Alumni and Citizens Wall of Honor Nomination Criteria and Nomination Forms

Nomination Form – Due March 1st

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Alumni Wall of Honor:

The Franklin Local School District Alumni Wall of Honor is a means of recognizing Alumni who have distinguished themselves by actions and deeds and have exemplified the educational and moral values most honored by the Franklin Local School District. To be considered for this honor of having a plaque placed on the Alumni Wall of Honor area located in the “commons area” of Philo High School; nominated candidates must meet the eligibility requirements. The candidate must have graduated at least 15 years ago from Philo High School, Roseville High School, Chandlersville High School, Meigs High School, or any school that was consolidated into the Franklin Local School District . The candidate shall have distinguished himself or herself in one or more of the following area(s): education, professional accomplishments, political leadership, or humanitarian contributions. The candidate who has continued to support and make contributions in the communities of the Franklin Local School District or directly to the Franklin Local Schools will be given added consideration. All nominations submitted for selection are active for five years.

Citizens Wall of Honor:

The Franklin Local School District Citizens Wall of Honor is a means of recognizing the citizens of the Franklin Local School District who did not graduate from Philo, Roseville, Chandlersville or Meigs High School, or any school that was later consolidated into the Franklin Local School District, but who have distinguished themselves with action and deeds exemplifying the educational and moral values most honored by the Franklin Local School District. To be considered for this honor of having a plaque placed on the Citizens Wall of Honor area of the “commons area” of the Philo High School, nominated candidates must meet the eligibility requirements. Remember that the candidate must have been a resident of the Franklin Local School District for at least 15 years, but did not graduate from Philo High School or any school that was later consolidated into the Franklin Local School District. The candidate shall have distinguished him / herself in one or more of the following area or areas within the communities of the Franklin Local School District or the Franklin Local School District:  education, professional accomplishments, political leadership, or humanitarian contributions. The candidate who has continued to support and make contributions to the communities of the Franklin Local School District or directly to the Franklin Local School District will be given added consideration.  All nominations submitted for selection are active for five years.