Representatives from the Northmont Academic Challenge Team join Senator Lehner during Wednesday's Senate session.
Columbus - 
A group of Northmont High School students received high praise from the Ohio Senate on Wednesday. Northmont was recently declared the Academic Challenge State Champions after winning the ONN State Brain Game and the National History Bowl, which is held in Washington, D.C. State Senator Peggy Lehner (R - Kettering) touted the students' accomplishments and presented them with a Senate Resolution. Northmont High School is located in Clayton, Ohio.
Senator Lehner represents Ohio's 6th Senate District which includes a portion of Montgomery County. She currently serves as Chairwoman for the Senate Education Committee.
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