Honoring veteransBoth Woodbury High School and Valley Crossing Community held Veterans Day celebrations at the schools.
By: Amber Kispert-Smith, Woodbury Bulletin
Woodbury schools honored veterans last week with ceremonies.
Both Woodbury High School and Valley Crossing Community held Veterans Day celebrations at the schools.
Valley Crossing’s ceremony, which was held Nov.10, featured the color guard of Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts, singing patriotic songs, a Skype visit from Afghanistan by, who is also the parent of a former Valley Crossing student.
The ceremony featured guest speaker, Bob Livingston, who is a US military veteran and member of the Washington County Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network.
Students were invited to bring a family member or friend who is a veteran to attend the ceremony and be recognized for their service.
Students also recognized veterans by writing the names of family or friends who have served in the military on red, white and blue paper stars which adorned the hallway.
During WHS’ ceremony, held on Veterans Day Nov. 11, the Junior Air Force ROTC presented the flag as well as performed a flag folding ceremony. The flag was than presented to a representative from the Woodbury American Legion.