Ursuline schedules seventh-grade event

Ursuline schedules seventh-grade event


Ursuline High School will host Seventh Grade Night from 6:30 to 9:15 p.m. Jan. 26 at the school.

The evening will feature food, volleyball, jewelry making, a basketball tournament, ping pong, Jeopardy Quiz tournament, corn-hole tournament and Wii tournaments as well as “Dance Dance Revolution.” Ursuline teachers and staff will chaperone the seventh-graders assisted by the Ursuline Student Ambassador Team.

The event is free to seventh-graders. Prizes will include gift cards. All participants will receive an official Ursuline Class of 2018 T-shirt.

To register, call the school at 330-744-4563, ext. 100, or email uhsweb@ursuline.com.

Ohio Lottery honors Canfield student


Sabrina Mangapora, a Canfield High School senior, was honored by the Ohio Lottery as an Academic All Star for December.

Mangapora is described as an exceptional student who is mature and excels in academics and numerous extra-curricular activities.

She is president of the National Honor Society and is a member of the student newspaper. She is a leader, athlete and scholar. She has earned multiple all-conference honors in basketball and also is a varsity volleyball athlete.

For being recognized as an Academic All Star, Mangapora will receive an assortment of Partners in Education merchandise from the Ohio Lottery along with a gift certificate.

The Ohio Lottery will continue to recognize Academic All Stars and Teachers of the Month throughout the school year.

Scholarship offered


The Youngstown State University Retirees Association, an organization of retired YSU faculty and staff, raised funds last year to establish a scholarship endowment.

An endowment has been established through the YSU Foundation, allowing the scholarship to be awarded annually in perpetuity, based on income generated from that endowment.

The award amount for this first-time, unrestricted scholarship is $500.

Eligibility requirements for students wishing to apply for the scholarship are minimum overall grade-point average of 2.7 for YSU undergraduate and 3.0 for YSU graduate degree applicants, junior or senior student with a declared major or graduate student pursuing a degree. Extracurricular activities, accomplishments and work experience also may be considered.

Three letters of recommendation, an unofficial transcript and an essay of about 500 words titled “My YSU Experience” must be submitted.

The scholarship application may be found on the YSU Financial Aid website at www.ysu.edu. The deadline for applications is Feb. 15.

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