Graduate of Distinction

Graduate of Distinction

Who is a Maine-Endwell Graduate of Distinction?

A Maine-Endwell Graduate of Distinction is an exemplary citizen who has distinguished himself or herself through community service or a profession. This may include service to humanity, exceptional career achievement or a lifetime of accomplishment in many areas.
Graduates of Distinction are selected and honored at a public recognition dinner every two years. 
Click on the Graduate of Distinction Nomination Form link at the top right to nominate a Spartan graduate for recognition. 
On  April 13 the district recognized the accomplishments of these 2018 Maine-Endwell Graduate of Distinction honorees: 
John Furey, Class of 1965
Former high school teacher and administrator; Professional Development liaison at Salisbury University (Award presented posthumously);
Amanda Meredith, Class of 1990
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims; 
Lou Cioci, Class of 1990
Police Officer, Johnson City Police Department; Congressional Medal of Valor recipient; 2016 NYS Police Officer of the Year;
Mary (Fuller) Petryszyn, Class of 1980
Sector Vice President and General Manager, Land and Avionics C4ISR, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems;
Sarah Schlagter, Class of 1997
Senior Grant, Contract and Export Controls Officer, Cornell University. 

Kristine (Kenien) Kennedy, Class of 1971
Broke gender barrier as a high school athlete; Retired IBM engineer; Cape Vincent, NY, Citizen of the Year;

Graduate of Distinction Nomination Form

Past Honorees

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