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The school held its second-ever Blessed not Stressed day for junior high and high school students. It started back in 2018 as part of a mentoring program but was so successful that school officials decided to continue it. The teenage years can be tough as the students go through a lot of changes, mentally, physically, and emotionally. So the whole day is geared to be stress-free, and filled with sessions about different outlets that they can use to help melt the stress away.
Lima Senior students showing off their art skills at their annual Visual Energy art exhibit Tuesday evening. Art from freshman, sophomore, and junior students was on display at the Allen County Museum as part of the opening reception for the exhibit.
The Northwest Ohio Literacy Council is charged with working with individuals who are behind on reading skills that can cause them to be left behind in the job market and life in general. With all the virtual learning that was taking place over the Covid-19 pandemic, they are concerned that students may be lagging behind when it comes to literacy.
The City of Lima offered CNC training classes through Rhodes State College. Those who participated in the course learned skills in programming computer-controlled equipment.
Teams are now forming for the Lima Literacy Council’s “Scrabble” competition. This is a major fundraiser to help in the council's mission to teach adults to read. They say 1 out of every 6 adults lacks basic reading skills and the Lima Literacy council wants to see individuals read to succeed and learn to earn.
The executive director of the Greater Ohio Workforce Board Inc. spoke to area business leaders at the chamber of commerce’s annual meeting. He says that the workforce seeing a record number of baby boomers retiring, not enough millennials to replace them, and a global trend of not having the 2.1 children to replace our population. Some say if all those who are receiving unemployment go back to work that our vanishing workforce would be fixed.
Chas Good is a junior and enjoying the class, “I’m learning a lot about music. Music’s always been my passion. So, when I heard that this class was coming to Lima Senior, I decided to take it because it would help me learn and expound on stuff I already know how to do and learn more about it. Like more technical stuff so I can know how to do my passion as best as I can.”
It was as easy as 1-2-3 as kindergarteners at Heritage Elementary School received tutoring from Senior High Early Childhood Education students. The older students became aware that the younger ones were lagging on their math skills, so they made a plan of action. They came up with several fun learning games that gave them a better understanding of math.
Students at Unity Elementary were tasked with planning and building towers made from Tinkertoys. This was through a visit with Science Enhancement for Science Advancement or SESA.
At Moose Landing Country Club, we want to make sure you can golf ANY time you please, in real life or in our augmented-reality golfing simulators. You can bring your friends too! Rainy day? Grab a round of beer from Fore 1 Tavern and enjoy an indoor virtual golf scramble.