Grizzell Middle School has announced its Gold Student honors for March.

Grizzell Middle School has announced its Gold Student honors for March.

The students are: Toran George, John Mangum, Kyle Peele, Jessica Storey, Britta Streator, Clare Wilsbacher, Alex Brooks, Emily Rings, Allison Shenton, Andrew Tran, Noah Black, Kristen Gaber, Luke Neff, Graham Stecz, Ryan Vince, Sam Butcher, Jacki Green, Hayley Hannan, Brooke Hustedt, Patrick Liu, Logan Perin, Ciara Bartholomew, Justin Havlovitz, Mina Lee, Maya Schlessel, Alex Feldman, Christopher Hernandez, Casey Hudock, Colleen Osbun and Shelby Russell.

The Dublin Women's PhilanthropicĘClub is accepting applications for its annual teacher grant.

DWPC will give $700 in educational grant money for the 2009-10 school year to a teacher (or teaching team) who enables students to have a greater impact in the community.

The DWPC will accept applications postmarked until Friday, April 17.

Applications may be downloaded from

Dublin City Council is seeking a historic district resident to sit on the architectural review board.

Applicants must be registered voters and submit an application for the post by 5 p.m. Friday. Applicants also must be available for an evening interview on April 6.

Applications for the board can be found online at or at the municipal building. Applications can be submitted online or sent to the clerk of council, Dublin Municipal Building, 5200 Emerald Parkway.

For more information, contact the clerk of council at (614) 410-4436 or via e-mail at

Two Dublin Scioto High School students won scholarships for poetry in the "I am making history" contest sponsored by Kroger.

Zeenath Ameen and Kristel Hartshorn were among 58 winners honored at a March 14 luncheon for the Black History month competition.

Ameen and Hartshorn beat out more than 400 entries from three states in the contest.

The Dublin students both will receive a $1,500 scholarship.

This year's annual Reach Out and Read book drive, organized by the Dublin Educators' Association, collected more than 13,000 books.

The books, collected from Dublin teachers, students and staff, will go to Nationwide Children's Hospital.

The effort, which puts reading materials in the homes of children who do not have them, was run in conjunction with the National Education Association's Read Across America event that brought authors and storytellers to Dublin schools.

• Jessica Lagarce of Dublin was named to the dean's list and the honor roll in a recent term of study at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

Lagarce, a graduate of C.W. Post Long Island University, is the daughter of Charles and Lindsey Lagarce.

• Katherine Owad of Dublin was named to the dean's list at the University of Toledo for the fall semester.

Owad is a graduate of Dublin Scioto High School.