Saturday, April 15, 2017

TRUMAN HIGH SCHOOL: Superintendent speaks to honors ceremony

At the Truman High School 3.333 GPA Academic Honors Ceremony this week, Superintendent Ben Williams was honored to be able to speak to the 140 ninth, 10th, and 11th grade students who have earned the distinction.

Board of Education members Pam Lakatos, Tom Zorn, Debbie Stellini and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mary Ann Cyr were in attendance as well and helped the Truman High School administration celebrate their hard work.

These students have earned and maintained a minimum of a 3.33 GPA for one, two, or three consecutive years.

A big "Thank You" to Principal Skopczynski, Assistant Principals Rudolf and Green, Truman guidance counselors, teachers and staff for helping support and guide these highest achieving students along their educational journey.

Williams was very impressed with all of the students. Thanks also goes out to their parents, guardians, and extended families for helping them reach their academic goals. Keep up the good work and finish strong this last trimester!

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