The Southern Columbia Area School District will be accepting nominations for the 2014 Distinguished Alumnus Award until March 21, 2014. The Distinguished Alumnus should be someone who has gone on to achieve success in their field of endeavor and/or has had a positive influence on the students and community of the Southern Columbia Area. Graduates of Southern Columbia Area High School or any high school that formed the Southern Columbia Area School District are eligible to be nominated. Nominations explaining why a particular person should be the Distinguished Alumnus recipient can be e-mailed to Tresa Britch, Board Secretary at tbritch@scasd.us. Nominations can also be mailed to the following address:
 
Tresa Britch, Board Secretary
Southern Columbia Area School District
800 Southern Drive
Catawissa, PA 17820
 
You can view biographies of past recipients and read more about the Distinguished Alumnus nomination and selection process by visiting this page.

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