Norwalk students of the month
Here are the Norwalk Elk's Student of the Month program candidates
Carrie Shover, daughter of Michael and Dawn Shover of Milan is the December winner.
Activities: National Honor Society; 2006 Most Improved for cross country; Speech and Debate/National Forensics League; Varsity E Club; Enlightenment; four-year letter winner in cross country; two-year captain for Cross Country; Second Team All-Conference Cross Country; four year SBC All-Academic; member of 2005 Conference Champ Cross Country Team; nominee for Wendy's Heisman 2006; two year letter winner for track; member of Concert Choir; Drama Club; Big Brother/Big Sister volunteer sophomore year; four-year Honor Roll student; Key Club; St. Peter's Youth Group; Spanish Club; member of SBC Champ team for freshman basketball; Art Club; 4-H member sophomore year; Equestrian Club freshman year; Church Christmas Choir; volunteer for Huron County Humane Society; volunteer at FTMC Autistic Spectrum Summer Camp; SADD; FCA; appointed to the Youth Advisory Committee of Erie County.
Future plans: To attend The Ohio State University and get a master's degree in speech pathology.
Josh Amstutz, son of Mike and Bev Amstutz of Huron, November winner.
Activities: Honor roll all quarters; Varsity "E" Scholarship Letter; Preliminary National Honor Society member; National Honor Society member; secretary of National Honor Society; top student on the Americanism Test; All SBC Academic Honors; GTCTM qualifier; Math Student of the Quarter; National Youth Leaders Conference Nominee; Boys State Delegate; Rensselaer Mathematics and Science Scholarship Award; Wendy's High School Heisman Award nominee; Math Club; Spanish Club; Academic Challenge Team member; class vice-president; Key Club treasurer; Key Club vice-president; Speech & Debate Club National Forensics League; band; Future Teachers of America; Cross Country; one year letter winner basketball; track; three year letter winner, Most Improved Award; MVP Award; Student Athlete of the Month - May; Student Athlete of the Month - April; member of Zion Lutheran Church for 17 years and a member of the bell choir for nine years; Boy Scouts for 13 years - Eagle Scout (2004) and Order of the Arrow member; basketball camp helper for two years; volunteer for Edison Enlightenment Program (helping elementary children) one year; and helper for summer church services one year.
Future plans: Planning to go to college and major in mathematics in secondary education. He is deciding between Capital, Ohio Northern, Otterbein, Mount Union and Renesselear College. Josh is also considering running track in college.
Carly Schlotterer, daughter of Debra Schlotterer.
Activities: Four years Debate president, vice president and historian; three years track; two years Student Council, vice president; two years class officer and social chairperson; National Honor Society treasurer; three years peer tutor; four years Future Teachers of America; four years Spanish Club; one year French Club; Student of the Quarter (Social Studies, Language Arts, Foreign Language and Art); has spoken in front of the Senate Education Committee and at multiples rallies for better education.
Edison students of the month
The Berlin Heights Kiwanis are pleased to announce Madelyn Stevens is the January student of the month at Edison High School.
Madelyn has been chosen for her contributions to Edison High School and the Berlin Heights and Milan communities.
Madelyn's activities include varsity soccer, captain; varsity track; class secretary; Key Club president; French Club treasurer; speech and debate; drama club thespian; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; math club; mock trial; SADD; HOBY representative; National Honor Society; French National Honor Society; student of the quarter in French and language arts; honor roll; church youth group.
Madelyn is planning to attend Purdue University. Madelyn is the daughter of Michael and Joyce Stevens of Milan.
Concert, fine arts night
CELERYVILLE Celeryville Christian School invites all interested parties to a spring concert and fine arts night at 7 p.m. March 27.
Art projects, creative writing pieces, and academic projects will be displayed around the school. Classrooms will be open following the concert for prospective parents to tour. CCS board members will be available to answer questions. Information packets will be available as well as textbooks and samples of student work. Anyone needing more information may contact the school at (419) 935-3633.
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