Presentation on theme: "2014 PCRTA Scholarship Winners. Colin Abell Theodore Roosevelt High School Intended major: Middle Childhood Education Kent State University."— Presentation transcript:
2014 PCRTA Scholarship Winners
Colin Abell Theodore Roosevelt High School Intended major: Middle Childhood Education Kent State University
Activities: Sports: La Crosse, Cross Country Clubs: Morning Bible Study Leadership: Career Tech Ambassador, Freshman Connection Mentorship, Expedition Academy Volunteer and Outside Activities: 5 year participant of Missions Apprenticeship Program
Colin Abell My professional goals are very important to me.”
Natasha Fletcher Field High School Intended Majors: Early Childhood and Middle Childhood Education with emphasis in Math Bowling Green State University
Natalie Fletcher Activities: Clubs: National Honor Society, Student Council, Teen Institute, and Drama Club Leadership: Valedictorian, Student Advisory Board for the School Levy Volunteer and Outside Activities: Mission Trips, Junior Achievement Instructor
Natasha Flesher “Ever since I was a little girl, I have wanted to be a teacher.”
Whitney Miller James A Garfield High School Intended Major: Middle Childhood Education with an emphasis in Math and Science Slippery Rock University
Whitney Miller Activities: Sports: Softball and Basketball Clubs: National Honor Society, Pep Club Leadership: Class President, Superintendent Student Advisory Group, Camp Fitch Advisor, Softball Captain Volunteer and Outside Activities: Youngstown Soup Kitchen, Hattie Larlham, Toys for Tots
Whitney Miller “She is always the go-to student,” Jennifer Mulhern, Principal
Maddie Oslejek Streetsboro Intended majors: Social Psychology and Theatre Performance Ohio Wesleyan University Wants to be a College Professor
Maddie Oslejek Activities: Clubs: Theater, Beta Club, National Honor Society, Student Council Sports: Tennis Leadership: Class President, Portage County Teen of the Month, Dean’s List at Kent State Volunteer and Outside Activities: High School Blood Drive, Various Community Volunteer Positions Post Secondary Education: Kent State University
Maddie Oslejek “If you want something done right, ask Maddie to do it,” Jim Boardwine, teacher.
Kristen Reihl Southeast High School Intended majors: French Language and Education University of Mount Union
Kristen Reihl Activities: Sports: Cheerleader Clubs: National Honor Society, Senior Class Treasurer, 11 th Grade Class Vice-President Leadership: Outstanding Math Student and Outstanding French Student Volunteer and Outside Activities: The Link Crew, elementary math tutor
Kristen Reihl “Education is a privilege. It should not be squandered.”
Ellen Shipley Roosevelt High School Intended major: Middle Childhood Education Ohio University
Ellen Shipley Activities: Sports: Field Hockey Clubs: National Honor Society, Teaching Professions Club Leadership: Freshman Mentor, Captain of Field Hockey Team Volunteer and Outside Activities: Field Hockey Girls’ Camp, Child Care Giver
Ellen Shipley “Ellen has the ability to think outside the box and generate creative ideas,” Jaclyn Consilio, teacher.
2014 PCRTA Scholarship Committee Members: Jan Fencl Darlene Fetterhoff Dave Gynn Jim Montaquila Lowell Myers Kay Wise
Our thanks to Edith Scott and the PCRTA Members who volunteered their time to support the Scholarship Program.