Pine-Richland student news for the week of Nov. 15, 2022

The following students graduated from Ohio University in summer 2022: Cayla Donahue with a bachelor of science in nursing; Stephanie Martin with a master of science in nursing; Nicholas Caretta with a bachelor of science in business administration; Ava Guarnieri with a master of science in education.

Zoe Schneider was named to the dean’s list at Ohio University for the summer 2022 semester.

James Flanagan will perform with Ithaca College in the African Drumming and Dance Ensemble with alumni during the “IC on Broadway: South Hill State of Mind” on Nov. 11. The show will feature vocalists, monologues, solo guitar and jazz band performances, as well as a music and dance composition collaboration.

Pine-Richland High School senior Breanna Franchak was named a 2022 Heisman High School Scholarship School Winner by The Heisman Trophy Trust. The Heisman High School Scholarship recognizes and rewards outstanding scholar-athletes who understand that the most important victories happen not just on the field, but in their schools and communities as well. School winners go on to compete at the state level, who then compete nationally.

PJ Dick-Trumbell-Lindy Paving Corporation and UPMC Passavant, in a partnership with The Challenge Program, gave $2,000 in awards to 10 A.W. Beattie students. The Challenge Program is a nonprofit organization that connects education and business by developing a skilled and motivated future workforce. The award recipients included two Pine-Richland seniors: Connor Berg, for attendance, and Mark Wolfe, for STEM.

Pine-Richland High School junior Alexis Nickl was named secretary of Skills USA.

Three Pine-Richland High School students were named A.W. Beattie Students of the Month for September/October: juniors Nathan Bateman and Logan Trembulak and senior Jeffrey Tourney.

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