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The following students and teachers from Oldham County attended academic summer camps this summer at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green.
Cole LaDow, a student at La Grange Elementary School, attended the Summer Camp July 15-19 for advanced and high-interest students who completed first through fourth grades in 2012-13.
Johnny Galvin of Louisville and Jack Doligale of Prospect, both students at North Oldham Middle School, attended the Summer Camp for Academically Talented Middle School Students (SCATS) June 9-23. The camp offers a diverse curriculum with classes in music, science, art, math, history and acting.
Five area students attended the camp for Verbally and Mathematically Precocious Youth (VAMPY) June 23 through July 13: Alex Banaszak of Crestwood, a student at East Oldham Middle School; Katelynn Meyer of Goshen and Christina Li of Prospect, both students at North Oldham Middle School; Erin Cahill of Prospect, a student at Holy Trinity Parish School; and Reed Rapasky, also of Prospect, a student at St. Xavier High School.
Craig Grimm of Crestwood, a teacher at North Oldham High School, and Douglas Stutz, also of Crestwood, a teacher at Atherton High School attended the Advanced Placement Summer Institute June 23-28, which offers workshops for beginning and experienced teachers of advanced placement classes.
Nikolaus Gorman and Erik Pearson, both of Crestwood, were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Shoaf earns master’s
degree in psychology
Devin Alyse Shoaf, La Grange, graduated this spring from Radford University in Radford, Va., with a master’s degree in psychology and an education specialist’s degree in psychology.
names dean’s list
Seven area residents attending Hanover College in Hanover, Ind., were named to the dean’s list for earning a grade average of 3.5 or higher during the spring semester.