District 96 recognizes Superintendent Award recipients

  • Superintendent Julie Schmidt, left, and Principal Jessica Barnes with Twin Groves Middle School Superintendent Award recipients Bhavya Vegesna and Matthew Bressler.

    Superintendent Julie Schmidt, left, and Principal Jessica Barnes with Twin Groves Middle School Superintendent Award recipients Bhavya Vegesna and Matthew Bressler. Courtesy of Kildeer Countryside School District 96

  • Principal Greg Grana and Superintendent Julie Schmidt with Woodlawn Middle School Superintendent Award recipients Ricky Tiongson and Lance Locker.

    Principal Greg Grana and Superintendent Julie Schmidt with Woodlawn Middle School Superintendent Award recipients Ricky Tiongson and Lance Locker. Courtesy of Kildeer Countryside School District 96

 
Submitted by District 96
Posted6/14/2019 10:05 AM

Kildeer Countryside School District 96 salutes the 2019 Superintendent Award recipients -- eighth-graders selected by middle school faculty and staff for their character, commitment, academic effort, positivity and contributions to the school community.

The Superintendent Award recipients from the District 96 graduating Class of 2019 are Twin Groves students Bhavya Vegesna and Matthew Bressler and Woodlawn students Lance Locker and Ricky Tiongson.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Their selection was announced to classmates at a grade-level celebration assembly on May 22.

These students are exemplary -- described by faculty as conscientious, motivated, kind, determined and supportive. They stand out for their leadership skills, working with peers and principals. Their varied interests range from academic extracurricular clubs such as Scholastic Bowl and robotics to chorus and school musical performance.

They commit their time and talent to athletics (track, cross country, pompons, volleyball, basketball) and to serving their community, including student mentorship and participation in Catalyst, a club supporting a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle for youth.

Each recipient prepared a brief speech and delivered it at the school's graduation ceremony, held at Stevenson High School May 28.

Their remarks to their fellow students highlighted awareness and anticipation of exceptional learning opportunities to come as Stevenson students, as well as enthusiastic appreciation for District 96 teachers and staff who challenged and prepared them.

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