Central Catholic seniors receive awards

  • Georgia Bentzel and Ryan Parlin lately acquired awards for scores on the Americanism & Governing administration take a look at.
  • Mount Union will use its Select Ohio To start with grant resources for underrepresented pupils from Northeast Ohio wishing to go after majors and occupations in science, technological know-how, engineering, mathematics, medicine
  • Walsh University’s University of Arts, Sciences and Education been given a $65,000 grant from the Ohio Department of Training.

CANTON − Central Catholic Significant College seniors Georgia Bentzel and Ryan Parlin not long ago gained awards on behalf of the American Legion Massillon Publish 221 for scoring the optimum quality on the Americanism & Federal government test.

According to the American Legion, “the Americanism and Government Examination is acknowledged as a top youth program in the state of Ohio. The check is open to students in grades 10, 11, and 12. Pupils remedy a several-alternative exam and full an essay dilemma.”

Bentzel and Parlin earned the best scores for Article 221 in the District and County awards. There was a complete of 6 winners from Submit 221. As a end result of their test scores, their essays have been chosen to go onto the upcoming degree of the contest and will be sent to the 10th District Commander.

Central Catholic High Principal David Oates presented an award to Georgia Bentzel on behalf of the American Legion, Massillon Post 221 for scoring the highest grade on the Americanism & Government test.

Scholarships readily available

The Alzheimer’s Basis of America is offering scholarships of up to $5,000 to college or university-sure substantial school seniors influenced by Alzheimer’s illness or other dementia-similar ailments as portion of its once-a-year Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness Scholarship. Entries can be submitted at www.alzfdn.org/scholarship and must be been given by 5 p.m. March 1.