Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Celina High School's quarterly schedule with seven classroom periods a day may change to a trimester year with five periods daily for the 2010-2011 school year. High school Principal Jason Luebke presented the proposal created . . .
ST. HENRY - School officials have decided to practice what they preach to students by incorporating technology into their everyday activities. The St. Henry board of education meeting Monday night turned into a lesson in techno . . .
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• Auglaize County history
• Woman re-enacts story of ex-slave
• Board makes necessary cuts to hire new teacher
• Landowners can apply for stimulus funds for floodplain easements
• Mercer County FFA Invitational set Saturday