Former teacher honored

In June, the Walton Central School District recognized a long-time teacher in the Walton Central School District. 
Douglas Bartlett Appreciation Day was held in honor of the teacher who led students from 1962-1990, teaching classes such as metal shop and introduction to electricity.
Bartlett and his wife Barbara were at the school and recognized, as well as honored with having a new building named in his honor. The building – a shed that will be used with the agricultural program at Walton and built by one of Sal Salvia’s classes – was unveiled during the day as well. 
Bartlett was also honored by a former student, who created a graduation scholarship this year in his name. 
For photos from the day, please see below. 
Douglas Bartlett Appreciation Day 
From left: Interim Superintendent Larry Thomas, Douglas Bartlett, Barbara Bartlett, and Board of Education President Ronda Williams.  
Douglas Bartlett Appreciation Day 
Pictured on ground (from left): WCS Board of Education President Williams, Sal Salvia, Chyler Barnes, Brendan Barlow, Interim Superintendent Larry Thomas, Douglas Bartlett, Tracer Howland (sitting on ladder), Garrett Johnson, Ty Lambrecht, and Walton Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Jane O’Shea. On roof (from left): Jaden Carman, Dustin Copeland, and Gage Lambert. Missing: Aiden Kilmurray, Ashton Scofield, Isaac Wright, Aron Burr, and Colin Lynch.
Cutting the ribbon 
Cutting the ribbon.  
Cutting the ribbon 
Cutting the ribbon.
The sign on the shed 
 The sign on the shed.

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