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March 3, 2015

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What's for lunch?

What's for lunch in the Ada school cafeteria in March? Click here for the daily menu.

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Should ONU add more parking?

• March 3 - Ada schools cancelled
• Complete Blizzard Bag Day 3 • Elementary Specials Day 1

H, I, J, K, Laugh

Two students at Ohio Northern University Preschool share a laugh while working on their alphabet.

ONU alum featured in "outstanding women of science" recognition from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

March is Women’s History month, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is recognizing a different female employee each day on its social media sites.

Ohio Northern University alum, Amanda Horvath, was featured on the Feb. 27 Mountain-Prairie flickr site as an outstanding woman of science.

Here's the feature: 

Amanda Horvath, #ScienceWoman

Amanda Horvath

Title: Fish and Wildlife Biologist

Duty station: Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program, Regional Office, Denver

Dr. George Miller impacted the lives of countless ONU students

Dr. George Brown Miller, Jr. 88, died Sunday, March 1, 2015. He was born in Athens, Ga., to Helen and George Brown Miller.

He attended Duke and Georgia Tech to study aeronautical engineering, which led to service in the Navy during WWII. He then pursued a lengthy career in education, with advanced degrees from Emory and the University of Georgia.

Dr. Miller taught for a total of 54 years, impacting many students’ lives during the years. He joined the faculty and staff of Ohio Northern University in 1960, serving most of his ONU years in the Education Department training future generations of teachers.

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It would be a 30-year anniversary if this edition of the Ada High School Varsity Singers were to perform again. This is...

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ONU Delta Sigma Phi's Polar Plunge, 2-21-15
Southbound I-75 between SR 68 and 235, 2-14-15
Emmelina Bales, Teens for Jeans, 1-29-15
Mrs. Salyer's honor roll students, 1-21-15
 

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Congrats are in order for these Ada students

Congrats are in order for several Ada students for several recent achievements. Here's the list:

CONGRATULATIONS: To the 12 Ada students that had work selected for the Kewpee Art Show which opened on Friday. Special congrats to the award winners: Jake 1st place in Sculpture, Allison 1st place in Drawing, Liz 2nd place Print-Making, Alexandra 3rd place in Painting and special honors to Shelbey who won Best of Show. Their work was chosen out of over 400 works of Art from 21 High Schools.

Congratulations: To the High School Winter Guard on qualifying for finals at the Winter Guard International Regional in Pittsburgh this Saturday.

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