BOARD RECOGNITIONS: 6-13-2013

RECOGNITIONS AT THE BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING, JUNE 13, 2013

 

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Graham Brown, Andrew Clingerman, Camden Kuksa, Zachary Stella, and Christian Zambrano, Palatine High School

 
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Joshua Yamamoto, William Fremd High School

 
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Jan Dimaano, Jarman McMillon, Juwaan Richard, and Stacey Smith, Schaumburg High School

 
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Kara Burton, Elizabeth Cox, Margaret Jump, Cassidy McPherson, and Tess Wasowicz, Palatine High School

 
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Oluwabanke Oginni, Hoffman Estates High School

 
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Jennifer Donnell, James B. Conant High School

 
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Palatine High School art student Alyssa Froehling earned first place in the 2013 Congressional Art Competition. Her original artwork will be displayed for the next year as part of an exhibit at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. This elite award highlights Alyssa’s dedication and artistic vision. Palatine High School Art Teacher Nick Hostert will assist with this evening’s recognition.
 
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Palatine High School student Elizabeth Kenkel  (bottom center, pictured with family, sponsors) received the 2013 Outstanding Student Technology Award from Infinitec, a division of United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Chicago. This award recognizes Liz’s exceptional progress and skills in assistive technologies. Palatine High School Special Education Teacher Meg Williams has been invited to assist with Liz’s Board of Education recognition.
 
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The Daily Herald sponsored its 12th-annual Academic Team (pictured with sponsors) for 2012-2013. This honor recognizes high school students who have consistently excelled in their studies, as well as made a contribution to their schools through academic activities. High School District 211 had four students named to the 10-member first team: Priyanka Kanal from William Fremd High School;Colleen O’Mahoney from Palatine High School; Thomas Palcheck from Schaumburg High School; andKrush Patel from Hoffman Estates High School. These outstanding students have been invited this evening to receive 
Board of Education recognition.
 
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William Fremd High School senior Renata Wettermann was one of 10 students statewide named to the Chicago Tribune All-State Academic Team. She was featured in a special section, along with the other recipients, in the May 18 edition of the Tribune. Renata has been invited to this evening’s meeting to receive Board of Education recognition. Fremd High School Science Teacher Brad Grabawill assist with the recognition.

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