The Donoho School Founder's Day

The Donoho School celebrates 51 years of building its students for collegiate pursuit.Today was the annual Founder’s Day Program for the school. Former and current students, faculty, and local supporters joined together to ceremoniously remember the establishing principles. Donoho’s Head of School, Dr. James Hutchins, says the school is still adhering to the founding values.2007 Donoho School Alumnus and Outstanding Young Alumnus award recipient, Vaughn Stewart, III, says today was important to him because his two grandparents were among the founders.Outstanding Alumnus and Ward 1 Anniston City Councilman Jay Jenkins, says he feels honored to be among the individuals recognized, today. He adds that his older sister is a past awardee and that makes the day more special. He says today’s activities are part of the family-oriented environment The Donoho School generates. Today’s ceremony recognized Outstanding Alumna and Alumnus, Outstanding Young Alumna and Alumnus, and Director Emeritus Recognition. The Donoho School enrolls more than 400 students in grades PK-12. And, it is located in Anniston, Alabama.

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