Sunday, May 4, 2003


On UC dean's list for two quarters

Pamela Koebel, a sophomore paralegal studies major, was named to both the fall and winter quarter dean's lists at the University of Cincinnati.

The Sycamore High School graduate is the daughter of Nancy and Bill Koebel of Symmes Township.

Mentoring award

Lakeside Elementary School Principal Linda Giuliano and HOSTS coordinators Jamie Beachy and Susan Doan earned national recognition for their outstanding efforts in mentoring at-risk students.

The HOSTS (Help One Student To Succeed) Award for Quality Assurance is presented to high performing programs that achieve exemplary status for their HOSTS Structured Mentoring Program in Language Arts.

Lakeside is in the Winton Woods City School District.

Sergeant promotion

Christopher Campbell was promoted to the rank of sergeant in the U.S. Army by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff while serving on an assignment in Afghanistan.The Mason High School graduate is regularly assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, N.C.

Graphic design degrees

The following have earned associate's degrees in applied science in graphic design/computer graphics from the Art Institute of Cincinnati:

Ricky Adams of West Chester Township; Jonathon Buschbacher of Terrace Park; Josh Carey of Reading; Chris Donohue of Madeira; Jessica Fair of Fairfield; and Bonnie Schantz of Northside.

In honor bands

Five Kings Junior High School students were chosen by audition for the Ohio Music Education Association District 13 Honor Bands.

Teresa Kuo, fourth chair clarinet; Ryan Hoffman, fourth chair trumpet; and David Gittinger, seventh chair percussion, were chosen for the Seventh Grade Honor Band.

Mary Harl, sixth chair clarinet, was selected for the Eighth Grade Honor Band.

Jared Brown, second chair bass, was chosen as a member of the Junior High Honor Jazz Band.

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