Watertown City School District Distinguished Alumni Hall of Achievement
The Hall, which is housed at Case Middle School, serves to recognize and celebrate the achievements of Watertown High School graduates who have attained a high level of distinction in their personal and/or professional lives and who represent positive role models for students of the district.
At the public induction ceremony, the inductees are honored, then plaques are placed on the wall.
To see all of the past winners, please reference the links on the left-hand side.
If you have any questions, call the District Office at (315) 785-3705
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUGUST 10, 2020
The Watertown City School District Hall of Achievement Committee announces that it is extending its timeframe to accept nominations for candidates for induction. "COVID-19 understandably made our work especially challenging. We believe that remaining flexible while extending the time period will help ensure that everyone interested in participating has the opportunity. Also, by moving the induction event to late next spring we are hopeful that we will be able to celebrate the new inductees in person," said Rande Richardson, committee chair.
Updated 2O20-21 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI HALL OF ACHIEVEMENT FORM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 11, 2020
Beginning today, the Watertown City School District Hall of Achievement Committee is seeking nominations for candidates for induction in 2020. The Hall of Achievement was established in 2001 “to recognize and celebrate the achievements of Watertown High School graduates by honoring those who have attained a high level of distinction in their lives and provide positive role models for students of the District.” To date, 51 graduates have been inducted, with the last group being named in 2014. The plaques for each inductee are located in the lobby area of Case Middle School.
SEEKING NOMINATIONS FOR 2020 CRITERIA & FORM