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June 10, 2024


Summer has Come to Doherty!

Congrats on an excellent Closing Program to all the Doherty students, parents, and teachers. Students shared highlights of the year, showed off their musical skills — including a stellar rendition of “Here Comes Summer” — and received awards honoring their achievements. Head of Doherty Tracy Murch praised the fifth graders on all their accomplishments at Doherty and wished them luck at the Middle School next year.


Doherty End of Year Awards

During Doherty’s Closing Ceremony in the courtyard with family and friends, several students received academic and citizenship awards. Fifth grader Nina Maloney received the Hoeland Award for demonstrating academic achievement, breadth and scope of interests beyond the classroom, leadership, citizenship, and character. Fifth grader Diane Chiseck received the Loveland Award for exceptional interest and excellence in the area of English and writing. In this year’s Doherty Spelling Bee, fifth grader Avery Fennell came in second and fifth grader Matthew Guillen won. George Platts and AJ Niederhelman were the runner ups and Kamden Kummerle was the winner for fourth grade for the Ohio Math League. For fifth grade for the Ohio Math LeagueCarter Cassady and Matthew Guillen were the runners up and Diane Chiseck won. Carter Cassady won the Excellence in Math AwardMatthew Gullien and Carter Cassady won the Continental Math Award and Ethan Suer was the runners up. Doherty’s Student Council Citizenship Awards were presented to first graders Louisa Dust and Will Brody, second grader Sarah Guillen, third grader Claire Martin, fourth grader Lillian Murphy, and fifth grader Macie Morelli.


Olympic Day

Clad in tie-dye and grouped in their Hives, Doherty kindergarten through fifth grade students competed in Olympic Day. The students bounced hippity hops, played tug-a-war, and competed in a variety of activities. The pre-kindergarten students had their own miniature version of Olympic Day in the gym, with scooters, bowling, and an obstacle course. Olympic Day ended with the annual fifth grade vs. teachers kickball game, won by the teachers.


End of Year Celebration

The pre-kindergarten for 2-year-olds, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten students had an end of year celebration with their parents on their last day of school. The soccer field and playground were filled with music, bubbles, games, face painting, and a petting zoo. Congrats on a great year, early childhood students and parents!


Unit II walks the red carpet

The Unit II students ended the year the last week of school dressed in their best and attending an award show hosted by their teachers. Students walked the red carpet, cheered on by their classmates as they were given awards for their achievements throughout the year.

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