The North Canton City Schools Education Endowment Fund (EEF) is seeking nominations for this year's 24th Annual Recognition Dinner.
The organization recognizes those individuals who contribute to the scholars’ successes or who have earned the admiration of their co-workers in the district.
Since 1988, The EEF has hosted an Annual Recognition Dinner to honor two educators (certified employees), one classified employee and one community member. Retired staff members are eligible, as well as individuals who were nominated in the past, but not selected.
This year’s dinner will be held on Wednesday, April 10, in the Hoover High School Commons.
The nomination form is available on the NCCS homepage at www.northcantonschools.org, under the "Community" tab.
Additional paper copies are also available at the district office.
All nomination forms must be received by Friday, Feb. 22 at 4:30 p.m. For more information, contact Kris Freday at the district office at 330-497-5600.
Parents, students and co-workers are asked to nominate deserving candidates for the recognition awards. The following is a description of the categories:
EDUCATOR AWARD – Awarded for significant individual contribution to the improvement of education in the North Canton City Schools by a present or past certificated employee of the North Canton City School District. Two individual awards are given in this category – one to an educator (PreK-grade 5) and one to an educator (grades 6-12).
CLASSIFIED AWARD – Awarded for significant individual contribution to the improvement of education in the North Canton City Schools by a present or past classified employee of the North Canton City School District.
CITIZEN AWARD – Awarded for a significant contribution to the goals and accomplishments of education in the North Canton City Schools by a person who was not employed by the district as either a certificated or classified employee at the time of the contribution.