Blankets, snacks and books were scattered throughout the Galion Primary School gymnasium floor for a special event May 12. Fourteen Galion High School students, including members of the Key Club and National Honor Society, spent the day with the youngest Tigers during the annual Reading Fair.
Registration forms for Galion Safety Town are now available. The 2017 program will be July 24 to 27. The Galion Police Department organizes the program to educate children on a variety of safety topics before they start school.
Each year, the Galion Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) organizes and hosts a Field Day for students in both the Galion Primary and Intermediate Schools. This year’s events will take place on May 18 for the Galion Primary School, while the Galion Intermediate School event is set for May 19.
Crestline native Alex Smith received a $5,000 Naegele Competitive Scholarship from Northwood University, where he will begin study in fall 2017 and plans to major in automotive marketing and management.
The Galion Intermediate School fifth grade classes of Ms. Paula Prince and Mr. Jon Stinehour embarked on a journey to help the community during the 2016-2017 school year. The students developed an idea to help raise money for the Humane Society serving Crawford County. The first and third Fridays of every month, students throughout the Intermediate School could dress down if they donated a quarter for the cause. Once monies were collected, the teachers needed to make sure they handled the money correctly.
Students toured Crossroads Original Designs and two other Bucyrus businesses Thursday, May 18, as part of the Workforce Awareness for Graduates and Educators (WAGE), a program sponsored by one of the Crawford County Partnership’s action teams that highlights local businesses and career options.