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Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 9:10 p.m.
 

Richard (Tommy) McCoy, a senior at North Allegheny Senior High School, will represent the United States as a member of the second North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad team in Manchester, England.

Connor Phillips and Richard (Tommy) McCoy, seniors at North Allegheny Senior High School, were named semifinalists in the 2013 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.

Shady Side Academy Middle School's Science Olympiad team won the Pennsylvania State Tournament held at Juniata College.

Canonsburg Middle School students Samuel O'Bryan, C.J. O'Shell, Dimitri Pihiou, and Robby Sanders Jr. placed second in Pennsylvania for the seventh- grade division of the Navy-sponsored competition eCybermission.

Mia Lynch, a second-grader at Hartwood Elementary School in the Fox Chapel Area district, received an honorable mention in the PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest.

Lauren Eisenreich of Wexford, a sophomore at Youngstown State University, received the De-Crane Houser Memorial Scholarship at the Youngstown State University Student Awards Banquet.

South Park High School students Aaron Funaiock, Mitchell Klocke, Jake Neiport, and Sebastian Albertson participated in a four-day “Spirit of America Youth Leadership Program” on the Freedoms Foundation campus at Valley Forge.

The Allegheny County Health Department honored the following students for outstanding projects at the 74th annual Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair at the Carnegie Science Center: Lyta Nicoll, a sixth-grader at Montessori Centre Academy in Shaler; William Hebda, a seventh-grader at Queen of Angels School in North Huntingdon; and Piyusha Sane, a senior at North Allegheny High School.

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