Innovated Strongsville Chemistry Teacher Honored For Outstanding Efforts

May 26, 1998

It is unique and creative thinking like this which led the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society, to name Fen Yu-Lewis the winner of the Central Regional Award in High School Chemistry Teaching. Yu-Lewis, who teaches at Strongsville Senior High School, will receive this award at the Morley Award Banquet, as part of the American Chemical Society's Central Regional Meeting in Cleveland on May 27.

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