The Mentor Schools Board of Education is putting an exclamation point on the school year by recognizing several outstanding students during its meeting at 7 p.m. tonight in the A lecture room of .
Those students include:
- Vishnu Nistala, an eighth grader from Shore Middle School. He is the first Mentor Schools student to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. He outlast every other Ohio student and made it to the fifth round before he was eliminated. ()
- the five Mentor High students who . Additionally, the Board will present track athlete Max Ostrowski with his diploma. Ostrowski missed graduation so he could compete in the 800 m at state.
- the winners of the Power of the Pen and "I Write To Read" essay contests.
- the recipients of the Lake Health scholarships.
The full agenda for the meeting is available on the Mentor Schools web site.