Museum to present banners to Parma, Glenville & Olmsted Falls schools
May 20, 2011 - It takes a village to raise a student scholarship winner! The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will present a banner recognizing the achievement of faculty, students and the school community of the three scholarship-winning students in the 2011 “Stop the Hate: Youth Speak Out!” essay contest. “Most students who enter the contest hear about it at school. The banner is a way to remind the entire school community of their role in supporting student achievement and to encourage future winners” said contest organizer Lynda A. Bender, Director of Education & Programming at the Maltz Museum.
WHO: Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage; Normandy, Glenville, and Olmsted Falls high schools
WHAT: “Stop The Hate” essay contest student assemblies/banner presentations
WHERE & WHEN:
Normandy High School – Tuesday, May 24 – 7pm
25000 W. Pleasant Valley Rd., Parma
$50,000 Grand Scholarship Prize Winner Alexander Stojsavljevic
Glenville High School – Friday, May 27 – 10am
650 E. 113th St., Cleveland
1st Runner Up Cedric Thorbes ($25,000 Scholarship)
Olmsted Falls High School – Tuesday, May 31 – 8:45am
26939 Bagley Rd., Olmsted Falls
2nd Runner Up Hayleigh Sanders ($15,000 Scholarship)
The “Stop The Hate” essay contest is open to public, private and home schooled students in Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage and Summit Counties. Juniors and seniors complete for three, four-year scholarships (one each $50,000, $25,000 and $15,000) to an Ohio college or university; they and younger students compete for cash prizes, class visits to the Museum and resource materials for their schools.
TEACHERS! EDUCATORS! PARENTS! STUDENTS! Interested in finding out more about “Stop The Hate: Youth Speak Out!”? Visit MMJH.org and click on the “Stop The Hate” logo – there you can read more about the contest and sign up to receive updates.