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2015 Cardington-Lincoln Gilead Christian Highland Mt. Gilead Northmor Ohio Central Bible College Tomorrow Center 2 Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Morrow County Sentinel Morrow County Hospital General Information (419) Acute Care + Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehab + Cardiopulmonary Services + Emergency Services + Laboratory + Radiology + Rehab Services (Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy) + Sleep Lab + Surgery MCH Heart & Vascular (419) MCH Orthopedics (419) Medical Specialty Center (419) Allergy/Immunology + Audiology + Dermatology + Gynecology/Obstetrics + Hematology/Oncology + Nephrology + Ophthalmology + Otolaryngology + Pain Management + Podiatry + Pulmonology + Surgery (General) + Urology Home Health 245 Neal Avenue Suite B Mt. Gilead (419) MCH Primary Care Baker Street 712 Baker Street Mt. Gilead (419) Cardinal Center 73 Sportsman s Drive Marengo (419) Cardington 116 East Main Street (419) Mt. Gilead 245 Neal Ave. Suite A (419) Northfield 6519 U.S. Hwy. 42 Mt. Gilead (419) (419) Urgent Care 651 West Marion Rd. Mt. Gilead Monday-Friday 4-10:30 p.m. (419) Sportsman s Drive Marengo Laboratory Radiology Rehab Services Specialty Clinic (419) U.S. Hwy. 42 Mt. Gilead Between Williamsport and Johnsville Laboratory Radiology Rehab Services (419) Morrow County Sentinel Wednesday, August 12, Academic Calendar for Ohio Central Bible College PATRIOT DAY BENEFIT CONCERT FOR OHIO CENTRAL BIBLE COLLEGE: Friday, September 11 at 7:00pm in the Sanctuary of the Iberia Presbyterian Church. FALL SEMESTER 2015 REGISTRATION: Saturday, September 12 from 9 am to noon for OCBC 101, Old Testament Survey (Prof. J. Moore) and OCBC 106, Church History (Prof. R. Farmer). Note: Registration could also be held on Tuesday, September 15 from 6 to 9pm in case of inclement weather conditions on September 12. FALL SEMESTER COURSES WILL MEET ON 12 SATURDAYS FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON: September 19 (first day of class) until December 12 (last day of class). No class on Nov. 28 for the Thanksgiving Break. Note that Tuesday, December 15 is an extra day if a class could not meet during the semester because of inclement weather conditions. FALL SEMESTER FINAL GRADES ARE DUE ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19. NOTE: OCBC 101 and OCBC 106 may be available as Independent Study courses. They would meet on six Saturdays from 9am to noon at OCBC. WINTER TERM 2016 REGISTRATION: Tuesday, January 5 from 6 to 9pm for OCBC 102, The Life of Christ (Prof. J. Winters). Note: Registration could also be held on Saturday, January 9 at 9am in case of inclement weather conditions on January 5. THE WINTER TERM COURSE WILL MEET ON SIX SATURDAY MORNINGS FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND SIX TUESDAY EVENINGS FROM 6 TO 9 PM: Saturday, January 9 (first day of class) until Tuesday, February 16 (last day of class). Note that Saturday, February 20 is an extra day if a class could not meet during the term because of inclement weather conditions. OCBC 102 may also be available as an Independent Study course. It would meet for six class sessions instead of 12 class sessions. WINTER TERM FINAL GRADES ARE DUE ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. WINTER TERM SPECIAL EVENT: Valentine s Day Clothing Drive for the Needy. SPRING SEMESTER 2016 REGISTRATION: Saturday, February 20 from 9 am to noon for OCBC 103, New Testament Survey (Prof. J. Moore), OCBC 104, Christian and Community Service (for those enrolled in OCBC 103; Prof. D. Schultz); and OCBC 105, The Psalms (Prof. R. Farmer). OCBC 103 and OCBC 105 may also be available as Independent Study courses. They would meet for six class sessions instead of 12 sessions. SPRING SEMESTER Courtesy Photo Dr. Sam Meier of Columbus taught The Gospels at Ohio Central Bible College in The Christian school meets at the Iberia Presbyterian Church. Phone Mark Phillips at (419) for information about enrolling in classes or visit and Facebook.com/Ohio-Central Bible- College. Everyone is welcome to attend. COURSES WILL MEET ON 12 SATURDAYS FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON: February 27 (first day of class) until May 21 (last day of class). No class on March 26 for the Easter Break. Note that Tuesday, May 24 is an extra day if a class could not meet during the semester because of inclement weather conditions. SPRING SEMESTER FINAL GRADES ARE DUE ON SATURDAY, MAY 28. SPRING SEMESTER SPECIAL EVENT: Friday, May 6, Benefit Concert for OCBC GRADUATION : Saturday, June 4 at 10 am SUMMER TERM 2016 REGISTRATION: Tuesday, June 7 from 6 to 9pm for OCBC 102, The Life of Christ (Prof. J. Winters). THE SUMMER COURSE WILL MEET FOR SIX SATURDAY MORNINGS AND SIX TUESDAY EVENINGS (or ISP): Saturday, June 11 until July 23. No class on July 2 for the Fourth of July Break. Grades due on July SUMMER SEMINAR : Saturday, July 9 from 10am to 3pm Topic: The Revelation of Saint John the Divine (Prof. J. Moore and assistants). NOTE: This institution is not certified by the Board of Regents or the State of Ohio. It does not racially discriminate in any of its programs. Ohio Central Bible College is authorized by Section (E) of the Ohio Revised Code. Phone Mark Phillips at (419) for information. FREE ESTIMATES 4940 State Rpute 615 Mt. Gilead, Ohio Fax: Jereme Mess Owner 4 Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Morrow County Sentinel Calendar for Gilead Christian School AUGUST 27 - Preschool Orientation 6:30 pm 28 - Last Day of Summer Day Camp SEPTEMBER 2 - New Staff In-Service 3 - All Staff In-Service 3 - Kindergarten Orientation 6:00 pm 4 - North & South Campus Open House 3:00-6:00pm 9 - First Day of School 21 - Senior Parent Night 6:00 pm 23 - See You at the Pole 7:30 am OCTOBER 2 - Grandparents Day (North Campus) 9 - Midterms Go Home/Viewable 13 & 15 - North & South Parent Teacher Conferences 3-6 pm 14 - PSAT 19 - NHS Induction 7:00pm Fall TERRA NOVA 23 - Teacher In-Service NO SCHOOL (K-12 Only) 23 - Dads & Doughnuts (Pre-K) NOVEMBER 6 - End of 1st Quarter 7 - GCS Auction 9 - Beginning of 2nd Quarter 11 - Grade Cards Go Home/Viewable 17 - Pre-K Parent Teacher Conferences 18 - Preschool Parent Teacher Conferences 25 - Early Release 2:00 pm Thanksgiving Break - NO SCHOOL DECEMBER 4 - North & South Christmas Concert 7:00 pm 4 - Midterm Reports Go Home/Viewable 11 - Preschool & Pre-K Christmas Concert 7:00 pm 18 Preschool & Pre-K Christmas Party Early Release 2:00 pm Christmas Break - NO SCHOOL JANUARY Christmas Break - NO SCHOOL 4 - Classes Resume 18 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day - NO SCHOOL 22 - End of 2nd Quarter/1st Semester 25 - Beginning of 3rd Quarter/2nd Semester 27 - Grade Cards Go Home/Viewable FEBRUARY 12 - Preschool & Pre-K Valentine s Day Party 15 - President s Day - NO SCHOOL 19 - Midterms Go Home/Viewable 22 - Dual Credit Meeting - 6:00pm 23 & 25 - North & South Parent Teacher Conferences 3:00 pm - 6:00pm 29 - Performance Based Assessment MARCH Performance Based Assessment 8 - Pre-K Parent Teacher Conferences 9 - Preschool Parent Teacher Conferences 15 - Kindergarten Screening 1-7:00pm 18 - End of 3rd Quarter 18 - Early Release 2:00pm 29 - Beginning of 4th Quarter 30 - Grade Cards Go Home/Viewable 27 - Early Release 2:00pm Easter Break - NO SCHOOL APRIL South Campus Spring Play Terra Nova 22 - Mom s & Muffins (Pre-K) 29 - North & South Spring Concert 7:00 pm 29 - Midterm Go Home/Viewable Care Like You ve Never SeeN Before. Bennington Glen Nursing and Rehabilitation Center The Villas Assisted Living 825 State Route 61, Marengo, Ohio or toll free BEN-GLEN Tom C. Elkin Co., LPA Tom C. Elkin Co., LPA 19 E. High St., P.O. Box 189 Mt. Gilead 19 E. High St., P.O. Box E. High Mt. St., Gilead P.O. Box 189 or Mt Gilead or Morrow County Sentinel Wednesday, August 12, Calendar for Gilead Christian School (CONT.) MAY Pre-K Buddy Week 20 - Preschool & Pre-K Trike-A-Thon 20 - Preschool & Pre-K End of Year Party 24 - South Campus Awards Chapel 30 - Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL 31 - North Campus Field Day JUNE 1 - North Campus Awards Chapel 3 - End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester 3 - Last Day of School 3 - Early Release 2:00 pm 3 - Graduation /Baccalaureate 7:00 pm 6 - Summer Day Camp Begins 13 - Grade Cards Mailed/Viewable South Campus Early Childhood, JH & SH 3613 Twp. Rd. 115 Mt. Gilead, OH P F North Campus Kindergarten-6th 220 South Main St. Mt. Gilead, OH P F School Administration Gary Miller, Administrator & Principal Jr./Sr. High Stacey Prothman, Principal K-6th grade Yvonne Kinsella, Early Childhood Administrator Gina Kinnard, Guidance Counselor, Bible Teacher Barb Guda, Special Education Coordinator Megan Arrington, Independent Studies Coordinator Bill Kerman, Athletic Director Mission Statement Gilead Christian School exists primarily to assist parents in fulfilling their divine responsibility to train thoroughly each child to obey God in every area of life. This is accomplished by providing programs of learning experiences to guide the individual student in understanding: appreciating: and relating to the truth of God as revealed in His Word: His world and in the Holy Spirit. Academically: the school seeks to provide a learning program which is flexible and comprehensive enough to offer the best education possible for each individual student. Additional supportive programs include a nurturing daycare for children (newborn through 6th grade): a kindergarten preparatory preschool program: a competitive athletic program: and a fine art and music program. In the final analysis: it is the purpose of Gilead Christian School to help the student to grow as Jesus grew: in wisdom and in favor with God and Man. Luke 2:52 Athletics Gilead Christian School offers numerous athletic opportunities for students to participate in. JUNIOR HIGH LEVEL Boys: Cross Country, Basketball, Track & Field Girls: Cross Country, Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field SENIOR HIGH LEVEL Boys: Cross Country, Golf, Basketball, Track & Field Girls: Cross Country, Golf, Volleyball, Track & Field 4th-6th GRADE Boys: Basketball Girls: Basketball, Volleyball KILGOUR S INSURANCE STORE 44 W. North St. Mt. Gilead, Ohio Applefest September 26 th 10 AM - 5 PM 2634 Smeltzer Rd. Marion Office (419) Becky Kilgour Owner Brenda Smith CSR Fax (419) EQUAL HOUSING 6 Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Morrow County Sentinel Mount Gilead Exempted Village School District School Calendar AUGUST 10 - Teacher work day 11 - First day for students 31 - Teacher Inservice - NO SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 1 - Teacher Inservice - NO SCHOOL NO SCHOOL 7 - Labor Day - NO SCHOOL 17 - Parent/Teacher conferences (HS) 22 Parent/Teacher conferences (HS) OCTOBER 16 - End 1st grading period 29 - Parent/Teacher conferences (PA/MS) NOVEMBER 2 - Parent Teacher conferences (PA/MS) 25 - Compensatory parent/teacher conference NO SCHOOL Thanksgiving break - NO SCHOOL DECEMBER 22 - End of 2nd nine-weeks grading period 23 - Teacher work day Christmas - NO SCHOOL JANUARY 1 - New Year s break -NO SCHOOL 4 - School resumes 18 - NO SCHOOL FEBRUARY 4- Parent/Teacher conferences 8 - Parent/Teacher conferences 15 - Compensatory parent/teacher conference NO SCHOOL MARCH 4 - End of 3rd nine-weeks grading period Spring Break - NO SCHOOL MAY 18 - Last day of school for students 18 - End of 4th nine-weeks grading period 19- Teacher work day 21- Graduation EARLY DISMISSALS Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 May 18 2 HR LATE ARRIVALS - STAFF DEVELOPMENT Oct. 14 Dec. 2 Jan. 27 Apr. 13 Investing in local people, businesses and organizations is the right thing to do. That s why we do it. LENDER Member FDIC FirstKnox.com 504 West High Street Morrow County Sentinel Wednesday, August 12, Morrow County Board of Developmental Disabilities Whetstone Programs Whetstone Center The Whetstone Center is located at 406 Bank Street, Mt. Gilead. The Whetstone Center houses the Board s Administrative offices, the Maintenance and Janitorial Departments, Service and Support Administration as well as the Whetstone Industries Scanning Department. In addition to the county board programs, the Whetstone Center also houses Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center preschool, Head Start preschool, and the Morrow County Child Care Center. For more information regarding the Whetstone Center please call: Whetstone Industries Whetstone Industries is a not-for-profit corporation that provides sheltered employment, enclave vocational opportunities, and adult day services for individuals with developmental disabilities in Morrow County. Housed within Whetstone Industries are the Furniture Factory and Whetstone Weavers along with various production job opportunities such as packaging and assembly, paper shredding, office chair mats and cleaning services. Adult Day programming as well as classes and clubs are available at this location. For more information regarding Whetstone Industries, please call: Early Intervention and Help Me Grow: The Morrow County Board of Developmental Disabilities (MCBDD) provides service coordination to families eligible for Help Me Grow Part C and at risk services in collaboration with the Morrow County Health Department. Through a contract with Morrow County Job and Family Services and in coordination with the Morrow County Health Department and the Family and Children First Council, the MCBDD credentialed Help Me Grow service coordinator works year round to complete these components for the Help Me Grow program: Outreach/child find/intake/procedural safeguards: County Board staff participates with the Health Department in outreach and child find activities throughout the year. The credentialed Help Me Grow service coordinator directs any intake referrals to central intake at the Health Department and ensures that families receive information regarding procedural safeguards at every IFSP (Individual Family Service Plan) update in compliance with both Ohio Department of Health and Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) requirements. Prenatal visits: If assigned a prenatal referral, the Help Me Grow service coordinator will complete prenatal home visits and will assist the family to access needed resources as requested. New born home visits: The Help Me Grow service coordinator is available for consultation but does not actively participate with the Health Department nurse in this process. Ongoing home visiting services: The family chooses how often and where they would like the service coordinator to meet with their family. The Help Me Grow service coordinator utilizes PIPE (Partners in Parenting Education) and HELP (Hawaii Early Learning Profile) curriculum to educate parents regarding their child s development during these ongoing home visits. Service coordination, IFSP development, implementation and review: The Help Me Grow service coordinator supports and assists families by teaching skills (such as advocacy, parenting and budgeting), coordinating access to community resources of the family s choice including doctors and therapy services, and coordinating access to funding (including Early Intervention System of Payment for needed services). The service coordinator assists the family to choose what goals are included in their child s service plan at each stage of the plan s development and review. Family Support Services: As part of the intake process, the Help Me Grow service coordinator refers all families to the Health Department s service and support specialist. The service coordinator also participates in all scheduled family activities (monthly). Evaluations to determine eligibility and ongoing assessment: The Help Me Grow service coordinator completes hearing questionnaires and nutrition, vision, developmental and social-emotional screenings as part of the evaluation and ongoing assessment for each child as assigned. These screenings may be completed one time only or as frequently as every two to six months depending on the needs of the child. While the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, used to determine Part C eligibility, is completed by certified health department staff, the MCBDD service coordinator is present for the evaluation to assist the family as needed. Specialized services in everyday routines, activities and places: The Help Me Grow service coordinator assists families to access therapy services available within the community. Due to lack of available funding, the Board suspended all Early Intervention (EI) therapy and classroom services as of June 30, As funding becomes available, the County Board would begin to rebuild the EI program, likely through a home-based Early Intervention Specialist/Teacher. Adult Services Adult Services assists individuals to work and participate in their community and gain life skills and social experiences that develop their abilities and enrich their day. Services are personalized to help each individual interact with their community in a meaningful way. Individuals enrolled in adult service programs are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities that include the development of social/ life, vocational, and community skills. Whetstone Industries general production shop and prime product divisions (Furniture Factory, Whetstone Weavers, shredding, and document retention) assist adults with developmental disabilities to become economically productive and independent. Recreational opportunities, such as Special Olympics, intramural sport teams, and neighborhood outings, help individuals with developmental disabilities adjust to the social environments of the community. Whetstone Industries is a notfor-profit corporation that provides sheltered employment, enclave vocational 8 Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Morrow County Sentinel Morrow County Board of Developmental Disabilities Whetstone Programs (CONT.) opportunities, and adult day services for individuals with developmental disabilities in Morrow County. We provide employment opportunities and day programming best suited to the needs and desires of the individual. We strive to develop a program to help you reach your highest level of independence and pursue the things in your life that are important to you. Vocational opportunities are provided through Whetstone Industries, Inc., a nonprofit corporation. Whetstone Industries sheltered employment provides the structure and support that each individual needs to work successfully. Individual work schedules are flexible, and workers are paid based on their productivity. Adult Day Programming - Whetstone Industries provides many different nonvocational programs for those individuals who do not wish to work or desire to retire from vocational employment. Individuals are offered the opportunity to engage in many different clubs and classes and group and individual activities designed to spark the individual s cognitive, social and sensory functions. Adult Day Programming is focused on developing and sharpening individual skills and helping each person take steps to increased independence. Transportation - The Morrow County Board of Developmental Disabilities provides transportation to and from regular Board programs, and to specialized events through the use of both Board vehicles and regular community transportation services, at no cost to individuals who attend Whetstone Industries. Classes and Clubs - Whetstone Industries has implemented a series of classes and clubs offered to individuals who attend the program. Classes and clubs are designed to gather individuals with like interests and develop those interests and skills through a small group setting. Outings - Whetstone Industries also develops outings throughout the year to provide our individuals with social opportunities in the surrounding communities. Special Olympics - The Morrow County Board of Developmental Disabilities sponsors numerous teams and athletes that participate in a very successful Special Olympics program. Organized activities are scheduled after work hours and on weekends. Special Olympics provides year round competition in a variety of sports. The Morrow County Special Olympics program offers official sports: track and field, basketball, bowling, softball, soccer, volleyball, and golf. Community Outreach - W
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