The Columbus Public Schools Foundation is excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity for Columbus High School students.
This memorial scholarship is named after Joyce Dohmen a longtime Columbus Public Schools teacher who has been described as a teacher who was able to bring the best out in everyone. This scholarship program is designed to draw the applicant’s attention to the importance of teachers and the last impact they can have on students and fellow staff members.
The $500 in scholarship funds will be awarded to one graduating senior from Columbus High School who will attend Wayne State College to pursue a career in education. Columbus Public School Foundation Director, Nicole Anderson stated, “This is a wonderful way to remember Mrs. Dohmen and provides a new opportunity to provide an opportunity to develop future educators. This scholarship will help many students do great things.”