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Jordan Recognizes Schultz Elementary for Receiving a Presidential Award for Exceptional Performance

September 9, 2021
Kris Jordan News
Photo: Representative Kris Jordan (R-Ostrander), center, is joined by Schultz Elementary School students (left to right) Max Woodruff, Alexander Emmons, Aurora Larson, Adalynn Singleton, Kaitlyn Brooks, Conner Bower and Bailey Chappell, as well as Principal Travis Woodworth (left), Superintendent Heidi Kegley (center) and LMC Assistant Rose Long (right).
Photo: Representative Kris Jordan (R-Ostrander), center, is joined by Schultz Elementary School students (left to right) Max Woodruff, Alexander Emmons, Aurora Larson, Adalynn Singleton, Kaitlyn Brooks, Conner Bower and Bailey Chappell, as well as Principal Travis Woodworth (left), Superintendent Heidi Kegley (center) and LMC Assistant Rose Long (right).

DELAWARE –State Representative Kris Jordan (R-Ostrander) presented Schultz Elementary School in Delaware County an official commendation from the Ohio House of Representatives for receiving the President’s Award for Exceptional Performance from Scholastic Book Fairs.  

“Book fairs and high quality libraries are essential foundational elements to a strong education” said Jordan. “I’m proud of Schultz Elementary and Delaware City Schools for being recognized for this excellent academic achievement.” 

Schultz Elementary competed against hundreds of other scholastic book fairs across the country for the award. The school was recognized for their student engagement in the virtual book fair and student interest in books and reading. Only ten schools won an award in various categories.

Jordan presented the commendation to Travis Woodworth, the Schultz Elementary School Principle; Rose Long, the school’s Media Specialist; and Heidi Kegley, Superintendent of Delaware City Schools. 

As a result of this honor, Schultz will receive award funds to spend on its library collection.