MVP Ceremony and Reception [slideshow]

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MVP Ceremony and Reception [slideshow]

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The MVP ceremony and reception was held on Thursday, April 18, in the high school auditorium and library. Over 100 students were honored by their teachers. Twenty-three students received their second MVP medal and one student, Isaac Caverly, received his third. There were no four-time winners this year.

The MVP recognition event is the Most Valuable Pirate Award. Every faculty and staff member was encouraged to select a student to receive this award. An explanation of why each student was chosen was included in the program distributed to parents, friends, relatives and guests and read aloud when the student crossed the stage to meet the teacher that nominated them. The identity of the teacher who did the nominating was kept secret until the program.

The Renaissance program at Pattonville High School encourages a commitment to academic excellence based upon recognition of academic performance, attendance, citizenship, and improvement. The program recognizes students and staff with various incentives throughout the year.

Below is a slideshow of the event:

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