SPOKANE, Wash. - Two local elementary school students were chosen for the 2018 AAA School Safety Patrol Hall of Fame for their dedication to safety, community stewardship, and leadership.
Peyton Lemmon from Moran Prairie Elementary and Nina Stevenson from Lincoln Heights Elementary were chosen as two of the top ten patrollers in Washington.
The students will be honored in an awards ceremony held before a Seattle Mariners game on Friday, May 4, at Safeco Field.
The award is given to top patrollers from schools across Washington each year.
Patrollers are evaluated based on their commitment to traffic safety, citizenship, leadership skills, and contributions to school safety patrol programs. This year, the panel evaluated more than 40 nominations.
Terri Marshall, school safety patrol advisor at Poulsbo Elementary in Poulsbo will also be recognized as the seventh annual AAA School Safety Patrol Advisor of the Year.
2018 AAA School Safety Patrol Hall of Fame Inductees
Hailey Anderson – Sunset Elementary – Vancouver
Tre’Von Blake – Image Elementary – Vancouver
Brody Boness – Ritzville Grade School – Ritzville
Logan Eash – Oak Harbor Intermediate – Oak Harbor
Rowan Evans – Forest View Elementary – Everett
Leah Hulslander – Highland Terrace Elementary – Shoreline
Peyton Lemmon – Moran Prairie Elementary – Spokane
Jacob Poletski – Tapteal Elementary – West Richland
Nina Stevenson – Lincoln Heights Elementary – Spokane
Caden Taylor – La Center Elementary – La Center
AAA School Safety Patrol Advisor of the Year:
Terri Marshall – Poulsbo Elementary School - Poulsbo
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