2012-05-05 / Schools

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Lakewood senior Elizabeth Abbott recently signed to play soccer at Shawnee State University this fall. Pictured above, from left to right, are Shawnee State women’s soccer coach Rob Appell; Abbott; mother, Meg Abbott; father, Curt Abbott; and Lakewood High School head soccer coach Jim Dobos. Courtesy photo. Lakewood senior Elizabeth Abbott recently signed to play soccer at Shawnee State University this fall. Pictured above, from left to right, are Shawnee State women’s soccer coach Rob Appell; Abbott; mother, Meg Abbott; father, Curt Abbott; and Lakewood High School head soccer coach Jim Dobos. Courtesy photo.

About 120 students and parents turned out April 17 for Family Math Night at Millersport Elementary School. The evening started with a free spaghetti dinner followed by math activities in classrooms until 8 p.m. Courtesy photo. About 120 students and parents turned out April 17 for Family Math Night at Millersport Elementary School. The evening started with a free spaghetti dinner followed by math activities in classrooms until 8 p.m. Courtesy photo.

After winning honors for creativity and problem solving in local, state and regional tournaments, an 8th grade team from Millersport Jr. High is heading to Destination Imagination’s Global Finals -- the largest creative thinking and problem solving competition in the world -- May 23-26 in Knoxville, TN. They will compete in Project Outreach, one of seven difficult, open-ended challenges that require youth to apply science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), in addition to improvisation, theater arts, writing, project management, communication, innovation, teamwork and community service challenges. “We are extremely grateful to Angie Ulrich, who got us involved in Destination Imagination in the first place and to our school district and community for all their support,” said Team Manager Lori Dupler. Pictured above, left to right, are Nick Fry, Team Manager Lori Dupler, Paul Sherrer, Morgan Murphy, Ammon Keller, Olivia Osborn, and Genna Heileman. Courtesy photo. After winning honors for creativity and problem solving in local, state and regional tournaments, an 8th grade team from Millersport Jr. High is heading to Destination Imagination’s Global Finals -- the largest creative thinking and problem solving competition in the world -- May 23-26 in Knoxville, TN. They will compete in Project Outreach, one of seven difficult, open-ended challenges that require youth to apply science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), in addition to improvisation, theater arts, writing, project management, communication, innovation, teamwork and community service challenges. “We are extremely grateful to Angie Ulrich, who got us involved in Destination Imagination in the first place and to our school district and community for all their support,” said Team Manager Lori Dupler. Pictured above, left to right, are Nick Fry, Team Manager Lori Dupler, Paul Sherrer, Morgan Murphy, Ammon Keller, Olivia Osborn, and Genna Heileman. Courtesy photo.

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