Monday, February 04, 2002

Math students earn top honors


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        Seven Hills Upper School mathematics students earned top honors at the 2001 State Tournament of Mathematics. The tournament includes three competitions: the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics State Contest, the Ohio Mathematics League Competition, and the American Mathematics Contest.

        The students placed first in the state on Level I (102 students per grade level) and third in the state among all-sized schools.

Leadership camp

               Four sophomores from Stephen T. Badin High School have been named J. Kyle Braid Leadership Foundation Scholars in recognition of their leadership potential, moral values, and compassion. They will attend a one-week leadership camp in Colorado this summer.

        The scholars are: James Clear, the son of Pamela and James Clear of Fairfield Township; Jeff Pater, son of Kathleen and Kevin Pater of Fairfield; Jenni Horvath, daughter of Terri and Tom Horvath of Oxford; and Kate Mense, daughter of Cathy and John Mense of Hamilton.

Air Force medal

               Reserve Staff Sgt. Robert Williams has been decorated with the Air Force Achievement Medal. The medal is awarded for performance of meritorious service, acts of courage, or other outstanding achievements or accomplishments rendered specifically on behalf of the Air Force.

        Sgt. Williams, a Colerain High School graduate, is the son of Joseph Williams Jr. of Groesbeck.

Makes dean's list

               Kelly Erby, a junior history and English major, was named to the fall quarter dean's list at Ohio State University.

        The Loveland High School graduate is the daughter of Kathy and Mark Erby of Miami Township, Clermont County.

Senior makes list

               Brian Klopp, a senior visual communications technology major, was named to the winter semester dean's list at Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He is the son of Peggy and John Klopp of Delhi Township.

Degree earned

               Anna Cowperthwaite, of Anderson Township, has earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration from East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C.

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