Jan. 31, 2014…Do you know someone who deserves to be honored on the Liberty Central School District Wall of Fame? Applications to nominate worthy individuals are due in two weeks, on Fri. Feb. 14, to be considered for the 2014 Wall of Fame.
The Liberty Central School District Wall of Fame was established four years ago by the Board of Education as a way of honoring extraordinary LCSD alumni, inspirational past LCSD employees and community members who have made a lasting contribution to the school district. Nominees are judged on exceptional accomplishments or significant contributions within their school, family, career, community or personal life.
The fourth group of inductees will be selected in early 2014 and honored at a ceremony and breakfast reception prior to the Liberty High School Commencement Exercises on graduation on Saturday, June 28, 2014. To date, 16 outstanding individuals have been inducted to the Wall of Fame – eight alumni, six former faculty members and two community members. Information about each inductee can be found at www.libertyk12.org.
“The inductees are from many different walks of life, but they all have one thing in common: Liberty,” explained Assistant Superintendent and Wall of Fame Co-Chairperson Carol Napolitano. “The school and the community have in some way touched or influenced the lives of every individual on the Wall of Fame. When we honor them, we also honor the spirit of our community, past and present.”
The Wall of Fame is located in the lobby of the David E. Panebaker Auditorium at the Liberty High School. The nomination application can be downloaded at the district web site or picked up at the District Administration Office at 115 Buckley Street, Liberty, NY. Please call Mrs. Tania DeFrank at 845-292-6990 for more information.