Tidioute Life

Tidioute Health Fair

Warren General Hospital will partner up with Tidioute to host a Health Fair at Tidioute Firehall on Saturday, March 30, from 7 a.m. to noon.

Appointments are appreciated and can be made by calling Patty at (814) 484-7571. Or you can be a walk-in and have the comprehensive blood testing done.

Comprehensive blood testing will include testing for heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes, thyroid function, anemia, and liver disease. The cost is $40, which will include a light breakfast.

Men have the option of a prostate cancer testing for an additional $17.

An optional A-1C test, which shows blood glucose over a 2-to-3-month period, can be taken for $10.

There will be several free screenings, which include body fat analysis, blood pressure, height, weight, BMI, diabetic foot evaluations, Glaucoma Screening and pulse OX.

Several health care providers will be present with informational and interactive displays.

Those who have comprehensive blood testing need to fast for 12 hours prior, and food will be available as will beverages. Monetary donations will be accepted to help offset the cost of the food.

For more information, contact Linda at 484-7525 or Patty at 484-7571.

Tidioute to

celebrate National School Choice Week

On Friday, Jan. 25, Tidioute will be holding an assembly of students, parents, teachers, and school leaders in conjunction with the world’s largest annual celebration of opportunity in K-12 education.

National School Choice Week is a non-partisan, non-political event with the goal of raising awareness of all of the different K-12 education options available for children. This includes traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online academies, and homeschooling.

The Tidioute event opens to the general public at 1:30 p.m., and requires no RSVP in order to attend.

There will be a reception after the assembly for parents and the community.

TCCS Honor Roll

Here are Tidioute Community Charter School’s Honor Roll and Merit Roll students for the second quarter of the 2018-19 school year:

Merit Roll: Seniors–Paige Downey, Greysen Fors, Patrick Shields; juniors–Jacob Hulse, Madison Payne, Adrianna Pierce, Samantha Riker, Maggie Swanson, Jacinda Zeller; sophomores–Branden Haehn, Hallie Passingham, Amalia Sabella, Blake Sabella, Katie Scaife, Ruth Scaife; freshmen–Connor Carnahan, Aspen Fors, Jessica Hulse, Nathan Pyle, Angelina Sabella; eighth grade–Aubrey Barnes, Lexis Drukenbrod, Jolynn Durlin, Olivia Egger, Emma Larsen; seventh grade–Amiera Dansk, Brooksten Fors, Zaynah Gardner, Kassedy, Kibbey, Logan Sabella; sixth grade–Paige Beck, Sadie Breeding, Darrion Craig, Michael Hulse, Marlee Nuttal, Kenji Owens; fifth grade–Madilyn Jordan, Cameron Kibbey, Cody Silva; fourth grade–Jillian Conklin, Lainey DeVore, Peyton Hulse, Chloe Robinson, Madelyn Warham; third grade–Evan Hulings; second grade–Hope Martin, Gracie Mueller, Ethan Patterson, Parker Robinson, Adam Sabella.

Honor Roll: Seniors–Brianna Barton, Shawn Merritt; juniors–Dakota Barton, Jenna Hunt, Kelsey Nuttall, Shelby Proctor; sophomores–Jeremiah Smith, Paige Zofcin; freshmen–Natalie Valentine; eighth-grade–Arreanna Anderson, Caitlyn Banister, Lyli Breeding, Kaylin Franks, Eli Martin, Christopher Scander; seventh grade–Faith Dietrich, Alicia Sabella; sixth grade–Malaina Henderson, Riley Weilacher; fifth grade–Sophia Bereksaki, Aiden Patterson; fourth grade–Gabriella Lindsay, Corey Mahaney, Quinton Selfridge; second grade–Andrew Bean, Zachary Hulse, Caleb Johnson, Lennon Jukes, Spencer Moyer, Kemper Phillips, Kendall Rulander, Adrian Walter.

Super Bowl

soup sales

St. John Women’s Guild members will be selling soups on Sunday, Feb. 3, from 12:15 to 5 p.m. in St. John Center following Mass.

Soups for sale will include chicken noodle, vegetable beef, chili, potato and cream of broccoli.

The cost is $6 to eat in and will include bread, crackers, beverage, and a dessert. Takeout orders are 16 ounces for $5 and 20 ounces for $6.

Proceeds benefit the Guild.