Oak Hills grad
on UC dean's list
Camille Jackson has been named to the winter quarter dean's list at the University of Cincinnati.
She will graduate in June with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and human resources.
The Oak Hills High School graduate is the daughter of Carol and Mike Jackson of Delhi Township.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol, Hamilton Post, has announced yearly awards.
Trooper Brian Bost, of Hamilton, was named the 2002 Trooper of the Year.
The four-year veteran is a native of Fairfield and a Fairfield High School graduate.
Dispatcher Treva Adams, of Franklin, was named the 2002 Dispatcher of the Year.
The 13-year dispatcher is a graduate of Middletown High School.
She also was the Wilmington District award winner in 1997.
First solo flights
Brad Horak of Loveland and Brian Meyer of Mount Adams took their first solo flights as student pilots in single-engine aircrafts.
They are seeking Recreational Pilots Certificates at Eastern Cincinnati Aviation at the Clermont County Airport.
Educators of year
The following are Northwest Local School District "Educators of the Year" as chosen by their respective PTA organizations:
Bevis Elementary - Denny Nagel, principal; Colerain Elementary - Sandy Miller, second-grade teacher; Houston Elementary - Cheryl Kremer, second-grade teacher; Monfort Heights Elementary - Peggy Schmidt, music/band; Pleasant Run Elementary - Aileen Martini, first-grade teacher; Struble Elementary - all teachers; Taylor Elementary - all teachers; Weigel Elementary - Holly Coombs, principal; Welch Elementary - Susan Hughes, music; Colerain Middle School - John Santagata, social studies/dean of students; Pleasant Run Middle School - Denise Reiber, physical education/health; White Oak Middle School - Holly Coors, physical education/department head; Colerain High School - Cheryl Salzman, English teacher; Northwest High School - David Wheat, science teacher.
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