Patchogue Medford Congress of Teachers Student Citizen Awards 2021

The Patchogue-Medford Congress of Teachers (PMCT) is proud to present to you the elite students that were selected to receive the student citizen award this year. As we celebrate our 25th year of honoring the remarkable students in our district, we are still faced with the challenges of Covid-19. However, our dedicated teachers found unique and special ways to celebrate the winners this year. These students embody leadership, responsibility, effort, scholarship and citizenship. The students awarded with this award are known to be role models to their peers and community. We look forward to seeing the success of these students as they continue their educational journey through the Patchogue-Medford School district.

Congratulations to our students and their families on winning such a distinguished award!

2018 Student Citizen Awards

The 22nd Annual PMCT Student Citizen Awards were held on April 30, 2018 in the Saxton Middle School Auditorium. The ceremony began with the PM JROTC presenting the colors. PMCT President, Beth Warnken, then welcomed all the students, parents, teachers and staff to the event. Student Citizen Awards Chairperson, Kathleen Murphy and Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Michael Hynes, also addressed the audience. Ms. Christy Reinert and Mr. James Browning accompanied by Mr. Carl Hottinger wowed the audience with inspirational songs from Disney shows. The PMHS Jazz Ensemble lead by Mr. Stephen Mahr also performed a great medley that topped off a perfect night.

Every PMCT member was involved in the selection of the student award winners. Students were chosen by their teachers based on the qualities teachers value most: responsibility, scholarship, citizenship, leadership and effort.

Mrs. Kathleen Murphy, the chairperson for the awards night, said: “The 22st annual Student Citizen Award Ceremony was a great success. It is a pleasure to honor our students who exemplify the characteristics of Citizenship, Scholarship, Responsibility, Effort and Leadership. I look forward to witnessing the success of these students as they learn and grow in the Patchogue Medford Community.”

Congratulations to all our winners!!

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