Guests enjoyed an evening of cultural arts and wine tasting featuring wines and craft beers from around the world, and food from different regions of the countries represented.
Student artwork sales were brisk in the art gallery. The basket raffle included a variety of themes - from wine - to home improvements - sports - and the holidays. The special collectible silent auction item donated by Barnes and Noble at Crocker Park was a crowd pleaser for anyone who ever listened to Jerry Garcia.
Very special thanks to the committee who worked hard to provide an enjoyable evening:
Kim Wenger, Vera Brewer, Dennis Abahazi, Carol Logar, Beth Roshetko, Anne Kennedy, and Eve Uhland. Thank you to Carrie Copfer, NOCSEF Treasurer and Becky Liskay, NOCS Registrar, for handling the art gallery and brisk sales of student artwork. Special thanks also to Tim Roshetko, Sr. and Mike Brewer, who hosted the wine tasting table and provided help with set-up and clean up.
On behalf of the students of the NOCS, the Foundation Trustees would like to thank all who attended or donated for their support. Our students work hard every day in the classroom and in extra activities and we are very appreciative of the support of the community.
The Education Foundation supports the academic mission of the district, and provides financial support for students with annual scholarships and donations to the Academic Boosters.
North Olmsted High School is fortunate to have the unique Academic Boosters parent group who organize and sponsor events to recognize academic student accomplishments throughout the year.
For more information on the Academic Boosters and the Education Foundation, please call 440-779-3513 or email Vera.Brewer@nocseagles.org.
Stay tuned for photo and video highlights of the Taste of Excellence.
View a short video montage of the 2012 Academic Boosters Breakfast at North Olmsted High School.
Shown in photo are Annie Dorsey, Marketing Director for Westfield Great Northern Mall and General Mall Manager, Mike Walsh.