To acquire and distribute resources to Highland Local Schools to supplement learning opportunities for its students, staff and community. We achieve this by providing direct support for student development, encouraging staff excellence and creativity, promoting the school district as a center for community learning, and helping to build a strong school partnership.
Show your appreciation to that special teacher, bus driver or staff member with a Highland Foundation STAR Award.
Deadline for submission is Wednesday, May 22. Awards will be delivered Tuesday, May 28. Forms can be found at all school offices, or you are welcome to order and pay online at http://www.highlandfoundation.org/Content2/30. The Staff and Teacher Award Recognition (STAR) program proudly honors a Highland teacher, staff or community member for their outstanding achievements. Each award recipient is presented with a certificate and either a box of bonbons or a Highland etched diamond ornament. A personal note from the donor can also be included. Proceeds from the STAR Award program are used to fund unique and innovative learning opportunities for Highland Local Schools and the community.
Congratulations to Shelly Butcher, Highland Foundation Treasurer, Sharon resident and community volunteer, who was selected as the recipient of the 2019 Highland Pride Award. Shelly was chosen by a committee based on nominations received and in recognition of the unwavering commitment, enthusiasm and generosity she has shown to the students and the community of Highland Local School District over the years. She now joins an elite group of 66 others who have received the Highland Pride Award since its inception in 1984. She will be presented with her award at the Board of Education meeting at 7 p.m. on May 13 in the Highland High School Media Center. A reception for family and friends will follow. Read Full Nomination
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