St. Clairsville cheerleaders will be holding their annual cheering clinic from
Tuesday, May 28th through Thursday, May 30th from 1:00 to
3:30 in the St. Clairsville High School gym. Registration will begin at 12:30
on Tuesday, May 28th in the high school cafetorium, or you may
pre-register by picking up a registration form in the St. Clairsville High
School, Middle School or Elementary School offices. Pre-registering is strongly
encouraged. Students entering pre-K
through 8th grade for next school year are eligible to attend, and
the clinic is open to all school districts.
may mail the form along with a check made out to St. Clairsville Schools to: Shawn
Tomlan, 5 Kilsyth Court, St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950.
The cost of the clinic is $40.00 per child, and the price includes a t-shirt and a medal. Family discounts are available.
cheerleaders will be selling St. C cheering items such as shorts, shirts and
hair bows throughout the clinic. To
receive your items at the clinic, you must pre-order by May 17th.
will be a performance on Friday, May 31st at 1:00 in the high school
gym. The performance is open to the
public. If you have any questions,
please contact Coach Shawn Tomlan at (740) 359-8145.
Columbus, Ohio – On Thursday, April 11, 2019, the Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA) recognized 84 of Ohio’s top students from across the state during the 30th Annual Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Awards Program, held at the Hilton Polaris-Columbus. The event was
sponsored, in part, by North Point ESC and Liberty Mutual Insurance.
The awards program, named in honor of Ohio’s 31st State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Franklin B. Walter, was established in 1989 by OESCA to
promote and recognize outstanding student leaders for their academic
achievement and service to their schools and communities. One senior from each
county in Ohio was eligible to receive this annual honor.
Eligible applicants must be a high school senior enrolled in a public school within an ESC’s service region. Recipients were required to demonstrate outstanding academic achievement as indicated by high school grades, college entrance exam scores, and school activities and awards.
Approximately 400 students, parents and educators attended the event. Among this year’s attendee, Governor Mike DeWine delivered the keynote address and the Honorable Andrew Brenner, Ohio Senate, District 19 delivered the invocation.