Friday, July 05, 2002
Dean's lists are a family affair
Sophomore Peter Joseph has been named to the winter quarter dean's list at the University of Cincinnati.
Sarah Joseph, a junior nursing major, made the spring semester dean's list at Xavier University.
Virginia White, of Indian Hill, was awarded the Griffin Yeatman Award for Historic Preservation by the Hamilton County Recorder's Office for her research into Indian Hill architecture and the publication of her book, From Camargo to Indian Hill.
Educators from Finneytown's Brent Elementary School received the Outstanding Team Award from the Autism Society for their work with a Brent second-grader.
They are: Carol Howard, special education teacher; Marianne Tranter, principal; Lois Macke, instructional assistant; Suzanne Thompson, classroom teacher; Julie Haulk,speech/language pathologist; and Jennifer Dermody.
Egg drop awards
The McAuley High School Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) teams placed at the University of Cincinnati's TEAMS engineering contest.
The varsity team placed third in their division and second for their egg drop entry. The junior varsity team placed first in their division. Team members are:
Varsity Jamie Heidorn, Megan Lobaugh, Christa Siebenburgen, Nicole Koenig, Jessica Huber, Kristen Marschner, Becky Hock and Shannon Hart.
Junior Varsity Tracy Staudigel, Ashley Kuntz, Ashley Rosenacker, Aimee Gall, Melissa Lobaugh, Nicole Edwards, Andrea Breitenbach and Gina Kelly.
Cum laude grad
Matt Suddendorf has graduated cum laude, with a bachelors degree in music education, from Miami University. He is the new assistant director in the Music Department at Norwood High School.
Call: 755-4165. Fax: 755-4150. Mail: Congrats, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.
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