Shorewood High School Celebrates Its Notable Alumni

Graduates who have made significant strides in life ranging from a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient to the Madison chief of police were recognized during a student assembly Friday.

Shorewood High School graduates who have made significant strides in life were recognized during a student assembly Friday.

The ceremony was part of Shorewood's Tradition of Excellence Day, recognizing distinguished alumni.

The honorees included Ben Salomon, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient; Marcia Spector, an innovator in the field of education; Noble Wray, chief of police in Madison; Sumaiya Hamdani, expert and founder of the Department of Islamic studies at George Mason University; and political analysts, experts and brothers Daniel and Jonathan Schnur. Also honored will be inspirational history/political science teacher from 1967 to 1999, Sonja Ivanovich.

For more information on the Shorewood's Tradition of Excellence Award winners, visit the district's website.

Cary Silverstein March 31, 2012 at 12:33 AM
Congratulations to Dan & Jon Schnur. You reversed the brothers in the photos. Dan is the Republican and Jon is the Democrat. Yoy need to reverse the captions. Uncle Cary & Aunt Susan Silverstein
Carol McWade March 31, 2012 at 02:06 PM
You also have the wrong name on Sonja Ivanovich's photo (History/Political Science Teacher, 1967 – 1999). Marcia Spector was the School Board president, not Sonja.
Adam W. McCoy March 31, 2012 at 04:07 PM
Sorry guys, I made the corrections.
Carol McWade April 02, 2012 at 04:08 PM
Again, Sonja was not the school board president. The caption still says she was.


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