Lake Oswego students earn dean's list recognition from George Fox University
Local students were among those who earned dean's list recognition at George Fox University for the spring 2019 semester. Traditional undergraduate students must earn a 3.5 grade point average or above on 12 or more hours of graded work to earn a spot on the dean's list.
The following students from Lake Oswego received recognition: senior Alexa Aldridge, music; senior Joshua Bell, politics; senior Kristy Chang, cinematic arts; senior Greg Conan, cognitive science; sophomore James Griffith, cinema and media communication; junior Seth Griffith, international studies and sociology; senior Shea Krevi, interdisciplinary studies; sophomore Matthew Martin, engineering; sophomore Cameron Seymore, biology and global business; senior Tia Uyehara, nursing; junior Briana Van Tassle, exercise science, health and human performance.
LO resident Benjamin Remlinger graduates
from Colgate University
Benjamin Remlinger is a graduate in the Colgate University in the Class of 2019. Remlinger, a graduate of Lake Oswego High School, majored in Chinese and economics.
Remlinger received a Bachelor of Arts degree Cum Laude at Colgate's 198th Commencement May 19. Colgate Alumnus Antonio Delgado, U.S. Representative for the 19th Congressional District of New York, delivered the keynote address.
LOSD hires new assistant principal for Lakeridge High School
Noah Hurd for the position of Assistant Principal of Lakeridge High School, Superintendent Lora de la Cruz announced this week. He joins Principal Desiree Fisher and Assistant Principal Kristen Colyer as part of the leadership team for the
Since 2013, Hurd has been the principal for New Urban High School in the North Clackamas School District. He has extensive experience in peer mediation, restorative practices, equity awareness competencies, trauma-informed practices and making connections with his school community.
"Noah will be a fantastic addition to our administrative team and our Pacer Family," Fisher said in a press release. "His equity work with North Clackamas will mesh well with the work we have already begun at LOSD. His heart for students and teachers is what makes Noah the perfect person for the job here at Lakeridge. We are so lucky he will be a part of our school," Fisher said.
Prior to his work in New Urban High School, Hurd held the position of Coordinator for English Language Learners, Dean of Students, and English Language Development Specialist and teacher. He has taught in Jamaica, the Bronx in New York, Mexico City and the Portland area.
Hurd received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts from Whitworth University and his Master of Arts in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Hurd will begin his new position July 1.
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