Since 2004, there’s been a staple at Bryan Elementary School.
A northeast Ohio school board member was recently selected as the Ohio School Boards Association’s (OSBA) 2021 president-elect nominee. If elected during OSBA’s statewide conference in November, Robert M. Heard Sr. will become OSBA president in 2022 following his term as president-elect.
• Heidi Sines of Edgerton has been named to the spring 2020 dean’s list at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio. To be named to the dean’s list, students must earn a term GPA of 3.60 or above on a minimum load of 12 completed semester hours of A-F graded coursework.
• Trevin Rhoades of Bryan was recently named to the Cedarville University dean’s list for spring 2020. This recognition requires the student to obtain a 3.5 GPA or higher for the semester and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Fairview Middle School recently released its fourth quarter honor roll list to The Bryan Times. Fairview High School was printed in The Bryan Times honor roll section
Northwest State Community College will host a series of interactive summer camps for area youth, beginning on June 30 with the first Agriculture is STEM camp (for grades seven to nine).
Ohio University and The Ohio University Foundation have established the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship Fund in response to the June 4 call from the president of North Central University, Scott Hagan, who asked universities to consider creating this scholarship during Mr. Floyd’s memorial …
Non-profit organization “Live Like Mel” recently presented both a new funding award to a local student and a grant to three local instructors in order to honor of the memory of long time Montpelier teacher Melanie Sutter.
Twenty students from North Central’s Class of 2020 collectively received more than $540,000 to put toward their educational futures during a recent ceremony highlighting their achievements.
•Tom (Jack) Feil Halliday of Marietta, Ohio, recently completed four years of academic, physical, and professional military training, graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy with a degree in physics and a commission as a surface warfare officer with the rank of US Navy Ensign. He will begin f…
The Bryan Area Foundation is seeking applications for the Chris and Mary Thaman Scholarship along with applications for the Harlan G. and Ernestine B. Spangler Continuing Education Scholarship.
Edon Academic All-Star Riley Bloir is looking to pass on lessons she’s learned on the track, the court, and working with her classmates, to the next generation with her career choice.
Stryker Local Schools Academic All-Star Mackenzie Cadwell is capping off a proud career on the court and in the classroom, as she aims to next excel in a field inspired by time spent with those who matter most to her.
Emilie Eustace cheers on the Eagles teams as a cheerleader, but hopes to soon become a very kind of different supporter of those in her community.
Fountain City Christian School Academic All-Star Grace Johnson is looking to pass on the inspiration she gained from her teachers to her own future students.
Bryan High Academic All-Star Erica Grime expresses herself through interpretation of musical compositions... and soon she plans to teach young people to do the same through compositions of a different nature.
Bryan High School seniors may have had their year cut short by unthinkable circumstances, but their pride for their alma mater was on full display earlier in the 2019-2020 school year.
While necessarily lacking the physical ceremony of a traditional year, Bryan High School students, including the Class of 2020, recently had their accomplishments for the shortened school year highlighted by the school district.
Fountain City Christian School is closing its doors permanently, the Bryan school recently announced in a letter sent to families of enrolled students.