St. Clair County Association of School Boards

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 2021 ANNOUNCED

The St. Clair County Association of Schools Boards is pleased to announce that three students have been chosen for the Association’s annual scholarship awards. Three outstanding students from our seven school districts will each receive $1,000. This year’s scholarship recipients were selected from among 49 applicants countywide after a vigorous screening process was conducted by four St. Clair County Association of School Boards’ executive council members.


The Association is proud to present the 2021 annual scholarship recipients:


Madison Cook, St. Clair High School


Madison is a recent graduate from St. Clair High School and plans to attend Michigan State University where she will begin her studies in political science and criminology.


Madison was very active in school participating in mock trial, after-school kids program at Pine River Elementary, student council and softball and volleyball. It was her many accomplishments that led to her high ranking by the screening committee.


Each student scholarship recipient was asked to name the teacher who had the greatest influence on their decision to pursue a degree in post-secondary education. For Madison, that teacher was Mr. David Clutts.


Good luck to Madison and congratulations Mr. Clutts!


Photo: Madison Cook (provided by St. Clair High School)





Praewa Montross, St. Clair High School


Praewa is a recent graduate from St. Clair High School and plans to attend Michigan State University where she will pursue a double major in English and Biology, while accomplishing her pre-medical prerequisites. Her dream is to become an Oncologist.


Praewal was very active in school taking on several leadership roles; Thai American Association of Michigan, student council, National Honors Society, CORE and youth group. As well as after-school activities such as girls varsity swim. It was her dedication and hard work that led to her high ranking by the screening committee.


Each student scholarship recipient was asked to name the teacher who had the greatest influence on their decision to pursue a degree in post-secondary education. For Praewa, that teacher was Mr. Joseph Fouchey.


Good luck to Praewa and congratulations Mr. Fouchey!


Photo: Praewa Montross (provided by St. Clair High School)


News Release - May 2021




Logan Tolar, Yale Sr. High School


Logan is a recent graduate from Yale Sr. High School and plans to attend Grand Valley State University where she will pursue a degree in nursing.


Logan was very active in school being a member of the French club, and National Honor Society. She was also a contributing member of the school’s cross country team, track team, softball team, and basketball team. Logan also works two part-time jobs. It was her dedication and hard work that led to her high ranking by the screening committee.


Each student scholarship recipient was asked to name the teacher who had the greatest influence on their decision to pursue a degree in post-secondary education. For Logan, that teacher was Mrs. Suzanne Wood. 


Good luck to Logan and congratulations Mrs. Wood!


Photo:  Logan Tolar




SCCASB Executive Committee Members:

  • Algonac: Heather Arneil-Roberts (Alternative Andy Goulet)
  • Capac: Monica Standel, Vice-President
  • East China: Vacant
  • Marysville: Dave Schmorrow
  • Memphis: Karyn McCue, President
  • Port Huron: Laurie Oldford
  • Yale: Mark Hurlburt, Treasurer