Academic Letters

On October 26, 2018 Columbus Grove High School recognized 76 students in grades 10-12 who earned the Academic Letter based on their academic performance last school year.  The Academic Letter program is designed to acknowledge excellence in the classroom by giving a Letter, similar to an Athletic Letter, to students who maintain a 3.5 grade point average or higher for the entire school year.  Students were called down to the Commons where they received their Academic Letter.  In addition, students were treated to donuts and juice as a small incentive for their hard work and dedication in the classroom.  Those students who received this Letter are as follows:

Seniors: Adam Bogart, Peyton Brubaker, Hailey Coleman, Shane Cornell, Bryce King, Caleb Langhals, Dylan Mason, Grace Morman, Madison Nicklaus, Jacob Oglesbee, Amelia Page, Tanner Rode, Kyle Schroeder, Riley Schumacher, Rylee Sybert, Autumn Thompson, Madison Wiseman

Juniors: Jared Basinger, Jacob Bish, Cassidy Brinkman, Rebecca Choi, Anna Choi, Makena Doseck, Delaney Dotson, Nathan Dunbar, Alyssa Ellerbrock, Tristen Gillette, Abigail Gladwell, Emalia Griffith, Payton Halker, Cassie Heilman, Kaitlyn Herman, Paige Langhals, Rob Langhals, Angela Lugibill, Nathan Maenle, Brandon Morman, Michael Morman, Will Nusbaum, Ivy Parker, Breece Pingle, Emily Ridinger, Addison Schafer, Kara Schmidt, Evan Schroeder, Emma Wenzinger

Sophomores: Jonathon Banal, Lauren Benroth, Derek Birkemeier, Dylan Birkemeier, Tayt Birnesser, Tanner Blankemeyer, Gabe Clement, Morgan Deffenbaugh, Sara Dipnarine, Erin Downing, Joseph Edelbrock, Zeke Halker, Adeleigh Halker, Gabe Hardeman, Joseph Hart, Maggie Hoorman, Ezra Jones, Trinity Kopenhaver, Emily McCauley, Cheyanne Mershman, Elisa Price, Blake Reynolds, Alayna Ricker, Katie Schroeder, Emily Schumacher, Grace Selhorst, Kennedy Smith, Zoe Stechschulte, Cody Tabler, Lauryn Wischmeyer

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1st Quarter Bulldogs LEAD

Columbus Grove School is excited to announce the introduction of a program called Bulldogs LEAD - a K-12 school wide character campaign. Each quarter will focus on a different character trait and a life skill. Each quarter teachers will nominate students and co-workers who display the character trait. One student from EL/MS/HS and a teacher will be chosen each quarter and receive a Bulldogs LEAD t-shirt. At the end of the year all individuals that have been recognized will be invited to a luncheon.

1st Quarter L - Lead by Example - Leadership
Life Skill: Show respect by shaking hands and looking people in the eye
2nd Quarter E - Encourage Others - Empathy/Kindness
Life Skill: Say please, thank you, and excuse me when it is appropriate
3rd Quarter A - Achieve Goals - College/Career and Growth Mindset
Life Skill: Turn in your homework every day and study for test
4th Quarter D - Do the Right Thing - Service
Life Skill: Always wear your school colors on Friday!

The following students and teachers were chosen for the 1st Quarter Bulldogs LEAD program:
Elementary Student - Annabelle Horstman
Middle School Student - Karsyn Garmatter
High School Student - Rylee Sybert
Teacher - Beth Fruchey

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Congratulations and thank you for demonstrating outstanding leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom.

Financial Aid Parent Meeting

Seniors and parents interested in learning more about filling out the FAFSA can attend either of the following Financial Aid Parent meetings: Wednesday, September 26th at 7:00 PM in the Kalida High School Cafeteria OR Monday, November 19th at 7:00PM in the Columbus Grove High School Library.  If you have any questions, please call Mrs. Losh at 419-659-4310.

Character Education

Columbus Grove School is excited to announce the introduction of a program called Bulldogs LEAD - a K-12 school wide character campaign. Each quarter will focus on a different character trait and a life skill. Each quarter teachers will nominate students and co-workers who display the character trait. One student from EL/MS/HS and a teacher will be chosen each quarter and receive a Bulldogs LEAD t-shirt. At the end of the year all individuals that have been recognized will be invited to a luncheon.

1st Quarter L - Lead by Example - Leadership
Life Skill: Show respect by shaking hands and looking people in the eye
2nd Quarter E - Encourage Others - Empathy/Kindness
Life Skill: Say please, thank you, and excuse me when it is appropriate 
3rd Quarter A - Achieve Goals - College/Career and Growth Mindset 
Life Skill: Turn in your homework every day and study for test
4th Quarter D - Do the Right Thing - Service 
Life Skill: Always wear your school colors on Friday!

The following students and teachers were chosen for the 1st Quarter Bulldogs LEAD program:
Elementary Student - Annabelle Horstman
Middle School Student - Karsyn Garmatter
High School Student - Rylee Sybert
Teacher - Beth Fruchey

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Congratulations and thank you for demonstrating outstanding leadership qualities both in and out of the classroom.

The Guidance Department has started lessons and activities to focus on the Bulldogs LEAD campaign. Motivational Monday quotes, classroom guidance lessons, Lunch Bunch groups, Career Chats and a College Fair visit are just a few of the activities taking place this quarter.   All of these activities promote LEADERSHIP and the importance of this quality.

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September 17, 2018 Guidance Updates

Guidance News-Hello and welcome to the Columbus Grove Guidance News!  This page will be the resource center for all news, pictures, events, and postings happening with the CG guidance department.  We plan to continually add new and useful information for parents, students, and teachers to keep everyone informed.  Please contact Mrs. Losh or Mrs. Bruce if you have any questions or concerns.

Defiance County College Fair was hosted this past week at Defiance College.  Columbus Grove juniors were able to visit with over 75 college representatives to discuss college and military options available to students.

Senior Guidance Newsletter-This is a newsletter created by Mrs. Losh, and it will be posted at the beginning of each month to the Guidance News for seniors and their parents/guardians.  Underclassman and parents may want to check this out to help with planning for their futures.

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Superintendent: (419) 659-2639
High School (7-12): (419) 659-2156
Elementary (K-6): (419) 659-2631
Central Office Fax: (419) 659-5134

Columbus Grove Schools
201 W. Cross St.
Columbus Grove, OH
45830-1237 

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