Henize named to UC dean's list
Erica Henize was named to the winter quarter dean's list, with a 4.0 grade point average, at the University of Cincinnati.
The Lakota West High School graduate and daughter of Melody and Don Henize of Liberty Township will pursue a career in law.
Patti Burwinkel, a fourth-grade teacher at Nativity School in Pleasant Ridge, has achieved National Board Certification, the highest professional credential in the field of teaching.
She has taught at Nativity for 17 years and at St. Ignatius School in Monfort Heights for the 10 years before.
Two students were awarded renewable Dean's Scholarships, valued at $22,000, to attend St. Joseph's College, Rensselaer, Ind.:
Winton Woods High School senior Jerome Stenger, son of Paula and Jerome Stenger of Springfield Township.
La Salle High School senior Michael Selm, son of Nancy and Richard Selm of Colerain Township.
Jenny Menzies, a Seven Hills High School senior from Wyoming, has won an Ohio Academic Scholarship presented by the Ohio Board of Regents.
The award, given to the state's most academically outstanding seniors who will attend a state university, provides $2,205 a year for up to four years of study.
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