Northmont accepting nominees for school district honors


ENGLEWOOD – The Northmont School District is accepting applications for their Roll of Recognition.

The recognition honors those who have made a distinguished and significant contribution as educators or community members toward the beneficial growth and education of the students in this community, or Northmont graduates who have distinguished themselves in their chosen fields of endeavor resulting in honor and recognition both for themselves and for the district..

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The three categories for recognition are Northmont Graduate, current or former Northmont Community Member and current or former Northmont Employee.

The graduate category includes those who have graduated from Northmont, Randolph, or Phillipsburg high schools. These schools are also the pool for the employee category.

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Nominators must submit a nominee career summary, reference sheet, and appropriate nomination form by Jan. 15, 2017. Submit applications to Northmont City Schools, 4001 Old Salem Rd., or email the forms to baclapp@MarketMatch.com.

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The application can be found on Northmont City Schools website, www.northmontschools.com

For more information, contact the school board office at 937-832-5000.

CASEY LAUGHTER


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