Service worthy of recognition

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SCOPE Education Services recognized more than 100 members of the various educational communities across Long Island, who significantly contributed to the field of education and to the school districts they are affiliated with during the SCOPE 17th Annual School District Awards Dinner.

Recognized for their outstanding dedication and contribution to the Freeport School District were Board of Education Vice President Anthony Miller, who received the School Board Service Award; Maria Jordan-Awalom, recipient of the Community Service Award; Michael LaSorsa, recipient of the Teacher Service Award; Lamar Henson and Doug Martines, recognized with the Support Staff Service Award and Renee Crump-Dedmon, who received the Administrator Service Award. 

SCOPE executive director George Duffy and members of SCOPE’s Board of Directors presented the evening’s honored guests with personalized commemorative plaques. He congratulated each worthy recipient and acknowledged them for their dedication and commitment. 

Freeport Public Schools congratulates all the recipients of this year’s awards.