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Farber Recognition

A NORTON COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HAS RECEIVED A STATE AWARD FROM THE UNITED SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF KANSAS.  MARIAH FARBER  HAS RECEIVED THE DALE DENNIS EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARD.  NCHS PRINCIPAL RUDY PEREZ ANNOUNCED THAT FARBER HAS DEMONSTRATED THE CHARACTERISTICS NECESSARY TO RECEIVE THIS ANNUAL AWARD.  IT IS GIVEN TO HONOR ONE OF KANSAS’ EDUCATIONAL LEADERS.  RECIPIENTS OF THIS AWARD ARE THOSE WHO HAVE DISPLAYED THE CITIZENSHIP, COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL SERVICE, SCHOLARSHIP AND COMMON SENSE CHARACTERISTICS THAT MAKE THEM A QUALITY INDIVIDUAL.  THE DALE M. DENNIS EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARD WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1996 BY KANSAS SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS TO HONOR THE LONG AND VALUABLE SERVICE THAT DALE DENNIS HAS PROVIDED TO KANSAS EDUCATION.  THE INDIVIDUAL ATTRIBUTES THAT CHARACTERIZE DALE M. DENNIS AS A FRIEND OF EDUCATION, AND MORE IMPORTANTLY AS A FIRST CLASS CITIZEN, ARE THE BASIS FOR DETERMINING THE RECIPIENT O THIS AWARD.  DENNIS IS THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF THE KANSAS STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.  MARIAH FARBER IS THE RECIPIENT OF THE DALE DENNIS EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARD FOR THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2012.