BOARD RECOGNITIONS: 5-14-2015

RECOGNITIONS AT THE May 14, 2015 MEETING

 

 

William Fremd High School Journalism

William Fremd High School  211 Journalism

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William Fremd High School — Journalism Coach Grant Dawson has been invited along with students: Adam Bieda — 2nd place, Newspaper Design Jenna Chin — 2nd place, Editorial Writing Emma Davies-Hogg — 1st place, Broadcast News Emma Gattuso — 6th place, Info Graphics Matthew Nicholson — 1st place, Sports Writing Michael Wu — 5th place, Review Writing


 

William Fremd High School Math Team

William Fremd High School Math Team

William Fremd High School — Math Team Coach Christopher Grattoni has been invited along with student: Edward Li — 1st place, Algebra I Written


 

Schaumburg High School FCCLA

Schaumburg High School FCCLA

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Schaumburg High School
— Family Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Coach Linda Serafini has been invited along with students: Nicole Albright — 1st place, Semiformal/Formal Apparel Construction & Most Outstanding Monika Alcheikh — 1st place, Semiformal/Formal Apparel Construction Taquis Anderson — 1st place, Semiformal/Formal Apparel Construction Marissa Holmquist — 2nd place, Semiformal/Formal Apparel Construction Lisa Howaniec — 1st place, Tailored and Lined Apparel Construction Lisette Hurtado — 1st place, Casual Wear Apparel Construction Michael Kelly — 1st place, Casual Wear Apparel Construction Hajera Khan — 1st place, Casual Wear Apparel Construction & Most Outstanding Zhdanka Nykiel — 2nd place, Semiformal/Formal Apparel Construction Rhaldo Schimper — 1st place, Casual Wear Apparel Construction & Most Outstanding Rebecca Tidaback — 1st place, Semiformal/Formal Apparel Construction Susan Walser — 1st place, Casual Wear Apparel Construction


 

Palatine High School FCCLA

Palatine High School FCCLA

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Palatine High School
— Family Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Coach Kori Hibner has been invited along with students: Isabel Alanis — 1st place, Food Production – Relish Tray Glenda Arreola Sanchez — 2nd place, Food Production – Relish Tray Karlee Darow — 2nd place, Pastry Arts – Decorated Cookie Izabel Favela — 1st place, Children’s Literature Grace Hanson — 2nd place, Children’s Literature Erika Hernandez — 3rd place, Apparel Construction Molly Kunstbeck — 2nd place, Children’s Literature Arin Lieberman — 2nd place, Pastry Arts – Decorated Cookie Kendra Luksch — 1st place, Preschool Lesson Paola Malagon — 2nd place, Apparel Construction Rachel Maniscalco — 1st place, Children’s Literature Alison McNichols — 2nd place, Children’s Literature Diana Medina Hernandez — 2nd place, Children’s Literature Travis Parks — 2nd place, Children’s Literature Medaline Plesnicar — 1st place, Preschool Lesson Carlito Luiz Ramos — 2nd place, Food Production – Salad Skyler Russell — 1st place, Children’s Literature Amanda Tainter — 1st place, Children’s Literature


 

Marine Advanced Technology Education

Marine Advanced Technology Education

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MARINE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION A team of Hoffman Estates High School students recently won the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Midwest ROV Competition in Chicago. The competition is designed to be an event that challenges students to apply physics, mathematics, electronics, and engineering skills they are learning in the classroom to solving problems from the marine workplace. Team Coach and Applied Technology Teacher Wayne Oras has been invited to present the following team members to the Board of Education for recognition: Thomas Schaefer Miraj Shah Laura Turf Dillon Vadgama Grace Watkins


 

James B Conant High Schoo-FCCLA

James B Conant High Schoo-FCCLA

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James B. Conant High School — Family Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Coach Jacqueline Brown has been invited along with students: Lauren Delgado — 1st place, Clothing Construction – Casual Wear Lucy Elkin — 1st place, Clothing Construction – Casual Wear Julianna Garcia — 1st place, Clothing Construction – Casual Wear Erin McLaughlin — 1st place, Clothing Construction – Casual Wear Alexia Serediuk — 2nd place, Clothing Construction – Casual Wear Emily Weingart — 2nd place, Clothing Construction – Semiformal Wear


 

Julia Cai and Sydney Hill, William Fremd High School

Julia Cai and Sydney Hill, William Fremd High School

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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENT IN WRITING AWARD
– Students who have earned awards in a national writing contest sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English have been invited to receive recognition from the Board of Education. These students’ Achievement Awards in Writing are the most prestigious national recognition in writing for high school students. The students’ English teachers have been invited to assist with the recognition. William Fremd High School English Teacher Christina O’Donnell has been invited along with student: Julie Cai English Teacher Sarah Braverman has been invited along with student: Sydney Hill


 

Hoffman Estates High School FCCLA

Hoffman Estates High School FCCLA

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Hoffman Estates High School
— Family Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Coaches Laura Book, Suzanne Citron, and Jessica Ecker have been invited along with students: Claudia Bravo — 1st place, Clothing Construction – Lined Garment Kylie Horvath — 1st place, Food Production – Relish Tray Victoria Mota-Perez — 1st place, Clothing Construction – Casual Wear Ashley Musial — 2nd place, Clothing Construction – Tailored Garment Yulissa Ramirez — 1st place, Food Production – Relish Tray Kinga Rzezinowska — 2nd place, Clothing Construction – Semiformal
GOLDEN APPLE SCHOLARS 2015

GOLDEN APPLE SCHOLARS 2015

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GOLDEN APPLE SCHOLARS
Seven High School District 211 students have been invited to receive Board of Education recognition this evening for being named 2015 Golden Apple Scholars by the Golden Apple Foundation. Each year, thousands of Illinois high school students who are interested in entering the teaching profession are nominated for this prestigious distinction, of which just 200 were selected in an intense and competitive process. In return for the extensive professional, personal, and financial support they receive, Golden Apple Scholars must attend an Illinois college or university that participates in the program and agree to teach for five years in an Illinois school of need upon graduation. These students represent the “best and brightest young men and women in Illinois.” Peter Alberto, Schaumburg High School Emily Baldwin, Schaumburg High School Samantha Buresch, James B. Conant High School Eric Cisneros, Palatine High School Katrina Miley, James B. Conant High School Anthony Solano, James B. Conant High School Samantha Sylverne, Schaumburg High School

 

 

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