When students of the Sentinel Technical Career Center's medical technology program participated in a program entitled "Fit Families for Life" in February, they didn't know it would stimulate donations.
At Thursday's Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Centers Board of Education meeting in Tiffin, the board voted to approve monetary and other donations.
Monetary donations included Carl Shaffer DDS, $100.00, Calvert High School student body, $205.00, Catholic Health Partners Tiffin, $250.00; John Felton DDS, $25.00, O.E. Meyer Co. Sandusky, $150.00, PT Services Tiffin, $50.00, Joseph Temple DDS, $100.00, Rite Aid Pharmacy Tiffin, $25.00, Robyn Vicek DDS, MS, $75.00; Tiffin Pediatrics, $30.00, Volunteers of America Tiffin, $25.00, and Krogers of Tiffin donated $50.00 gift cards.
Tiffin Eagles Aerie #402 of Tiffin donated $1000.00 towards Sentinel student support.
The board voted to approve a surety bond to discharge an account by Vanguard-Sentinel as part of the district's OSFC vocational assistance project. Many resignations were approved for the purpose of retirement and secondary certified teaching contracts for next school year were issued.
Adult education one year teaching contracts were renewed effective July 1.
A service agreement with the Northwest Ohio Education Technology Foundation for video streaming for both Sentinel and Vanguard during the next school year was approved with an annual fee of $1,075.00.
Mohawk and medical technologies junior student Ciara Long presented her Skills USA speech to the board.
The next board meeting is 6:30 pm May 16 at the Vanguard Administration Center in Fremont.