The nomination period is open for the 2013 Stoughton High Academic Hall of Fame Induction Class. Nominations are being accepted until Dec. 14, 2012.
Monday, November 26, 2012
The following is a press release: The Stoughton Public Schools and the Stoughton Historical Society are pleased to announce that nominations for the 2013 Induction Class to the Stoughton High Academic Hall of Fame for Extraordinary Achievement are being accepted. The Hall of Fame was created in 2004, through the efforts of Joanne McEvoy Blomstrom in honor of her father, Raymond; and Anthony L. Sarno, Jr., retired Superintendent of Schools, to recognize graduates of Stoughton High School who have achieved notable success in his/her chosen profession either from a singular extraordinary accomplishment, career of exceptional achievement or significant contribution to society. Those achievements may come from business, medicine, the …
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SHS HALL OF FAME WELCOMES TWO: Stoughton High School held ceremonies for their Hall of Fame of Extraordinary Achievement last Friday, Oct. 5, inducting Dr. Lynda Ann Tyer-Viola (Class of 1980) and Peter David Green (Class of 1973). The morning ceremonies, which usually are held in a full auditorium, took place at the same time as the funeral of Stoughton High School senior David Wade. So, attendance was not as high as in year's past, but it didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of those in the auditorium, or the two inductees for 2012. Tony Sarno, retired Superintendent of Schools and a former Stoughton High principal, filled in as emcee of the event, in place of current Superintendent Dr. Marguerite Rizzi and current SHS principal Julie Miller…