GLENDALE - Six people and one organization will be honored for their commitment and dedication to the Princeton Schools during a recognition program that will begin at 6 p.m. Monday at Princeton High School, 11080 Chester Road.
The winners of the 2004 Princeton Recognizes Outstanding Service Awards are Don Darby, retiring superintendent; Rose Butler, PTO president, Heritage Hill Elementary School; the Springdale Rotary Club; Gail McLean, school psychologist, Lincoln Heights Elementary School; Scott Kaufman, athletic director; and Heidi Messbarger, Princeton High School.
The late Virgil Lovitt, former mayor of Sharonville and a longtime Princeton supporter, will be honored posthumously.
Seven Hills School lets 3 teachers travel
MADISONVILLE - Three teachers in the Seven Hills School received grants for trips abroad.
Physical education teacher and athletic coordinator Marty Gerhardt will attend the summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. Spanish teacher Jacquie Jones will go to Tanzania, Africa, this week. Cynthia Meraz, also a Spanish teacher, will go to Spain.
Gifted Mason students to wash cars for funds
MASON - The Mason High School Fine Representation of Gifted Students - FROGS - group will wash cars to raise money.
The car wash will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 18 at Mason Intermediate School, 715 S. Mason-Montgomery Road, and at Mason Middle School, 770 S. Mason-Montgomery Road.
The event will occur rain or shine, and donations will be accepted.
Milford English teacher wins honor
MILFORD - A Milford High School English teacher has been named the 2004 Teacher of the Year by Hixson Architecture/Engineering/Interiors.
Student Ashley Mueller nominated Nancy House for the $5,000 award. The company has accepted nominations from its employees for 14 years to honor teachers.
House has been teaching at the high school since 1993 and is the adviser of the yearbook. She is also the senior class adviser and chairwoman of the English Department.
Dulles Elementary cited for excellence
GREEN TWP. - J.F. Dulles Elementary School has been selected by the national PTA as a School of Excellence for Parent and Family Involvement Programs. The recognition is based on the six national standards developed by the National Coalition of Parent Involvement and the National PTA Council.
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