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Bobb Vergiels

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Monroe Public Schools

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Coordinator of Communications and Public Relations

Monroe Public Schools


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www.monroenews.com

I contacted Bobb Vergiels, director of communication for Monroe Public Schools, who helped track down Harrison.
Four Student Council members - Harrison, Keegan, Conor Copp and Grace Wood - bus driver Lolita Cooper and Mr. Vergiels met at the school bus with 75 cases of water and 70 gallon jugs from Waterloo Elementary School's drive.


www.monroenews.com

Bobb Vergiels, Monroe Public Schools spokesman, said four Monroe High School students were on board and none was injured.
Damage to the rear of the bus was very minor, he added.


www.monroenews.com

Bobb Vergiels, marketing and communications director with MPS, said eight Monroe school buildings are participating but Monroe High School has received the most votes so far with 2,000.
However, that is not in the top 100. The leader so far is Lake High School, south of Toledo, which was destroyed by a tornado earlier this year. Mr. Vergiels said contest rules state participants must vote through Facebook and submit ideas on how the school can use the $500,000. Participants must be 13 or older and can vote a maximum of 20 times and up to five times a school. Voting ends Sept. 3. Mr. Vergiels acknowledged that it will be difficult for MHS or other buildings to break the top 20, but he's hoping for the best. "It's going to take a lot of votes in a short period of time," he said.


www.toledoblade.com

In Monroe, school officials worried that rural roads were too slick for bus traffic, said Bobb Vergiels, coordinator of communications and public relations for Monroe Public Schools.
"Remember, even though our administrative headquarters is in the city, we have a lot of kids in the rural areas and a whole lot of rural roads out there," Mr. Vergiels said.


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