Brady Middle School students honored for projects at Science Fair – Post World

PEPPER PIKE, Ohio – Nearly two dozen Brady Middle School students showcased their creative projects in person at the school’s annual science fair in early December.

Seventh grader Daniel Lee received first place for his project “The Impact of Saturated Fats in Cookie Qualities”. Second place went to eighth grader Anshul Sharma for “Is turmeric a good blood coagulant?”

Third place went to the siblings Lucy Chaisson, a seventh grader, for “What is the ‘proof?’ Best leavening agent for bread ”and sixth grader Joseph Chaisson for his project“ Ozone on Earth: Good or Bad? ”.

Eighth graders Vivian Qi and Jessie Zhang also received honorable mention for “How Salinity Affects Bean Plant Growth”.

The science fair was organized and coordinated by Brady Middle School teacher Lisa Foster with support from Debbie Arnold and the BMS PTA, according to an Orange City School District press release.

Jurors included Roman Boldyreff, Eddie Evans, Kathleen Gempel, Christa Krohn, Jennifer McGeown, and Jennifer Sistin. The awards were created by Heather Landskroner at the school’s Fab Lab.

Other student attendees were Tristyn Carran, Layla Ross, Eloise Anderson, Nathan Miller, Junah Beck, Emma Saks, Syniah Barnes, Julia Aziz, Charlie Toth, Vivaan Moghekar, Sunny Price, Emily Langel, Mane Sargsyan, Christopher Buckley and Ryan Crowley.

Benjamin Scheps, Senior Orange High School (photo courtesy Orange City Schools)

Senior of the month

Orange High School senior Benjamin Scheps has been named Senior of the Month December by the Lander Circle’s Kiwanis.

Benjamin held many leadership roles at Orange High School including President of the OHS Band, Vice President of the OHS Environmental Club, three year team captain and treasurer of the OHS Mock Trial Team, and senior patrol chief of Boy Scout Troop 309, he recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout achieved after spending hundreds of hours volunteering designing and building a shelter in the Rescue Village in Russell Township.

Benjamin is a two-year member of the OHS Boys tennis team and a one-year member of the track and field team, and serves as the captain of the university’s cross country team.

Employed as the cashier at Choolaah Restaurant in Beachwood, he enlisted for two years as a peer tutor, Red Cross blood donation volunteer, Kiwanis grocer, and advisor to Boy Scouts National Youth Leadership Training, offering team and leadership skills in building activities.

Benjamin, who got a 34 on his ACT, has a cumulative grade point average of 4,673. The member of the National Honor Society received the Williams College Book Award in 2020.

Each school year, the Kiwanis Club of Lander Circle honors six seniors for their leadership, integrity, and academic achievement.

Kindergarten information evening

Moreland Hills Elementary School will hold its Kindergarten Information Night 2022-23 on February 3rd at 7:00 p.m. at the school on the Orange Schools campus, 32000 Chagrin Blvd. hold off.

The event is aimed at parents of kindergarten children who register for the school year 2022/23. The parents get to know the kindergarten program, get to know the staff and visit the school.

Ads for seniors and yearbooks 2022

Orange High School parents and carers are welcome to purchase Senior Congratulations ads and Oran 2022 yearbooks.

All advertising orders must be received by December 31st to qualify for submission in the 2022 yearbook. After this date, online sales will be closed and orders will only be accepted to a limited extent.

All yearbook orders must be received by January 31st prior to the price increases. To reserve advertising space in the book or for other information, visit

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