Wednesday, October 29, 2008

School officials earn Shattuck Awards

The Boston Municipal Research Bureau last night presented Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Awards to eight City of Boston employees who go "above and beyond" to serve the people of Boston. In a ceremony at the World Trade Center, the Bureau also honored three civic leaders from the private and non-profit sectors as City Champions. Pictured here with Superintendent Carol R. Johnson (far left) are three Shattuck winners who work in or with the Boston Public Schools: left to right, Richard Jacobs, BPS Director of Transportation; Martha Pierce, Education Advisor to Mayor Thomas M. Menino; and Robert "Doc" Handy, Community Field Coordinator at the Boston Arts Academy. Read about all of the honorees (PDF).

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