Tuesday, July 24, 2001
Sycamore fourth at Science Bowl
Students from Sycamore High School, who won the Greater Cincinnati Regional Science Bowl, finished in fourth place at the National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C. Team members were:
Daniel Ash, Avichal Garg, Mitra Ghamsari, Fima Macheret and Nick Staubach. They brought home a $1,000 prize for the school's science department.
Paul Crawford of Price Hill and Josh Blackaby of Harrison have obtained private pilot's certificates by passing oral and flight exams with Federal Aviation Administration designated flight examiners. They are enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati-Clermont College.
Upon completion of the two-year program, they will have earned associate of applied science degrees and commercial pilot certificates.
The following graduates were awarded scholarships by PNC Financial Services Group Foundation in conjunction with Big 33 Scholarship Foundation:
Camilla Hileman of Mother of Mercy High School; Jennifer Houston of Deer Park High School; and Kristen Robinson of Mount Notre Dame High School.
The student newspaper of Western Hills High School, The Western Breeze, won second-place honors in the American Scholastic Press Association's annual review. This is the eighth consecutive year the association has recognized the paper, which has been in publication since 1929.
The following have completed the Ohio Basic Firefighter Training Program for full-time career firefighters:
Chris Heywood, a member of the Forest Park Fire Department; and Bryon Jones and Jason Knollman, members of the Loveland-Symmes Fire Department.
Cassie Angst, a sixth-grader at Fillmore Elementary School, had a poem published in the Elementary School Writer, a monthly classroom teaching magazine.
She is the daughter of Andrea and Tom Angst of Hamilton.
Call Congrats 755-4164. Fax: 755-4150. Mail: Congrats, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.
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