Key School to honor veteran teachers by planting a row of trees Thursday

April 15, 1996

Key School will honor 11 veteran teachers at an Earth Day celebration by planting a row of maple trees on campus.

For more than 15 years, fourth-graders at the Annapolis private school have planted a tree to mark their graduation from Lower School to Middle School.

As part of the school's 25th anniversary celebration of its first graduating class, this year's fourth-grade class will plant 11 trees to recognize faculty members who have taught at least 15 years.

The ceremony will be held Thursday at the school, 534 Hillsmere Drive.

The teachers are: Martin Beadle of Annapolis, 23 years; Whitall Clevenger of Owings, 17 years; Susan Dapkunas of Annapolis, 16 years; Katherine Haas of Annapolis, 22 years; Sue Hood of Arnold, 16 years; Sandy Kowalczuk of Annapolis, 15 years; Emily Legum of Annapolis, 19 years; Mary Jane Milner of Annapolis, 20 years; Gretchen Nyland of Arnold, 26 years; Susan Philp of Annapolis, 27 years; and Bonnie Ulrich of Arnold, 17 years.

Pub Date: 4/15/96

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