Nominations are being accepted for the London Academic Hall of Fame.
The hall of fame, initiated in the 1993-94 academic school year by the Academic Achievement Council, recognizes individuals who have made an important, positive impact upon the school, local community or global community.
The individual must have attended a school in the London City Schools district, been employed by the school district, worked as a volunteer in the school system, or in some other direct way made a significant contribution to the academic success of the schools in the district or other educational institutions.
Nominations for the Academic Hall of Fame may be made by anyone connected to the London community. It is the responsibility of the person or group nominating the candidate to provide personal information, outstanding personal traits and documentation for the following criteria when completing the nomination form.
1. Long term contributions to the London academic community.
2. Important, positive impact the candidate has made upon the academic achievement of youth and/or adults in the local schools.
3. Important, positive the impact the candidate has made upon the academic achievement of youth and/or adults in the London community.
4. Important, positive impact the candidate has made upon the academic achievement of youth and/or adults in the global community.
Completed nomination forms must be received in the London High School Principal’s office by Feb. 26. The Academic Achievement Booster Committee will select no more than four individuals to be inducted into the Hall of Fame each year. Nominations will be held on file for three years.
Forms are available at the London Public Library, 20 E. First St. and London High School office, 336 Elm St.
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