Superintendent Contreras Honors SCSD Volunteers

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SCSD Superintendent Sharon Contreras and Board of Education President Michelle Mignano hosted a Volunteer Recognition Luncheon to honor the close to 700 individuals who gave their time to the Syracuse City School District in the last year. 
The luncheon featured remarks from Nottingham High School Principal David Maynard, Ms. Mignano and Superintendent Contreras— as well as a performance by the Dr. King Elementary School Choir and musical entertainment by the Henninger High School Jazz Ensemble.
In her opening remarks, Board of Education President Mignano said, "The presence and participation of volunteers plays an important part in exposing our students to people, programs and progress they may not otherwise experience."
On behalf of all past, present and future Syracuse City School District students, Superintendent Contreras thanked the luncheon's more than 250 attendees for their service to the district, stating how each volunteer's contributions allow students to see and feel the community support that surrounds them. 
Each volunteer makes a valuable contribution to our school community, and the third annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon was a great opportunity to honor these individuals for their time and efforts.