The Ohio Restaurant Association Education Foundation brought hundreds of students from around the Buckeye State to Columbus.Teams fro Ohio ProStart programs were judged on their development of a new restaurant concept and design.Students from the R.G.
April 7 was a big night as Minerva's fifth graders showcased work from MLSD's partnership with ArtsinStark SmArt Grant Program. ArtsinStark is a non-profit organization that awards grants to include schools and individual artists.
The following students earned Walsh University Dean's List honors for the spring 2016 semester: from Malvern: Maggie Daniel, Stephanie Grossi, Abigail Robertson and Paul Robertson; from Minerva: Kayla Hardesty and Mackenzie Jeffery; from Waynesburg: Kevin Dice and Zachary Mozden.
Minerva FFA students received honors at the FFA's annual banquet at the Minerva High School on April 21. Twenty-three students received the greenhand degree, and Jonathan Lucas received the star greenhand degree.
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Brown Local teacher Duane Dungee was recently named Malvern High School's Teacher of the Year by students in the school's chapter of the National Honor Society. Falon Jones, NHS advisor and science teacher, said students consider educators for the honor each year.
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Fourth Nine WeeksFourth-Grade Principal's ListCian Billiter, Sean Burgess, Alexcya Conner, Laney Cowden, Hailey Dray, Isabella Gambone, Kyle Grogg, Galvin Hamilton, Ryder Hartshorn, Abby Ide, Alaena Locklear, Luke Lukowski, Olivia Mandato, Abigail Moody and Gabriella Romano.
Fourth Nine WeeksThird-Grade Honor Roll:Kenna Ball, Heaven Boley, Lauren Brown, Porshe Buchman, Conner Chalmers, Tyson Clear, Ava Conrad, Chase Davis, Jordin Detchon, Van Foley, Josephine Ford, Carey Foresha, Jade Garrott, Dillon Gray, Sawyer Greene, Ethan Grossi, Leah Irvine, Aubri
Immunization requirements for school attendance in Ohio has changed. All students entering seventh grade in the fall are now required by Ohio law to show proof of the following immunizations before starting school:/ TDaP vaccine to protect from tetanus, diptheria and pertussis.
Malvern High School recognized the Class of 2016 during the annual Senior Awards Banquet held May 19 at the First Christian Church of Malvern.The banquet was sponsored by the Malvern Excellence Committee. Guidance Counselor Deb Eckinger served as master of ceremony.
The MinervaStrong Scholarship Fund Committee announced that, thanks to the number of participants and the continued generosity of their sponsors, the scholarship fund committee was able to give $2,000 scholarships to three college-bound Minerva graduates (left to right): Shem Haas, Logan Pottorf and Austin Lowmiller.
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Minerva student Ashley Rader won first place in the clinical nursing competition at the Ohio HOSA State Leadership Conference held April 5 and 6 at the University of Toledo. An R.G. Drage Career Technical Center student of Minerva, Rader studies in Drage's health technologies program.
Kaylee Harter, of Malvern, was inducted into the Baldwin Wallace University chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, in the spring 2016 semester. Harter is a graduate of Carrollton High School majoring in psychology.
Brown Local School District inducted its newest National Honor Society officers prior to the end of the school year last month.
During their time at The University of Mount Union, most students consider their residence hall, apartment or townhouse to be a "home away from home." But for senior music education major and commuter student Nicklaus Embrogno, of Malvern, "home away from home" was within the Department of Music.
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The Minerva Local Education Association presented English teacher Emily Coldwell with its 2016 Golden Apple Award for teaching excellence at the MLEA Spring Teacher Appreciation Banquet and meeting on May 23.
Students from Malvern and Minerva received awards and scholarships during several awards assemblies held at R. G. Drage Career Technical Center on May 19.Ryan D. Bowman received the Dr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Drage Scholarship.
Submitted PhotoMinerva Elementary students in grades 3-5 have been selected by their peers for exemplifying the character trait fairness by playing by the rules, taking turns and sharing, being open-minded, listening to others, not taking advantage of others, and not blaming others carelessly.
Submitted PhotoMinerva Elementary students in grades K-2 have been selected by their peers for exemplifying the character trait fairness by playing by the rules, taking turns and sharing, being open-minded, listening to others, not taking advantage of others, and not blaming others carelessly.
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Jessica Stanik, of Minerva, has been named to the 2016 spring semester Dean's List at Ohio Wesleyan University.Madelyn Fischer, of Malvern, achieved Beta Beta Beta at the annual Wittenberg University honors convocation on April 8.
Malvern students in grades 3-5 honored for the character trait of fairness are (front row, left to right) Caroline Kryah, Austin McCauley and Leah Irvine; and (back row) Seth Roessner, Nate Martin, Gage Ratka and Emily Nevi.