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How we pick the graduates - Our Lady of Sorrows Parish and
The Detroit News |
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009 | Page 11A
Against All Odds
Against All Odds
Against All Odds
Against All Odds
Athletics
Athletics
Alexandru Chivescu
Michael Dehring
Alexandra Grodin
Jacob King
Christian Birky
Kristen Jeanne Smith
Stoney Creek High
School, Rochester Hills
Cardinal Mooney Catholic
High School, Marine City
West Bloomfield High
School, West Bloomfield
Eisenhower High School,
Shelby Township
Saugatuck High School,
Saugatuck
Clarkston High School,
Clarkston
Health
Health
Journalism
Raymond Jackson
Alexa Shepherd
Sarah Bowman
Ottawa Hills High
School, Grand Rapids
Stoney Creek High
School, Rochester Hills
Stoney Creek High
School, Rochester Hills
Journalism
Language Arts
Language Arts
Alyssa Selasky
Kristyn Acho
Kathleen Conley
Mercy High School,
Farmington Hills
Andover High School,
Bloomfield Hills
Center Line High School,
Center Line
The
Best &
CLASS
OF
2009
Brightest
The News honors Michigan high school
seniors who took academic, athletic and
community achievement to elite levels
Read more about these students on Pages 12-14A
Mathematics
Mathematics
Performing Arts
Performing Arts
Science
Science
Willa Chen
Jamie Ding
Albert Kao
Jarred Small
Tonia Gooden
Connie Shi
Canton High School,
Canton
Grosse Pointe North H.S.,
Grosse Pointe Woods
Troy High School,
Troy
Fraser High School,
Fraser
Algonac High School,
Algonac
Okemos High School,
Okemos
Visual Arts
Visual Arts
Vocational-Technical
Vocational-Technical
World Studies
World Studies
Jack Douglas
Anna Gustafson
Danielle Haydell
Brittany Lalley
Michael W. Dompierre
Yang Sheng
Herbert Henry Dow High
School, Midland
Detroit Country Day
School, Beverly Hills
Central Lake High
School, Central Lake
St. Joseph High School,
St. Joseph
Detroit Catholic Central
High School, Novi
Walled Lake Central H.S.,
Walled Lake
How we pick the graduates
T
he Detroit News and CATCH, Sparky
Anderson’s Charity for Children, today
honor some of Michigan’s top graduating
high school students. Their achievements are a
success story about American youth that often
is obscured by other kinds of headlines.
The top seniors were chosen from a field of
outstanding nominees. Public and private high
schools in Michigan were invited to nominate
students in each of 11 categories. Students were
selected on the basis of grades, test scores,
honors, community involvement and a demonstrated ability in one of the academic areas. In
a special category called “Against All Odds,”
students were recognized for succeeding despite a physical hardship or special, personal
or family challenges.
Final selections were made by panels of
judges that included teachers, counselors
and other academic specialists. The judges
told us of their admiration for the many
nominees and the difficulty in narrowing
their choices.
Our thanks go to all of the principals, counselors and teachers who took time to nominate
these students. Thanks also go to the judges
who spent many hours selecting the finalists.
This is the 24th class of outstanding high
school graduates honored by The News. We
salute their special achievements and extend
congratulations to all of Michigan’s graduating
seniors in the class of 2009.
Sincerely,
Jonathan Wolman
Editor and Publisher
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Against All Odds
Against All Odds
Against All Odds
Against All Odds
Athletics
Athletics
Alexandru Chivescu
Michael Dehring
Jacob King
Christian Birky
Stoney Creek High School,
Rochester Hills
Cardinal Mooney Catholic High
School, Marine City
Alexandra Grodin
Eisenhower High School,
Shelby Township
Saugatuck High School,
Saugatuck
Kristen Jeanne
Smith
Grade-point average: 3.9
Parents: James and Mary Suzanne
Bante
College: Harvard University
Major: Economics
Career plans: Law or finance
Most influential teachers: Colette
Judge and Paul Caslon
Achievements
National Merit Scholar finalist
AP Scholar with distinction
Stoney Creek High School Merit
Award
Newspaper correspondent for The
Source & Hometown Life Youth
Voices
Hispanic Outreach volunteer
National Honor Society member
Michigan Interscholastic Press
Association, second place
Creating Independence and Outcomes Foster Youth participant
Business Professionals of America,
first place Parliamentary Procedure
Team
PTSA reflections video contest
winner
Barack Obama campaign volunteer
and high school coordinator
Health
Raymond Jackson
Ottawa Hills High School,
Grand Rapids
Grade-point average: 3.79
Parents: Tammy Sallie and Raymond
Jackson Sr.
College: University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Major: Pre-pharmacy
Career plans: Engineering and
pharmaceutical science
Achievements
Academic Hall of Fame/National
Honor Society/ dean’s list
Rotary Leadership Conference
representative
Peer Listener certification
Executive board, Ignite mentoring
program
Automotive technology performance certification
Varsity letter
Cross country MVP
Roosevelt Lee Outstanding Distance Runner Award
Captain of wrestling team
Michigan Promise Scholarship
recipient
Volunteer for 2008 presidential
campaign
Volunteer for Kids Food Basket
Volunteer for food bank
Teens Against Tobacco Use
Grade-point average: 3.5
Parents: Margaret and Philip Dehring
College: Michigan Tech University
Major: Computer science
Career plans: Video game designer
Achievements
Beating cancer (cancer survivor
for 3 years)
Going to school full-time with
cancer
National Honor Society member
Varsity bowling
Volunteer for Special Olympics
Class secretary and student council
Drama club
Ecology club
Lead role in school play
All-Academic Award for bowling (2
years)
Health
Alexa Shepherd
Stoney Creek High School,
Rochester Hills
Grade–point average: 4.0
Parents: Stuart and Michelle Shepherd
College: University of Michigan
Major: Biology/pre-med
Career plans: Medicine- , healthrelated
Most influential teachers: Todd
Vince, Tony Lafferty, Liz Tigue
Achievements
Valedictorian
WXYZ’s “Brightest & Best”
SCHS Life Science Department
Award
SCHS Award of Excellence
Key Club, president (2 years),
treasurer (1 year)
Award for community service
Oakland County Board of Commissioners commendation
Rochester Kiwanis Club Scholarship for community service
Michigan Interscholastic Golf
Coaches Association’s 2008 Academic All-State Team
Oakland Activities Association
Scholar Athlete — varsity golf
National Honor Society
University of Michigan Regents
Scholarship
West Bloomfield High School,
West Bloomfield
Grade-point average: 4.0
Parents: Marcy and Alan Grodin
College: University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Major: Math and computers
Career plans: Possibly engineering
Grade-point average: 3.67
Parents: Col. and Mrs. Dion J. King
College: Kettering University
Major: Electrical engineering
Career plans: Engineering with the
military
Most influential teachers: Elizabeth
DeWulf, Gloria Bawol, Edward Monk
and Mme. Bouchet
Achievements
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Clarkston High School, Clarkston
Grade–point average: 4.16
Parents: Curtis and Jean Birky
College: Princeton University
Major: International affairs and
government
Career plans: Undecided
Most influential teacher/coach:
Mike Shaw
Grade-point average: 3.84
Parents: Douglas and Linda Smith
College: Michigan State University
Major: Lyman Briggs pre-med
Career plans: Pediatrician
Most influential teachers: Amy
Hohlbein and Mike Greve
Achievements
Individual cross country, All-State
(2006-08)
Individual All-American 5,000meter Nike Outdoor Track Nationals
(2008)
Individual All-County, All-League,
All-Region cross country
Ohio Midwest meet of champions,
first place, course record holder,
cross country (2008)
State track and field team runnerUp (2006)
Individual track, All-State (2007-08)
Individual All-County, All-League,
All-Region track
Cross country team captain
Cross country MVP (2006-08)
National Honor Society
Clarkston S.C.A.M.P. counselor
Achievements
National Honor Society
Tutoring deaf children in math
Basketball (4 years), softball (3
years)
MVP junior varsity softball
Varsity Basketball Scholar Award
and letter
President’s Education Award
Kenneth Terry Binder Hebrew Book
Award
Youth Recognition Award
Michigan Promise Scholarship
French II, Outstanding Achievement
Award (2007)
Algebra I, Outstanding Achievement
Award (2007)
Eagle scholar (2009)
National Critics Award (Cappie)
(2006)
International honors thespian
(2009)
Drama Club (2005-2009)
Show choir
Relay for Life
MSVMA State Choral Festival,
Excellent (2009)
MSVMA State Solo & Ensemble
Festival, Superior (2009)
Rugby
Orchestra (2005-08)
5-time All-State, track and cross
country
3rd team All-Midwest
Academic All-State in track and
cross country
Saugatuck Dunes Coastal Alliance,
board of directors and founding
member
President, Teens Aiding Growth
Advisory Council
Michigan Community Foundations
Youth Project member
2-time Holland Sentinel Runner of
the Year
3-time conference, 5-time regional
and 2-time county champion
Superstar Senior Award, Grand
Rapids Press
DAR Good Citizen Award
Journalism
Journalism
Language Arts
Language Arts
Sarah Bowman
Alyssa Selasky
Kristyn Acho
Kathleen Conley
Stoney Creek High School,
Rochester Hills
Mercy High School,
Farmington Hills
Andover High School,
Bloomfield Hills
Center Line High School,
Center Line
Grade–point average: 3.75
Parents: Melissa Zarza
College: University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Major: English
Career plans: Law or publishing
Grade-point average: 3.9
Parents: Christina and Sabah Acho
College: University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Major: English / French minor
Career plans: Print journalism
Most influential teacher: Art Heymoss
Achievements
Grade–point average: 4.0
Parents: Gayle Martin
College: Northwestern University
Major: Journalism
Career plans: Journalism
Achievements
Editor-in-chief of school’s monthly
paper (2 years)
Michigan Interscholastic Press
Association, All-MIPA/student journalist staff
Michigan Interscholastic Press
Association, four 1st place awards
Michigan Interscholastic Press
Association, Individual Spartan
Award
National Scholastic Press Association, Best Writing Award
Valedictorian
Varsity soccer (4 years), captain (3
years)
Varsity cross country (2 years)
Varsity basketball (1 year)
National Honor Society (3 years)
Key Club (4 years), officer (2 years)
All-Academic athlete (4 years)
Comcast Leaders and Achievers
Scholarship recipient
Rochester Youth Soccer League
Community Scholarship recipient
Achievements
Editor-in-chief of Mercy High
School’s Newsprint
National Council of Teachers of
English National Award
Michigan Youth Fine Arts Poetry
Competition Award
MIPA feature column, second place
Stage manager of Mercy Productions
Leader of Justice and Peace Club
Detroit Free Press Award of Excellence in Opinion Writing
Detroit Free Press Award of Excellence in Feature Writing
Anthology of Eleventh Grade Poetry Award
4 MIPA Awards of Merit for Newspaper Design
Creative Communication Poetry
Award
National Honor Society
International Thespian Society
Junior Classical League
Achievements
Editor-in-chief, Andover Hillcrest
Yearbook (2008-09)
Newspaper columnist, Andover
Shield Newspaper (2008-09)
Forensics team informative speaking, state champion, third place
(2006, 2008)
Forensics team informative speaking, state champion, first place
(2007)
Forensics Outstanding Achievement Award (2005-2006)
High Achievement in French Award
(2005-06)
National Honor Society (2009)
Advanced Placement scholar
(2008)
ADC Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship recipient (2009)
Volunteer for Chaldean Federation
(summer 2007)
Grade-point average: 4.41
Parents: Stephen and Vivian Conley
College: Michigan State University
Major: Professional writing
Career plans: Editing or publishing
Achievements
Valedictorian
WXYZ Brightest and Best
Macomb Daily Student of the Week
MSU Honors College acceptance
2009 graduate of Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center
Lewis W. Kaminga Alumni Scholar
Award (MSU)
Community volunteer
Michigan Math League participant
THE BEST & BRIGHTEST
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Performing Arts
Performing Arts
Albert Kao
Jarred Small
Tonia Gooden
Connie Shi
Fraser High School, Fraser
Algonac High School, Algonac
Okemos High School, Okemos
Grade-point average: 4.0
Parents: David and Karen Small
College: Western Michigan University
Major: Instrumental music education
Career plans: Music education
Achievements
Achievements
National Merit finalist
Playing at Carnegie Hall
with the Troy High School
Symphony Orchestra
Concert master of the
Troy High School Freshman Orchestra
A leader of the Troy
High County Fiddlers
Varsity award for cross country
Black belt in tang soo do
35 ACT score
National Federation Festivals (violin) Superior Rating, 9
consecutive years
Senior High Division in the Vivace Achievement Competition (piano), 2nd Place
National Honor Society
Valedictorian
Detroit Symphony
Orchestra, Civic
Philharmonic Orchestra
All-State Band
Interlochen AllState Orchestra and
All-State Band
WMU Dean’s
Scholarship
National Youth
Choir, Carnegie Hall
Marching band
section leader
National Honor Society
Commissioner of FHS Link Crew Program
Lead roles in “Frankenstein,” “The Music Man,” “A
Christmas Carol” and “Seussical the Musical”
Michigan Youth Arts Festival
Mathematics
Mathematics
Willa Chen
Jamie Ding
Canton High School,
Canton
Grosse Pointe North High School,
Grosse Pointe Woods
Grade-point average: 4.3
Parents: Kevin and Ling Chen
College: Princeton University
Major: Applied mathematics, computers
Career plans: Undecided
Achievements
National Center for Women and
Information Technology Award
Madame Curie Award (Society of
Women Engineers)
Michigan Math Prize Competition,
gold medalist
Women and Mathematics Award
USA Mathematical Talent Search,
gold medalist
Michigan Math League, first place
Qualified for USA Math Olympiad
USA Biology Olympiad semifinalist
Harvard Book Award
River of Words International Poetry
and Art Contest, poetry finalist
National AP scholar
National Merit scholar
Presidential Scholar Program
semifinalist
Grade-point average: 4.46
Parents: Yuchuan Ding and Ning Yan
College: Princeton University
Major: Molecular biology
Career plans: Neuroscience research
Most influential teacher: Alan
Silverston
Achievements
First author in international journals: Brain Research, Neuroscience
Letters
Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition, Bronze Award
Michigan All-Star American Regions Mathematics League team
member
University of Michigan, Flint — Math
Field Day Chalk Talk winner
Michigan All-State Quiz Bowl Team
member
National Merit finalist
National AP scholar
National Federation of Music Clubs
Superior Award
MATHCOUNTS state champion,
fifth place national team
Runners-up
Language Arts
Jordan Butler
Mattawan High School,
Mattawan
Emily Corwin
Detroit Country Day
School, Beverly Hills
Lindsey Grudnicki
Winston Churchill High
School, Livonia
Daniel Moises Lyons
Berkley High School,
Berkley
Mathematics
Matthew Charnley
Winston Churchill High
School, Livonia
Christopher Clement
Grosse Pointe South
High School,
Grosse Pointe Farms
Matthew Ippel
University of Detroit
Jesuit High School,
Detroit
Geon Woo Kim
Troy High School, Troy
Performing Arts
Nicola Canzano
Detroit Country Day
School, Beverly Hills
Ryan Dougherty
Novi High School, Novi
Lauren Jacob
Grosse Pointe South
High School,
Grosse Pointe Farms
Gregory Allen Prusiewicz
Divine Child High School,
Dearborn
Science
Amelia Atkinson
Portage Central High
School, Portage
Mason Day
Imlay City High School,
Imlay
Jamie Ding
Grosse Pointe North
High School,
Grosse Pointe Woods
Elizabeth Grobbel
Seaholm High School,
Birmingham
Visual Arts
Ryan Burdick
Ypsilanti High School,
Ypsilanti
Kellyn Carpenter
Clarkston High School,
Clarkston
Kendall Effinger
Grosse Pointe South
High School,
Grosse Pointe Farms
Liza Poupon
Stoney Creek High
School, Rochester Hills
Vocational-Technical
Jaime Domina
H. H. Dow High School,
Midland
Alex Gortat
Livonia Franklin High
School, Livonia
Natasha McCastle
Martin Luther King Jr.
Senior High School,
Detroit
Brooke Wendel
Blissfield High School,
Blissfield
World Studies
Claire-Marie Brisson
Divine Child High School,
Dearborn
Marion Jawara
Central High School,
Grand Rapids
John Padalis
University of Detroit
Jesuit High School,
Detroit
Matthew Simoes
Grosse Pointe North
High School,
Grosse Pointe Woods
Grade–point average: 4.0
Parents: Craig and Elaine Gooden
College: Dartmouth
College or University of
Michigan
Major: Biophysical
chemistry for pre-med
Career plans: Doctor
of gastroenterology
Most influential
teachers: Terry Parks
and Mark Simms
Achievements
Valedictorian
Best of Show at St.
Clair County Science and Engineering Fair, 2-time
winner
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair,
2-time finalist
Yale University Science Award
Outstanding Student of America
AP scholar with Honor Award
All-American scholar
United States Achievement Award
St. Clair County Youth Advisory Council, president
Varsity Tennis, No. 1 singles, captain and MVP
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Science
Science
Troy High School, Troy
Grade–point average:
3.92
Parents: Chi-Kuan and
Sing-Fang Kao
College: University of
Michigan
Major: Engineering
Career plans: Undecided
Against All Odds
Fatima Bazzi
Universal Academy,
Detroit
Brenda Gomez
Central High School, Bay
City
Nicole Gray
Port Huron High School,
Port Huron
Jessica Henderson
Mattawan High School,
Mattawan
Brooke Selik
Andover High School,
Bloomfield Hills
Jeremy Sharrard
Bay City Western High
School, Auburn
Tiffani Ann Sperry
Harrison High School,
Harrison
Amanda Wright
Saginaw Arts & Sciences
Academy, Saginaw
Athletics
Nick Brazeau
Mattawan High School,
Mattawan
Tyler Danna
Chippewa Valley High
School, Clinton Township
Victoria Manix
Lahser High School,
Bloomfield Hills
Brittany Taylor
Livonia Franklin High
School, Livonia
Health
Luca Capicchioni
Seaholm High School,
Birmingham
Radomir Dimorski
Lewis Cass Technical
High School, Detroit
Ethan Esper
Eisenhower High School,
Shelby Township
Will Ferrara
Grosse Pointe South High
School,
Grosse Pointe Farms
Journalism
Sana Ashraf
Henry Ford II High
School, Sterling Heights
Trenton Bulat
Hartford High School,
Hartford
Rachel Howarth
Breckenridge High
School, Breckenridge
Megan Whitt
Ida High School, Ida
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Grade-point average: 4.0
Parents: Wenjun Shi and Hui Yu
College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology or University of
Michigan
Major: Biomedical
sciences
Career Plans: M.D./
Ph.D.
Most influential
teachers: Matt Morrison and Colleen Palmer
Achievements
Presidential Scholars Program semifinalist
Intel Science Talent Search semifinalist
Siemens Math/Science/Technology Competition semifinalist
National Merit Scholarship recipient
National AP Scholar
Biology Olympiad semifinalist
Congressional Medal of Merit Award recipient
Okemos Kiwanis Club Citizenship Award
Michigan All-State Orchestra, 4-year member
Science Olympiad team, Varsity Quiz Bowl team
Valedictorian
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Visual Arts
Visual Arts
Vocational-Technical
Vocational-Technical
World Studies
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
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World Studies
Jack Douglas
Anna Gustafson
Danielle Haydell
Brittany Lalley
Michael W. Dompierre
Yang Sheng
Herbert Henry Dow High School,
Midland
Detroit Country Day School,
Beverly Hills
Central Lake High School,
Central Lake
St. Joseph High School,
St. Joseph
Detroit Catholic Central High School,
Novi
Walled Lake Central High School,
Walled Lake
Grade-point average: 3.7
Parents: Matt and Tracey Douglas
College: College for Creative Studies
Major: Graphic design
Career Plans: Graphic design artist
Most influential teacher: Carol
Lewin
Grade-point average: 3.6
Parents: Drs. Steven Gustafson and
Shari Morningstar
College: University of Southern
California, Viterbi School of Engineering
Major: Mechanical engineering
Career plans: Design or green
engineer
Most influential teachers: Jiro
Masuda, Peggy Steffan, Kim Otsuji
Grade-point average: 3.95
Parents: Michael and Deb Haydell
College: Saint Mary’s College of
Notre Dame
Major: Biology/engineering
Career Plans: Biomedical engineering
Most influential teacher: Deborah
Menchaca
Grade-point average: 3.95
Parents: Phil and Kris Lalley
College: University of Michigan
Major: Architecture
Career plans: Architect
Most influential teacher: Jim Berry
Achievements
College for Creative Studies Merit
Scholarship
Columbus College of Art and Design Dean’s Scholarship
Business Professionals of America
Regions, 1st place (2009)
Junior and senior class president
Dow High drum line (4 years)
Competitive drum line (4 years)
Dow Gardens, membership card
design (2008)
National Art Honors Society
Achievements
Scholastic National Silver Medal
Portfolio Award (2009), regional
awards (2008-09)
Country Day Celebrate the Arts
Senior Showcase
Cum Laude Society
Varsity lacrosse and field hockey (3
years)
National Field Hockey Coaches
Association Academic Squad
Achievements
Kettering Science and Technology
Award
National Honor Society
National Technical Honor Society
High Honor Roll
Career-Tech Center Principal’s
Award
Nominated for Honda Innovation
Award
Cross country Academic All-State
Cross country Class D All-State
Achievements
Michigan Department of Education
Breaking Traditions Award (2009)
National Association of Women in
Construction, second place (2009)
Midwest Creative Architecture
Competition, second place (2008)
National Association of Women in
Construction, third place (2008)
Academic honor roll (2005-09)
Academic letter for GPA above 3.8
(2005-09)
Habitat for Humanity volunteer
Grade-point average: 4.45
Parents: Michael and Patricia Dompierre
College: University of Notre Dame
Major: Political science
Career plans: Government policy
and procedure
Most influential teacher: Rev. Jeff
Thompson
Achievements
Captain of cross country and track
teams
All-Catholic League, cross country
All-City, cross country
All-Area Honorable Mention, track
Science Olympiad medalist, remote
sensing
National Merit commended student
Varsity track and cross country
Homeroom representative
Volunteer school/private tutor
Volunteer, Mary Angela run
Vacation Bible School coordinator
Varsity letter (3 times), cross
country
Varsity letter (1 time), track
Indoor track
Campaign volunteer/political activist
Grade-point average: 4.295
Parents: Xiaoyan Li and Yuanyi
Sheng
College: University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Major: Nuclear engineering
Career plans: Engineering
Most influential teacher: Cynthia
Collins
Achievements
National Merit winner
AP scholar with distinction
Valedictorian
Observer & Eccentric Newspapers
Academic All-Star Student
Named one of the “Brightest &
Best Students of 2009” by Channel 7
Pilot of award-winning “First”
Robotics Team 308
Vice president of the French Club
Treasurer of the Science Club
National Honor Society
Chair of school’s first 12-hour
blood drive
Regents Merit Scholarship from the
University of Michigan
Outstanding graduates judges
Special-Against All Odds
GAIL FOWLER
Special education English teacher,
Robichaud Senior High School
KIMBERLY SAMS-SMITH
Freelance journalist
Athletics
RUBEN LUNA
Sports editor, The Detroit News
TOM MARKOWSKI
High school writer, The Detroit News
Health
Urban Science
salutes this year’s
Outstanding High
School Graduates
KATHRYN GOETZ
Health & Physical Education, Oxford
High School
MARY TEACHOUT
Coordinated school health education
consultant, Michigan Department of
Education
Journalism
WALTER MIDDLEBROOK
Assistant managing editor-Metro,
The Detroit News
Language Arts
MARY M. HALL-RAYFORD
English teacher, Osborn High School;
Michigan Council of Teachers of
English, executive committee
NANCY JOSEPH
Regional coordinator — Region IV,
Michigan Council of Teachers of
English; Oakland University, English
Department
JULIE MIX-THIBAULT
Diversity chair, Michigan Council of
Teachers of English, Wayne State
University
Mathematics
MARIANNE SROCK
Mathematics consultant, Macomb
Intermediate School District
Performing Arts
DEBORA K. MARSH
Director of debate and forensics,
English Department chair, Dexter
High School
STEVE MARSH
Executive director, Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association,
University of Michigan
DIANA ROSE
Retired theater educator, Brighton
High School
Science
PAUL DRUMMOND
President-elect, Michigan Science
Teachers Association, Macomb
Intermediate School District
CAROL JONES
Science consultant, Macomb Intermediate School District
MICHAEL KLEIN
President, Metropolitan Detroit
Science Teachers Association
LAMOINE MOTZ
Director, Oakland Science/Mathematics Center
JIM MUNSON
Science education professor, Oakland University
Visual Arts
STEVE MARSH
Executive director, Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association,
University of Michigan
DIANA ROSE
Retired theater educator, Brighton
High School
Vocational-Technical
MARY ANN CATRON
Counselor, Branch Area Careers
Center
PATRICIA EARL
Community & Student Services
secretary, Branch Area Careers
Center
RACHEL HARD
Placement coordinator, Branch Area
Careers Center
LEIGH ANN HICKS
Mathematics consultant, Branch
Area Careers Center
LEEANNE NAGLE
English/language arts consultant,
Branch Area Careers Center
JANICE SATTLER
Attendance coordinator, Branch Area
Careers Center
RAYMOND WHEATON
Electrical technologies program
manager, Branch Area Careers
Center
World Studies
JACQUINNE REYNOLDS
Beecher Middle/High School teacher

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