Herkimer Central School District was honored at the annual awards dinner of the Oneida-Madison-Herkimer Counties School Boards Institute in May.
The organization recognizes students, board members and officials for outstanding achievement and service.
Alexis Sassone-Everson was among 39 students nominated for a Student Achievement award. According to the organization, the nominees were selected from about 4,000 juniors in the region. Alexis was nominated by Family and Consumer Science teacher Holly White.
Herkimer Central School District Superintendent Robert J. Miller, and District Clerk Sharon Judd, were honored with Distinguished Service awards, which recognize “outstanding volunteers — such as school board members — and superintendents who have dedicated time, continued support and vigorous action in the service of public education and the welfare of children,” according to the Herkimer BOCES website. Mr. Miller and Mrs. Judd were nominated by Board of Education President Robert Mihevc for the award.
Congratulations to Mr. Miller, Mrs. Judd and Alexis for representing Herkimer at this award ceremony!