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Immaculate Conception students donate $600 to CASA of Ottawa County

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Sunday, 26 April 2015 03:00
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Immaculate Conception students donate $600 to CASA of Ottawa County

Port Clinton Immaculate Conception principal Connie Snyder, left, and fifth-grader Marcella Brenner present Connie Cornett, executive director of CASA of Ottawa County,  with a check for $600. In conjunction with Right to Read Week, students participated in a penny war and jeans day to raise money for a charity. Jane Drusbacky’s fifth-grade class won the penny war and the privilege of choosing the charity for the donation. After a class discussion and learning about different organizations in the community, CASA of Ottawa County. Ms. Cornett , executive director of CASA of Ottawa County, visited the school to tell the students more about the job of a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).  (Photo courtesy of Port Clinton Immaculate Conception)

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 22 April 2015 15:19 )
 

Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic finishes successful season

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Tuesday, 07 April 2015 03:00
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Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic Quiz Bowl Team

The Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic academic challenge team completed its season by taking third place in the 2015 Firelands Challenge championship series March 10. The team also participated this season in the Academic Challenge show on Channel 5, WEWS, in Cleveland and finished third in the BGSU Holiday tournament at the Firelands campus. (Photo courtesy of Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic)

Last Updated ( Monday, 06 April 2015 17:30 )
 

St. Joan of Arc Students participate in National Reading Celebration

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Wednesday, 11 March 2015 03:00
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Students at Toledo St. Joan of Arc School were among thousands of students  nationwide participating in “Read the Most Coast to Coast” Feb. 27. Read the Most Coast to Coast celebrates reading with a one-day event that encourages students to read as much as they can. At St. Joan of Arc, more than 400 students took part in this shared effort to read the most and be a part of something big. (Photo courtesy of Toledo St. Joan of Arc School)

Students at Toledo St. Joan of Arc School were among thousands of students  nationwide participating in “Read the Most Coast to Coast” Feb. 27. Read the Most Coast to Coast celebrates reading with a one-day event that encourages students to read as much as they can. At St. Joan of Arc, more than 400 students took part in this shared effort to read the most and be a part of something big. (Photo courtesy of Toledo St. Joan of Arc School)

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 10 March 2015 15:28 )
 

St. Joan of Arc students collect canned goods

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Friday, 27 February 2015 03:00
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In celebration of Catholic Schools Week, Toledo St. Joan of Arc Catholic School students conducted a canned good collection. With nearly 100 percent participation, the students collected more than 500 canned and nonperishable goods in just one day.  The food was donated the Toledo Our Lady of Lourdes food bank. “Service is an important part of our school community and every student wanted to do their part,” says Maureen Truffin, St. Joan of Arc fourth-grade teacher and collection organizer. (Photo courtesy of Toledo St. Joan of Arc School)

In celebration of Catholic Schools Week, Toledo St. Joan of Arc Catholic School students conducted a canned good collection. With nearly 100 percent participation, the students collected more than 500 canned and nonperishable goods in just one day.  The food was donated the Toledo Our Lady of Lourdes food bank. “Service is an important part of our school community and every student wanted to do their part,” says Maureen Truffin, St. Joan of Arc fourth-grade teacher and collection organizer. (Photo courtesy of Toledo St. Joan of Arc School)

 

School mission fair supports the Aurora House

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Thursday, 26 February 2015 03:00
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Maumee St. Joseph School students recently participated in the annual Mission Fair, a day of carnival-style games, prizes, food and even a "jail," to raise money for The Aurora House in Toledo. Students and faculty presented the Aurora House with a check for $1,100, fleece blankets, place mats and cards — all hand-made by students from pre-K through eighth-grade. The Aurora Project is a comprehensive housing and life skills program that empowers homeless women and their children to achieve self-sufficiency and independence by providing resources and learning opportunities in a supportive, safe environment. 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 25 February 2015 16:28 )
 
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