Northshore Wall of Honor nominations are due by March 15

  • Monday, February 26, 2018 1:14pm
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The Northshore Wall of Honor annually recognizes the rich history of outstanding achievements of Northshore School District alumni, personnel and volunteers who have made significant contributions to the community, state, national or world. Over the last seven years, 88 inductees have been honored and their names have been added to the plaque located near the entrance to Pop Keeney Stadium.

Nominations are now open for the 2018 induction class and are due by March 15.

Student alumni and district staff nomination forms, which include nomination guidelines, can be downloaded on the district’s web site (https://www.nsd.org/Page/428). A committee of alumni, community leaders and district representatives will select inductees. The new inductees will be added to the Wall of Honor in August and recognized at a ceremony and reception at Pop Keeney Stadium.

In order for a nominee to be considered, he/she must:

For student alumni —

Have graduated from Northshore School District 15 or more years ago.

Have a record of outstanding achievement that stands the test of time.

Have made significant contributions to the community, state, nation or world through good works or charitable beneficence.

Have exhibited leadership, character and/or service that inspires others.

For retired staff —

Have retired or left the Northshore School District five or more years ago.

Have a record of outstanding achievement that stands the test of time.

Have made significant contributions or achievements that benefited the Northshore School District.

Have exhibited leadership, character and/or service that inspires others.

For more information, contact Karen Orsinger, Northshore School District partnerships coordinator, at korsinger@nsd.org or (425) 408-7673.

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