An Evening of Recognitions

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During the Oct. 19th Board of Education meeting, the Board, students and staff were recognized for their wonderful accomplishments and achievements throughout the district.

In honor of School Board Recognition Month, SEPTA co-presidents Karen Fey and Sarah Rudaitis, alongside students, presented the board with a frame of hands, on behalf of all the students, teachers, administrators and community members, thanking the Board for their devotion and helping students and staff grow into enlightened and intelligent citizens.    

Following, Harborfields High School was recognized as an “Exemplary High Performing School” for the 2016 school year in the Blue Ribbon Schools Program by the New York State Education Department. The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program celebrates the most skilled and effective educators in public and non-public schools. During the Dec. 14 Board of Education meeting, Regent Tilles will formally recognize Harborfields High School for this distinction and student achievement.

Continuing the evening of recognition, the Board of Education honored multiple staff members and students for their devotion and dedication to education, including staff members of the District Advisory Committee, students who were selected to perform in the NYSCAME All-County and NYSSMA All-State concerts, senior semifinalists and commended students of the National Merit Scholarship Program, as well as student and staff volunteers who record the district’s Board of Education meetings.