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District 153 officials present Dockweiler awards on Monday

Alayna Frangella was the Willow School winner of the Tom
Dockweiler Award presented Monday. She is congratulated
by, from left, Willow School Principal Mary Ann Savage;
District 153 Superintendent Dale Mitchell; Shelley Marks,
president of the school board; and Tom Dockweiler, past
member of the board.
(Photos by Marilyn Thomas/H-F Chronicle)
Davin Pace shows off his certificate of accomplishment
after receiving the Tom Dockweiler Award. With him are,
from left, Nicole Kerr, assistant principal at Churchill
School; District 153 Superintendent Dale Mitchell; Shelley
Marks, president of the school board; and Tom
Dockweiler, past member of the board.
Kaitlyn Kruder was honored for her outstanding work in
sixth grade at Millennium School. Offering congratulations
are, from left, Mary Kay Gardiner, who had been co-principal
at Millennium; District 153 Superintendent Dale Mitchell;
Shelley Marks, president of the school board; and Tom
Dockweiler, past member of the board.

Kaitlyn Kruder was honored for her outstanding work in sixth grade at Millennium School. Offering congratulations are, from left, Mary Kay Gardiner, who had been co-principal at Millennium; District 153 Superintendent Dale Mitchell; Shelley Marks, president of the school board; and Tom Dockweiler, past member of the board.

Nia Turner, an eighth grader at James Hart School,
received the Tom Dockweiler Award for her outstanding
efforts last year. Congratulating her are, from left, Hart
Principal Scott McAlister; District 153 Superintendent
Dale Mitchell; Shelley Marks, president of the school
board; and Tom Dockweiler, past member of the board.

 

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