Reserve your spot with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Lorain County. Summer Camps take place June through August. Vermilion Youth & Teens takes place June 10 through August 9 at Vermilion Elementary and Sailorway Middle School. Pick up your Summer Application from a Site Director to register. Call (440) 787-9538 for more information.
Boys & Girls Clubs programs are proven programs that have been used for over 100 years to help youth develop the character, skills, education, values and behaviors that enable them to succeed in life. Each Club features:
Fun, Safe, Positive Environments – Boys & Girls Clubs aim to create a strong sense of belonging for its members, making each Club feel welcoming and inviting. It’s important to provide stability, consistency and a sense of physical and emotional safety.
Power Hour – For an hour after school, members receive 1 on 1, small group or large group homework help, tutoring and time to help members develop good study habits.
Daily Hot Meals – Nutritious, well balanced meals served with a course of Healthy Habits programming designed to help members develop lifelong healthy habits in their diet, exercise and life decisions.
Supportive Relationships – Staff members and volunteers serve as mentors who teach Boys & Girls Club members how to respect and appreciate others, work well in teams and individually, as well as provide them with guidance through their interactions and conflicts.
Recognition for Members – Each Boys & Girls Club supports its members’ self-worth and self confidence by providing them with positive reinforcement and by showcasing their achievements.
Willow Creek Junior Golf Camp, hosted by the Vermilion Boys Varsity Golf Team, takes place June 10 to June 13 from 9 am to 11:30 am. Ages 10 to 15 are invited to have fun while learning golf skills, an approach of the game, basic rules, etiquette and course management.
Cost is $60 per golfer, payable to Vermilion Local Schools. Camp will begin on the driving range of Willow Creek each morning. Students will receive a minimum of 1 hour of instruction as well as play time on the course. Registration forms are available through the Vermilion Local School District.
Will Creek Golf Course is located at 15905 Darrow Road in Vermilion, Ohio.
Vermilion High School has been notified that they have been chosen as a Cleveland Clinic Banner School for 2018-2019. This award recognizes schools that have gone “above and beyond” in leveraging Civic Education programming to advance student learning.
Civic Education offers programs designed to promote health and wellness, academic achievement, and career preparedness for students in grades K through 12.
Prom to Dawn 2020 will hold its first meeting on Wednesday, May 15 at Ritter Public Library in the community room. The meeting starts at 7 pm. Parents of current juniors, who will be seniors next year, are encouraged to attend.
Prom to Dawn is an activity planned by parents to offer a safe and fun party after the Senior Prom. Fundraising is the only source of revenue. Consider volunteering for at least one fundraiser for this worthy cause.
David Dotson has been recognized by Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA) as one of Ohio's “Best and Brightest”.
On Thursday, April 11, 2019, OESCA recognized 84 of Ohio's “Best and Brightest” top senior from each county across the state during the 30th Annual Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Awards Program.
The North Point Educational Service Center award recipients honored were David Dotson from Vermilion High School representing Erie County, Anna Little from Norwalk High School representing Huron County, Joey Dominique from Genoa High School representing Ottawa County and Morgan Johnson from Lakota High School representing Sandusky County.
St Mary Catholic School in Vermilion, Ohio has joined the Ohio STEM Learning Network and received the official award from the Ohio STEM Committee. This designation was formally granted by the Ohio STEM Committee, a group comprised of policymakers, agency directors, and business leaders.
Designation recognizes a school’s holistic approach to STEM learning as more than just science, technology, engineering and math. These schools show exceptional proof of engagement across academic disciplines, of empowering students as creative problem-solvers, and of a school-wide commitment to a quality STEM education for all students.
STEM is an abbreviation for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. It is an instructional approach integrating all subject areas into a project based learning environment. STEM focuses on real world problems that students notice. This is a student led, problem based, cooperative learning program that involves creativity, 21st century skills, and innovative thinking. The students are engaged, excited, and proud of their hard work.
Little Anchors Preschool Program is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year. Students must be 3-years-old by August 15, 2019 and not age-eligible for kindergarten.
Screenings for new preschool students will take place May 20 and June 5 at Vermilion Elementary School. Parents will be contacted to schedule a screening appointment after completing the online registration.