Burns awarded 52nd Christman


Recent Washington High School graduate Rayana Burns receives a plaque and a $500 scholarship from the Record-Herald and St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor Thursday, June 18, 2020. Late last month, Burns was named the recipient of the 52nd-annual Christman Award. Burns is joined by her parents, Richard and Shawna Burns, and Candis Conley, representing St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor. The Christman Award has been presented annually since 1969. It exemplifies excellence in academics, athletics and leadership. Burns was chosen for the award from a field of 30 nominees from Washington High School, Miami Trace High School and Fayette Christian School.

Recent Washington High School graduate Rayana Burns receives a plaque and a $500 scholarship from the Record-Herald and St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor Thursday, June 18, 2020. Late last month, Burns was named the recipient of the 52nd-annual Christman Award. Burns is joined by her parents, Richard and Shawna Burns, and Candis Conley, representing St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor. The Christman Award has been presented annually since 1969. It exemplifies excellence in academics, athletics and leadership. Burns was chosen for the award from a field of 30 nominees from Washington High School, Miami Trace High School and Fayette Christian School.


Recent Washington High School graduate Rayana Burns receives a plaque and a $500 scholarship from the Record-Herald and St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor Thursday, June 18, 2020. Late last month, Burns was named the recipient of the 52nd-annual Christman Award. Burns is joined by her parents, Richard and Shawna Burns, and Candis Conley, representing St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor. The Christman Award has been presented annually since 1969. It exemplifies excellence in academics, athletics and leadership. Burns was chosen for the award from a field of 30 nominees from Washington High School, Miami Trace High School and Fayette Christian School.

Recent Washington High School graduate Rayana Burns receives a plaque and a $500 scholarship from the Record-Herald and St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor Thursday, June 18, 2020. Late last month, Burns was named the recipient of the 52nd-annual Christman Award. Burns is joined by her parents, Richard and Shawna Burns, and Candis Conley, representing St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor. The Christman Award has been presented annually since 1969. It exemplifies excellence in academics, athletics and leadership. Burns was chosen for the award from a field of 30 nominees from Washington High School, Miami Trace High School and Fayette Christian School.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/06/web1_Rayana-Burns-with-Christman-plaque-and-check-presentation-6-18-2020.jpgRecent Washington High School graduate Rayana Burns receives a plaque and a $500 scholarship from the Record-Herald and St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor Thursday, June 18, 2020. Late last month, Burns was named the recipient of the 52nd-annual Christman Award. Burns is joined by her parents, Richard and Shawna Burns, and Candis Conley, representing St. Catherine’s Manor/Court House Manor. The Christman Award has been presented annually since 1969. It exemplifies excellence in academics, athletics and leadership. Burns was chosen for the award from a field of 30 nominees from Washington High School, Miami Trace High School and Fayette Christian School.