Miami Trace honor veterans Friday morning


On Friday morning, veterans from all over Fayette County were welcomed and thanked with the annual Miami Trace Veterans Day Breakfast and Program at Miami Trace High School. MT Superintendent David Lewis greeted veterans during the breakfast.


The Miami Trace Symphonic Choir performed the “Star Spangled Banner” and honored veterans with “Because of the Brave.”


Ed Helt, Americanism Chairman of the American Legion Post 25, announced the highest scores on the Americanism Test, which allows students to show their knowledge of the country on a 50-question test to win a few prizes, including McDonald’s gift cards courtesy of Nick Epifano and the McDonald’s Restaurants of Fayette County. Sophomores Nicholas Foody and Olivia Wolfe held the highest scores for their class as well as the highest score for sophomores in the county.


Juniors Jordan Bernard and Dylan Page held the highest scores for their class as well as for juniors in the county. Page took the additional honor of receiving the highest score of all students who took the test in the county.


Seniors Bradleigh Justice and Todd Peterson held the highest scores for their class as well as for seniors in the county.


On Friday morning, veterans from all over Fayette County were welcomed and thanked with the annual Miami Trace Veterans Day Breakfast and Program at Miami Trace High School. MT Superintendent David Lewis greeted veterans during the breakfast.

The Miami Trace Symphonic Choir performed the “Star Spangled Banner” and honored veterans with “Because of the Brave.”

Ed Helt, Americanism Chairman of the American Legion Post 25, announced the highest scores on the Americanism Test, which allows students to show their knowledge of the country on a 50-question test to win a few prizes, including McDonald’s gift cards courtesy of Nick Epifano and the McDonald’s Restaurants of Fayette County. Sophomores Nicholas Foody and Olivia Wolfe held the highest scores for their class as well as the highest score for sophomores in the county.

Juniors Jordan Bernard and Dylan Page held the highest scores for their class as well as for juniors in the county. Page took the additional honor of receiving the highest score of all students who took the test in the county.

Seniors Bradleigh Justice and Todd Peterson held the highest scores for their class as well as for seniors in the county.

On Friday morning, veterans from all over Fayette County were welcomed and thanked with the annual Miami Trace Veterans Day Breakfast and Program at Miami Trace High School. MT Superintendent David Lewis greeted veterans during the breakfast.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/11/web1_IMG_9961.jpgOn Friday morning, veterans from all over Fayette County were welcomed and thanked with the annual Miami Trace Veterans Day Breakfast and Program at Miami Trace High School. MT Superintendent David Lewis greeted veterans during the breakfast.

The Miami Trace Symphonic Choir performed the “Star Spangled Banner” and honored veterans with “Because of the Brave.”
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/11/web1_IMG_9973.jpgThe Miami Trace Symphonic Choir performed the “Star Spangled Banner” and honored veterans with “Because of the Brave.”

Ed Helt, Americanism Chairman of the American Legion Post 25, announced the highest scores on the Americanism Test, which allows students to show their knowledge of the country on a 50-question test to win a few prizes, including McDonald’s gift cards courtesy of Nick Epifano and the McDonald’s Restaurants of Fayette County. Sophomores Nicholas Foody and Olivia Wolfe held the highest scores for their class as well as the highest score for sophomores in the county.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/11/web1_IMG_9981.jpgEd Helt, Americanism Chairman of the American Legion Post 25, announced the highest scores on the Americanism Test, which allows students to show their knowledge of the country on a 50-question test to win a few prizes, including McDonald’s gift cards courtesy of Nick Epifano and the McDonald’s Restaurants of Fayette County. Sophomores Nicholas Foody and Olivia Wolfe held the highest scores for their class as well as the highest score for sophomores in the county.

Juniors Jordan Bernard and Dylan Page held the highest scores for their class as well as for juniors in the county. Page took the additional honor of receiving the highest score of all students who took the test in the county.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/11/web1_IMG_9982.jpgJuniors Jordan Bernard and Dylan Page held the highest scores for their class as well as for juniors in the county. Page took the additional honor of receiving the highest score of all students who took the test in the county.

Seniors Bradleigh Justice and Todd Peterson held the highest scores for their class as well as for seniors in the county.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/11/web1_IMG_9983.jpgSeniors Bradleigh Justice and Todd Peterson held the highest scores for their class as well as for seniors in the county.