Dr. Suzanne Knight, principal at Dr. Phillips High School (DPHS), recently hosted members of the Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips during national education week and in conjunction with Teach-In 2015. The group was invited to a weekly breakfast meeting, where Knight spoke about the school’s renovation as well as the year’s athletic and academic success. She then invited each member to be a guest speaker for the day at the Teach-In.
While the Rotary Club was at DPHS, President RuthAnn DiLauri presented several awards to the school’s art contest winners. Kevin Mila won first place and a $300 prize, Valeria Herrera won second place and a $200 prize, and Sarah Pender won third place and a $100 prize. Runner-up awards were presented to Trent Doyle, Talayia Snell and Angelo Silcchia. Each runner-up was given a $25 prize for their efforts.