Honoring our Heroes
from Keshequa Central School
Our Special Display Cases
at Keshequa Central
Our School currently is honoring
the soldiers and sailors from Keshequa with two display cases.
The Displays were created
by Mrs. Clancy (Keshequa Staff member and parent of a soldier),
the Star Committee and the Nunda Area Veteran's Team, in cooperation
with the Middle School Student Council, the Library Media Center
and the Keshequa School Administration.
This display case is dedicated to the men
and women in the Armed Forces who were former students at Keshequa.
The display includes the names of our soldiers and sailors, along
with some photographs. Information regarding the individual alumni
and upcoming events are also posted in the display case.
The Display is located in the Middle School
Area across from the Computer Lab door. Visitors are welcome
to see the case during normal school hours. Please enter at the
District Office (old bus circle.)
| The display
includes a patriotic and military memorabilia and information
regarding individual soldiers. Any upcoming school events related
to these veteran will also be posted.
and other relatives of the soldiers and sailors are invited to
provided photographs of their sons and daughters for the display
| Our other
display cases are located in the Library Media Center. These
cases continue the individual flags that were dedicated to each
soldier or sailor at our school assembly on April 8th. These
flags will remain on display until they are given to the individual
when he or she returns home.
| The Cases
also continue posters signed by Keshequa Students for their Heroes.
More flags will be added as we learn more names!
Special April 8th assembly
See a list of Soldiers and Sailors from Keshequa Central
more about the Nunda Area Veteran's Team
| The Flags
are on display during regular school hours, please enter at the
nearby District Office entrance. Families are invited to place
small items or framed photographs with their flag. Families should
also notify the School when their Hero returns home!
This web page was created
by the Nunda Area Veteran's Team. We thank the Nunda Historical
Society for providing these pages on the Nunda History website!
Go to the
Main Page of Nunda History.org!