Hall of Fame Inductees

Honoring the Past, Looking to the Future
The Lewis-Palmer School District Board of Education announced the establishment of the Lewis-Palmer School District Hall of Fame at its 2013 August meeting. The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to publicly recognize those who have made significant contributions to the success of the district and its students. Former superintendent John Borman said, “This is long overdue. We are who we are because of people who did a lot of work to establish criteria for our schools, which turned into the foundation of this amazing district. We don’t want that history to be lost.” Borman chaired the first committee helping establish nomination and selection protocols.

The stories of the Hall of Fame members substantiate the connection between the District's history and its high achievements today. LPSD's Hall of Fame honors worthy recipients and illustrates the value of individual participation in the success of local schools.

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