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Adam Holland

The nominating period is open for the 2021 La Porte ISD Distinguished Alumni and Citizen class.

Founded in 2018, the awards pay tribute to alumni and community members who serve(d) as models to inspire and challenge today’s students.

The Distinguished Alumni Award is open to any individual who graduated from La Porte High School, Viola DeWalt High School or George Washington Carver High School no fewer than 10 years prior to the nomination. The Distinguished Alumni Award also is open to individuals who were employed by LPISD or who served on the LPISD Board of Trustees.

Awards for alumni will be given for achievement in various fields of service which include, but are not limited to, the arts, athletics, business, education, entertainment, law, medicine, the military, music, philanthropy, politics, public service, religion, scholarship, and science.

A Distinguished Citizen Award recipient must be a resident or work within La Porte ISD or have made a significant impact on La Porte ISD. A recipient must be distinguished in his or her business, profession, life work or other worthy endeavors, and must be an individual of such integrity, stature and demonstrated ability that the award will reflect honor on the school district and create a sense of pride among the members of the community.

All nominations are due by 4:30 p.m. on April 30, 2021. The nomination form can be found here or picked up at the LPISD Administration Building, 1002 San Jacinto St.