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5788fbb0a7017 FBW Winner: (Standing L-R) Ottawa County Judge Kathleen Giesler; Taylor Beard from Oak Harbor High School; Andrea Smith, Assistant Superintendent—North Point ESC
EJJ Winners: (Standing L-R) Andrea Smith, Assistant Superintendent of North Point ESC; Lauren Shaw, Port Clinton High School; Brooke Bryant, Genoa High School; Sarah Redett, Danbury High School; Rachel Rayburn, Oak Harbor High School; Hunter Stevenson, Woodmore High School; Tatyana Kowalski; Put-in-Bay School; Carole Kuns, Pesident—NPESC Governing Board; Ottawa County Judge Kathleen Giesler.
FBW Winner: (Standing L-R) Ottawa County Judge Kathleen Giesler; Taylor Beard from Oak Harbor High School; Andrea Smith, Assistant Superintendent—North Point ESC

Annual Ottawa County Top Ten Banquet

27th Annual Ottawa County Top Ten Banquet

Approximately three hundred and forty-five students, family members, teachers, administrators, honored guests, and student volunteers were in attendance for the Twenty-seventh Annual Ottawa County Top Ten Banquet on April 18, 2018. 

The event was sponsored by the Ottawa County Cabinet of Superintendents and North Point Educational Service Center and held at the Camp Perry Clubhouse in Port Clinton.

This banquet honors the top ten academic students from each school within Ottawa County, and they, in turn, select and honor an educator who made a positive impact in their life. 
The following top ten students were recognized (along with their honored educator), here is the list.

Six  $750 Earl J. Johnson Scholarship Awards were presented to the following students: Tatyana Kowalski (Put-in-Bay), Rachel Rayburn (Oak Harbor), Sarah Redett (Danbury), Brooke Bryant (Genoa), Lauren Shaw (Port Clinton ), and Hunter Stevenson (Woodmore).

Taylor Beard (Oak Harbor) was recognized as being the recipient of the Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award for Ottawa County. The award, named for the former State Superintendent of Schools, is presented to the outstanding senior in each county throughout the state. The Ottawa County Cabinet of Superintendents ($250) and North Point Educational Service Center ($500) each attached a Book Scholarship to the Award. 

The entire program is made possible via the support of the Ottawa County Cabinet of Superintendents and the many donations from area businesses, individuals, and organi-zations.  Many thanks to everyone who contributed in recognizing these honored students and educators.

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