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Honda-OSU Honda-OSU Honda-OSU Partnership Math Award for the Class of 2012. She was nominated nominated as the school's best math student Besserman for this award, and her selection selection was based on academic performance in mathematics through the end of her junior year. The award comes with a scholarship opportunity in the amount of $3,000 per year and is renewable for four years. Up to 18 scholarships scholarships will be awarded to Math Medal recipients. She is now a part of the second group of high school seniors in southwestern Ohio who will receive this award from the Honda-OSU Honda-OSU Honda-OSU Partnership program, located at the Ohio State University in the College of Engineering. Engineering. She will be honored at a ceremony on Oct. 22 at the General Electric Aviation Learning Center in Cincinnati. Cincinnati. In addition to the Math Medal Jenny will also receive a $100 gift card as part of the math medal award. Shawn Maus, Finney- Finney- town Local School District TWO MCAULEY NATIONAL MERIT COMMENDED STUDENTS Congratulations to two McAuley seniors, Samantha Rack and Cayla Brakers, for achieving scores on the PSAT superior enough to be named National Merit Commended Commended Students. This year, a total of 1,546,887 students from 22,459 schools entered the National Merit Program. The national qualifying score for Commended Students in the 2012 program was 202. Sam and Cayla are in an elite group of only 1,120 students from only 311 schools in the State of Ohio to qualify as National Merit Commended Students. Samantha Rack is the daughter of Dale and Donna Rack of Green Township. She has narrowed her college college search to six universi- universi- Provided McAuley seniors Samantha Rack, left, and Cayla Brakers have been named National National Merit Commended Students. ties: Ohio State University, the University of Notre Dame, the University of Kentucky, Kentucky, Purdue University, Rose-Hulman Rose-Hulman Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, and the University University of South Carolina She wants to pursue a major of chemical engineeringpre medicine. A four-year four-year four-year soccer star at McAuley, Sam has also run four years of varsity track, is National Honor Society Society co-president, co-president, co-president, and is a member of Ambassadors Club, Key Club, Ski Club, and Student Council. She is also a MERFette (service leadership position.) Cayla Brakers, the daughter daughter of Mike and Cathy Brakers Brakers of Harrison, plans to major major in pre-veterinary pre-veterinary pre-veterinary medicine at Miami University, University, Oxford. (She had formerly formerly wanted to become a research research zoologist, but after "shadowing" a veterinarian through McAuley's Junior Job Shadowing Program, she decided upon becoming a vet.) Cayla is a well-rounded well-rounded well-rounded student, as well as having excellent excellent academic ability. She has been involved in six McAuley drama productions-five productions-five productions-five on stage and one on stage crew. She is treasurer of Drama Club, co-president co-president co-president of History Club, and president president of Spanish Club. She also is a member of Ait Club and Crochet Club. Kathy Dietrich, McAuley High School MOUNT NOTRE DAME TO HOST MODEL UN EVENT FOR JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS Mount Notre Dame will shrink the globe for area junior junior high students when it hosts its sixth annual MND Model UN event Wednesday. Wednesday. The Model United Nations Program allows high school and college students to participate participate in hands-on hands-on hands-on simulations simulations dealing with relevant world issues. Students gain a deep understanding of not only the topics they tackle, but also live the procedures that real UN delegates follow in order to create international international peace, security and cooperation. cooperation. MND's chapter of the Model UN was created and is moderated by Susan Magnus of Symmes Township Township who is deeply committed committed to the benefits of the program. program. "Model UN provides leadership opportunities to many of our students. Every year, I am impressed with the confidence and leadership leadership shown by my students," Magnus commented. MND's conference for junior junior high students not only acquaints a younger generation generation with important world issues issues and the procedures through which the problems of our global society are solved, but it also develops communication and leadership leadership skills both in the junior-high junior-high junior-high participants and also in the MND student-leaders. student-leaders. student-leaders. Joe Crachiolo of Loveland brings his eighth-grade eighth-grade eighth-grade history history students from Mother Teresa Teresa Catholic Elementary School in Liberty Township .year after year. "This program program allows my students to see first-hand first-hand first-hand how to debate issues, work together for a common good and problem-solve. problem-solve. problem-solve. I have found MND's hosting of the Model UN to be an extremely worthwhile experience for my students. I always hear positive feedback feedback from my students and it is something I look forward to every fall," he said. The topic for this year's MNDMUN is Global Food Security. Delegations are being being sent to Mount Notre Dame from seven local schools: Bethany School, John Paul II, Mother Teresa, St. Gabriel, St. Coluniban, Seven Hills and Sycamore Junior Junior High School. For schools that are not able to attend the conference in person, person, the entire event will be streamed live from 11 a.m. to

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer08 Oct 2011, SatPage 86

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)08 Oct 2011, SatPage 86
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