Orange High Schools Jessica Brown named Kiwanis Senior of the Month –

Posted By on March 24, 2022

PEPPER PIKE, Ohio Orange High School senior Jessica Brown has been named the Kiwanis of Lander Circle Senior of the Month for March.

In addition to serving as the Amnesty International Club president and secretary of the Israeli Culture Club, Jessica is president and founder of two OHS clubs: #Trending Topics and Personal Wellness Club, both of which she created as a sophomore.

A Highest Honor Roll student, Jessica is a member of the National Honor Society, has received multiple awards for excellence in her English classes and was recognized for her Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage Stop the Hate Essay.

Being an upstander has always been important to Jessica, who has volunteered at Friendship Circle of Cleveland for the past three years, creating friendships and advocating for adolescents and adults with special needs. She was awarded the Weinberg Service Award for her work there.

In addition, Jessica has volunteered with the Geauga Humane Society Rescue Villages Woofstock, the Orange Senior Center and the Kiwanis Club of Lander Circle and served as an assistant to the Moreland Hills Elementary School physical education teacher, accumulating more than 500 hours of community service.

Selected for the Saltzman Youth Panel her junior year, Jessica participates in Excel TECCs marketing program and is a member of the Latin Club, Spirit Club and Environmental Club and was a member of the OHS junior varsity volleyball team for two years.

Every school year, the Kiwanis Club of Lander Circle recognizes six seniors for their leadership, integrity and academic achievements.

Superior ratings earned

The Orange High School Symphonic Band, under the direction of Jake Robinson, and the OHS Wind Ensemble, directed by Brandon DuVall, both earned straight 1 superior ratings at the Ohio Music Education Association district contest at Mentor High School earlier in March and qualified for state competition in April.

Brady Middle School to perform

The Brady Middle School Thespians will perform Percy Jacksons Lightning Thief April 1-2 in the Orange High School auditorium, 32000 Chagrin Blvd.

Both showtimes are 7 p.m. Admission is $10 per ticket, and tickets are available at the door.

Preschool screening April 8

The Orange Inclusive Preschool will hold a screening for resident children ages 3-5 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. April 8 at the school, located in the Pepper Pike Learning Center on the Orange Schools campus, 32000 Chagrin Blvd.

This event is for parents who would like their child to be a typical peer or are interested in knowing more about their childs development.

Appointments are required and may be made by calling 216-831-8600, ext. 5605.

Each child will be assessed in the areas of cognitive, motor and language skills, as well as adaptive functioning and social/emotional behavior.

Screenings last about an hour, and a parent or guardian must remain in the building for the session. Results of the assessment will be shared with parents within two weeks of the screening.

Participation is not mandatory but required if parents would like their child to be considered as a peer for the OIP program.

The Orange Inclusive Preschool is designed to provide developmentally age-appropriate experiences in a safe and nurturing educational environment.

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