Sussex Central accepting Hall of Fame nominations

GEORGETOWN – Sussex Central High School is currently accepting nominations for its Hall of Fame.

Nominations will be accepted through Friday, Feb. 19, 2016.

The school’s Hall of Fame Committee will review nominations in March and the induction ceremony will be held in November 2016.

Anyone may nominate a graduate of Sussex Central High School for induction into the Hall of Fame.

Hall of Fame nominees must be a 2009 graduate or earlier.

Outstanding individuals who graduated from SCHS since the first graduating class of 1969 and who have distinguished themselves in their chosen field of endeavor or in service to the community, state or nation may be nominated.

Nomination forms are available at irsd.net (click on “Popular Links” at top right). Forms may be sent to the school by mail, e-mail or fax using the following information:

Nominations may be submitted by mail: Ms. Kelly DeLeon, Sussex Central High School, 26026 Patriots Way, Georgetown, DE 19947; by Fax: (302) 934-3234 (Attention: K. DeLeon) or by e-mail: kelly.deleon@irsd.k12.de.us.

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SCHS Hall of Fame Members

(Induction year at left)

1990: Bruce Rogers, Joseph Booth.

1991: Ileana Smith, Lynda Johnson, Cheryl Hedtke.

1992: Kevin Short, Mike DeLeon.

1993: Barbara Jackson, Ralph Richardson III.

1994: Alan Ellingsworth, Kenneth Clark Jr., Ivan Neal.

1995: Julie Ann Gregg McCade, Charles Hudson.

1996: John Young, Neal Hitchens.

1998: Grier White, Terry Megee, Cathy Hudson Gorman.

2000: William Baxter.

2002: Mark Murray.

2013: Carlos Barbosa, Robert Ruffin, Chad Spicer (posthumously), Deborah Windett.

2014: Dr. David Carter, James Hudson, Dr. Aimee Parker, Dr. Loriann White (posthumously).

2015: Ruth Briggs King, Deon Jackson, C. Russell McCabe, Cathy Unruh, Markishia Wise.

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