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BHS Honors Breakfast Tradition Continues--Times Four

Students Honors Breakfast

The Honors Breakfast is a Boardman Spartan Tradition, but instead of one event with more than 700 students from grades 9-12 in the cafeteria at once--this year it will happen four times with a morning dedicated to each grade.  Seniors who achieved a 3.5 GPA or better for the first semester were honored Monday, March 8.  

Twenty seven “First In Class” were also recognized, for earning a perfect 4.0 GPA for their entire High School experience.  

District Administrators including Superintendent Tim Saxton, Curriculum Director Jared Cardillo, and West Elementary Principal Al Cervello dished out the food in one line, while Boardman community leaders like Police Chief Todd Werth, Detective Mike Sweeney, and BHS Resource officer Paul Poulos along with School Board President Vickie Davis manned the second line.

Breakfast this year was Spartan Scrambled Egg Muffins with triangle potatoes, and fresh mixed fruit.  Tuesday, March 9 will honor juniors, Wednesday, March 10 will honor sophomores, and Thursday, March 11 will honor freshmen.   

Mr. Saxton, Principal Cervello and Curriculum Dir. Jared Cardillo serve breakfast senior Ethan Andersen seniors in line for breakfastAndrew Schrembeck and Ryan Sweder are among 27 first in classRaegan Burkey and Alayna Cuevas Board President Vickie Davis, Chief Werth, Det. Sweeney and Ofc. Poulos





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