Students in the News

Revere High participants fared well in the local business plan contest, in which students brainstorm various ideas designed to create a viable business opportunity and are judged by real entrepreneurs. Anna Freeman and Elise Jakab finished first locally and qualified for the state competition. Aja Najsztup and Mallory Tompkins finished second and also qualified for the state competition. Sierra White and Lola Downing were third.

One hundred ninety Revere students took part in the senior internship program, spending the last three weeks of the school year on the job instead of in the classroom.

Eight Bath Elementary students were recognized for participating in a project to determine if the district needs new iPads and if so, which iPad is best. The eight: Henry Burke, Namratha Kotagiri, Bridget Messner, Ruby Blackledge, Tyler Crites, Ayla Nakicevic, Levi Shenigo and Andrew Tromp.

Richfield Elementarystudents Wyatt Miles and Greenleigh Fox-Daily were recognized for being “Revere Ready.’’

FourRevere Middle School students were recognized: seventh-grader Caden Jones for finishing fifth in Akron in the Math Counts competition; Zack Nations for being an example of a “Vision of a Minuteman;’’ and Jonathan Coveney and Reese Patton for their excellence in Esports.

Two middle school students, eighth-grader Rhea Rajesh and seventh-grader Lylah Wilson, advanced to the final round of the Ohio Power of the Pen Tournament in Columbus in mid-May.

Bath Elementary third-graders were scheduled to celebrate Heritage Day on May 20, when students investigate their family histories and learn about the traditions of countries from which their ancestors immigrated.

Fifth-graders at Bath were to finish May by building and racing their own rocket cars. This is a project that emanated from work in the STEM lab.

Richfield Elementary held a kindergarten graduation ceremony for the first time in school history June 10 at the high school auditorium.

The Bath Volunteers for Service announced the 2022 grant and merit award recipients, who are all Revere High School graduates. Gabrielle Aquino received the four-year grant. The Marilyn Woodling Merit Award went to Isha Bansal. The Ruth Struglinski Merit Award was presented to Raina Makkar. Meredith Stein and Nnemdi Amanambu received the last two merit awards.

Revere Swim and Dive Boys’ and Girls’ teams were named Scholar Teams by NISCA for the 2021-22 school year. They were the only teams named in the Suburban League and Summit County.

Johlil Blanchard broke the Revere Middle School record in the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.81.

Andrew Farrow ended his track and field season at the Ohio High School Athletic Association state track meet in June, exiting the high jump at 6’4”. He also earned Academic All-Ohio honors. ∞