Woodward Hall of Fame Officers
Chairman: Ed Mueller, Class of 1962
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Donations as of 2013: We have awarded $274,500 in scholarships to deserving Woodward graduates!
The Woodward High School Hall of Fame Association is organized for two main purposes.
The first is honoring and awarding past Woodward High School graduates for outstanding accomplishments in life, or, to honor and award past graduates and/or individuals who have provided exemplary service to Calvin M. Woodward High School.
The second is promoting achievement at Woodward High School and awarding scholarships to worthy Woodward seniors.
Most Hall of Fame organizations only do the first, but we are very proud of the fact that we are able to do both because of the generosity of our Woodward family. Our supporters have true dedication and commitment to Woodward High School.
Next year is the 32nd Anniversary of the Woodward High School Hall of Fame. The induction dinner is set for Inverness in April 2014 with the specific date to be announced soon.
2010 marked the beginning of a new chapter in the saga of Woodward High School. The new building opened in the fall of 2010 so the “hallowed halls” we walked are now gone forever.
Woodward sponsored two Summer Alumni Dances under the stars at Centennial Terrace. Proceeds were used toward the Woodward Track Fund. This year, the event will be on August 10, 2013. It is a wonderful chance to see many old friends and classmates.
For more information go to Woodward Polar Bears on Facebook and at www.whspolarbearalumni.com.
Woodward High School Hall of Fame Honors Veterans
The Calvin M. Woodward High School Hall of Fame Committee is pleased to announce that a special recognition took place during the 28th annual Woodward Hall of Fame Induction Banquet on April 17, 2010. Woodward High School graduates and former students who lost their lives or remain missing in action while serving our country from 1920 to the present were honored. The names of veterans currently identified for recognition are listed in this link. If there are any errors or omissions, please contact Barney Tompkins at 419.482.9979. Our own Stan Czerminski cleaned and restored the original plaque from the old building and Woodward Hall of Fame commissioned a new one with the additional names on it. Both will be displayed in the new building. Stan is also working on the Victory Bell and the Polar Bear before their move to the new building.