15th annual EUGENE POLICELLI SERVICE AWARDS
Do you know someone who has improved the quality of life in South Windsor through their voluntary service? If so, the South Windsor Board of Education invites you to nominate that person for a Eugene Policelli Service Award.
The inaugural year of the Eugene Policelli Service Awards was 2003 and to date 23 students and 29 adults were recognized for their exemplary service. Each year as many as three citizens and three high school seniors may be selected for this honor. The names of the honorees are inscribed on commemorative plaques located in the main entrance of South Windsor High School.
The South Windsor Board of Education established the Eugene Policelli Service Awards to recognize and honor Dr. Policelli’s service to the town of South Windsor. Dr. Policelli served on the board of education from 1985 to 1998. He was a tireless champion of quality education for all students and an eloquent advocate for high standards.
Help us honor the memory of Dr. Policelli and, at the same time, recognize the work of volunteers who helped to make South Windsor the kind of town it is. Below are links to an electronic and printable version of the criteria and nomination forms for the student and adult awards.
All nominations are due by March 3, 2017. Honorees will be selected and notified by April 3. The ceremony recognizing those selected will be held on May 2, at South Windsor High School.
We hope you choose to participate and nominate a worthy candidate for this award. If you have any questions, please contact Cindi Yakoubian at 860-291-1256 or Gregory Frank at 860-474-1449.
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