FBW Scholarship Recipients 2010

2010 Franklin B Walters Group Award

SOESC Honors 2010 FBW Award Recipients

The Franklin B. Walter (FBW) All-Scholastic Award was created in 1990 by the Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA) to honor Franklin B. Walter past Superintendent of Public Instruction in Ohio and to recognize one top student scholar from each county in Ohio. Franklin B. Walter served as state superintendent from March 1977 until August 1991.

Each year the SOESC honors one student from a local school district in Adams, Clinton, Fayette and Highland County to be the (OESCA) Franklin B. Walter Award Recipient.

All students were honored and received the award at the awards luncheon held in Columbus on April 14, 2010. Award recipients must have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement as well as other significant school and community accomplishments.

The SOESC would like to congratulate all FBW award winners.

 

Anders Bengtson is Adams County's Franklin B. Walter
All Scholastic Award Recipient

Anders Bengtson, a senior at Peebles High School has been honored by the Ohio Educational Service Center Association and the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center as Adams County's 2010 Franklin B. Walter All Scholastic Award winner.    

Mr. Bengtson is currently attending Southern State Community College (post-secondary) and will attend Liberty College in the fall.  He plans to become a lawyer.

Mr. Bengtson is a member of Peebles High School National Honor Society and Student Council.  He is captain of the High School Academic Team and has participated in high school athletics.  Mr. Bengtson has been very active in Boy Scouts and has received many awards.

Commenting on his goals, Mr. Bengtson stated, I am confident I will be successful in the future because of my dedication to hard work and determination.

Anders is the son of Keith and Lynn Bengtson of Hillsboro.

 

Deanna Ruble is Clinton County's Franklin B. Walter
All Scholastic Award Recipient

Deanna Ruble, a senior at East Clinton High School has been honored by the Ohio Educational Service Center Association and the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center as Clinton County's 2010 Franklin B. Walter All Scholastic Award winner.   

Ms. Ruble plans to attend Ohio Northern University and obtain a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree.

Ms. Ruble is a member of East Clinton High School National Honor Society and the Varsity Academic Team.  She is 1st Chair Alto Saxophone in the Wind Ensemble.  Ms. Ruble has participated in many clubs at East Clinton High School and has been the recipient of many academic awards.

Commenting on her goals, Ms. Ruble stated, I seek to grow in faith, character, and knowledge from the many exciting and trying experiences I will surely encounter throughout my life.

Deanna is the daughter of Dean and Linda Ruble of New Vienna.

 

Sydney Wilson is Fayette County's Franklin B. Walter
All Scholastic Award Recipient

Sydney Wilson, a senior at Miami Trace High School has been honored by the Ohio Educational Service Center Association and the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center as Fayette County's 2010 Franklin B. Walter All Scholastic Award winner.  

 Ms. Wilson plans to attend Ohio State University.

Ms. Wilson is a member of Miami Trace High School's National Honor Society, was a Delegate at Buckeye Girls State and has participated in many clubs.  She is involved in high school athletics and was selected to the 1st Team All-SCOL in both tennis and track.  Ms. Wilson is the recipient of many academic and athletic awards.  

Commenting on her goals, Ms. Wilson stated, Perhaps my most important long-term goal is to develop lasting relationships with others as I mature and have new experiences.  I want to meet new people in college and develop lasting friendships.  I cannot wait to see what the future holds for me.

Sydney is the daughter of Wes and Dawn Wilson of New Holland.

 

brad keltner 2010 fbw award

Brad Keltner is Highland County's Franklin B. Walter
All Scholastic Award Recipient

Brad Keltner, a senior at Lynchburg-Clay High School has been honored by the Ohio Educational Service Center Association and the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center as Highland County's 2010 Franklin B. Walter All Scholastic Award winner.  

Mr. Keltner plans to attend Purdue University and major in engineering or agriculture.

Mr. Keltner is a member of the Lynchburg-Clay High School National Honor Society, and he is currently Treasurer of the Lynchburg-Clay High School FFA.  Mr. Keltner has participated in many clubs, sports and won various academic awards.  He is an active member of 4-H where he has also obtained many awards.       

Commenting on his goals, Mr. Keltner stated, My goal is to maintain a 4.0 GPA throughout my high school career.  I have worked hard to keep my 4.0 while still enrolling in challenging classes.

Brad is the son of Wayne and Diane Keltner of Martinsville.