, musical and dance performances; and learn about scholarships and financial aid options.

The school is located at 2550 Cherry St.

Ohio Connections Academy Wins PBIS Award

COLUMBUS – Ohio Connections Academy, a full-time, tuition-free public virtual school serving K-12 students statewide, recently received the Ohio PBIS Bronze Award for 2020-21 by the ministry of Ohio Education for creating a school environment that is positive, predictable, safe and fair.

PBIS stands for Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports, and the cornerstone of this framework is to maintain and support student behavioral expectations in the school environment, which requires consistency in administrative leadership for students, parents, and staff. .

According to Ohio Connections Academy Superintendent Marie Hanna, the online school has developed a structured framework for all stakeholders (gatekeepers, learning coaches, administration, school support staff, teachers and students) to work together. to teach, model and reinforce what it means to be respectful, responsible and engaged.

Heidelberg board extends president’s contract

TIFFIN – The University of Heidelberg Board of Trustees has extended President Robert H. Huntington’s 2022-2027 employment contract by one year.

A spokesperson refused to provide his salary.

Under Huntington’s leadership, Heidelberg has invested more than $ 44 million to complete 21 new construction and major renovation projects.

Additionally, the university has raised over $ 77 million (with a goal of $ 75 million) over the past decade as part of its Global Academic Campaign for Excellence, the world’s largest fundraising campaign. most ambitious fund in the history of Heidelberg. Earlier this semester, the faculty of Heidelberg approved the general education program of integrated studies, which will be implemented in the fall semester 2022.


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