The 28th Annual Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Awards Program
On Wednesday, April 12, 2017 the Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA) recognized 83 of Ohio's “Best and Brightest” top senior from each county across the state during the 28th Annual Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Awards Program. The North Point Educational Service Center award recipients honored were Jacob Grant from Edison High School representing Erie County, Kelsey Gillmor from Willard High School representing Huron County, and Nicholas Bossetti from Danbury High School representing Ottawa County, and Kelsey Johnson from Lakota High School representing Sandusky County.
The recognition was established in 1989 by Ohio’s educational service centers as a way to celebrate outstanding scholarship and applaud the achievements of one senior from each county in the state. Named after a former state superintendent, the program is the only event which brings together the top graduating seniors from across Ohio to recognize their achievements.
Jacob Grant, the son of Don and Jennifer Grant, plans on attending the United States Air Force Academy to study Aerospace Engineering. Kelsey Gillmor, the daughter of Ryan and Amy Gillmor, will attend the University of Toledo to study Speech-Language Pathology. Nicholas Bossetti, the son of Mike and Kim Bossetti, will attend the Ohio State University to study Business/Finance. Kelsey Johnson, the daughter of Steven and Kimberly Johnson, will attend the University of Toledo to study Pre-Med. These four recipients received a plaque acknowledging their accomplishments and a Franklin B. Walter Scholar medallion to be worn at graduation. In addition, each of them received a $500 book scholarship from North Point Educational Service Center.
Approximately 375 students, parents and educators attended the event which was part of the OESCA (Ohio Educational Service Center Association) Spring Conference. Among the attendees was Paolo DeMaria, State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Monday – Thursday, June 5- June 29, 2017 · 9:00am - 11:30am · Rain or Shine
Kick start the summer with a four-week camp packed with fun for special needs kids and siblings in grades K-graduation.
• Each week will highlight a different sport or activity.
• Campers will receive instruction by an adaptive physical education teacher in the
fundamentals of each sport along support with Sports Force Parks employees.
• In addition to the skills instruction, a speech language pathologist and an occupational therapist will provide support and
activities related to the sport for the week.
• Every part of the camp is supervised and programmed to ensure camper safety and inclusion.
• Campers will receive an Under Armour T-shirt and Hat through Sports Force Parks.
Week 1- Recreational Activities
Introduction to camp, basic movements of recreation activities: Ball Play, Frisbee, Corn hole, Tee-ball, Obstacle Course, etc.
Week 2- Soccer
Introduction to foot skills, ball handling, team coordination, general terminology and vocabulary
Week 3- Kickball
Coordination, understanding sequences, rotation, rules and gross motor development.
Week 4- Softball
Eye-hand coordination, turn-taking, basic rules and terminology, team comradery.
Last day of camp- June 29th. Come out and see what the campers have done all month. We will highlight each sport and finish with a graduation ceremony complete with Under Amour hat, certificate and refreshments.
Cost: $150.00 per participant and $75 for additional child in same household. The Registration and Waiver form can be found here. To pay go to PaySchools.
To print out Sports Force Parks at CPSC Tournament Waiver Agreement click here.
Questions? Please contact:
Karen Ruf - NPESC Director of Multiple Disabilities and Related Services
Office: 419-627-3987 · Cell: 419-656-8689 · firstname.lastname@example.org · Info at: www.npesc.org
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