Michael Newell-Dimoff's work will be published in the 2019 edition of Flip the Page, Central Ohio’s Teen Literary Journal. The student is in Mrs. Arnold's English class
There were over 350 high-quality submissions from young Central Ohio writers, ages 13 to 19. Submissions were reviewed by a committee of teen writers and the editorial staff. Choosing the very best pieces was a challenging task, and competition was fierce.
Authors will be present at the Flip the Page readings the Columbus Arts Festival! Authors have the opportunity to read on Saturday, June 8th from 12:00 – 1:30 pm and Sunday, June 9th from 1:00 – 2:00 pm. They will perform on the “Word Is Art” Stage.
Sophomore Dominic Panzo joined thousands of students and educators from around the country to compete, showcase their business skills, and develop their leadership portfolio at the 2019 Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in sunny Anaheim, CA.
Panzo competed in the Fundamentals of Spreadsheet Application; creating, formatting formulas etc. The conference prepares students for careers in business and information technology by giving students practical experience through application of the skills learned in their academic programs. Panzo is one of five students in the state to qualify for the National Leadership Conference Fundamentals of Spreadsheet competition.
Congressional Arts Contest awards ceremony held last night at the Columbus Museum of Art. Congressman Troy Balderson from Ohio's 12th District (at the microphone) announced Declan (in the blue tie) as the third place winner in the Congressional Arts Contest.
It was quite an honor for him as they had received hundreds of submissions of artwork from 20+ schools. Incidentally, his winning piece was the one that he was recognized nationally for earlier this year.
He has also been inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.
K-12 Summer Opportunities
Join us for the K-12 Summer Opportunities & Engagement Fair on Saturday, March 2nd, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Main Branch, 96 South Grant Avenue. Registration begins at 10:45 a.m.
We will offer tips, tools, and strategies about how to best keep your student supported and engaged over the summer months. And, there will be free give-aways—everything from t-shirts and fun baskets, to discounted and free summer camps.
Free admission, childcare, and parking at the Library.
Register for the event on our website, www.ccsoh.us. For more information, call the Office of Teaching & Learning at 380-997-0452.