On Tuesday, June 13, Mayor Miller and City Council honored the Safety Patrols from Evergreen Avenue Elementary School, Walnut Street Elementary School, and West End Memorial Elementary School for participating in the 2022-2023 School Safety Patrol Program and helping keep their classmates safe.
All of the Safeties were presented with a Certificate of Commendation signed by Woodbury City Police Chief Thomas Ryan and Mayor Kyle Miller. Captian Kelli Marro handed out the Certificate of Commendation along with a Safety Patrol Pin. You can view the Ceremony Program here.
Thank you to the Woodbury City Public School District for helping us celebrate all of our Safety Patrols and to School Board Members Catherine Kaiser, Summer Smith, Eric Hill, Chris Gilmore and Elizabeth McIlvaine who all attended the ceremony
An additional thank you to the County of Gloucester for allowing us to utilize their Ceremonial Chambers for the Ceremony, and made it possible to host all of the students, family members, teachers and administrators.
Evergreen Avenue Elementary School Safety Patrol
Evergreen Avenue Elementary School Safety Patrol members with Councilwoman Carter, Councilman Hagerty, Councilwoman Harwell, Councilperson Miller, Mayor Miller, Councilman Johnson, Assistant Principal Ellen Grimes and Captian Marro.
Walnut Street Elementary School Safety Patrol
Walnut Street Elementary School Safety Patrol members with Councilman Hagerty, Councilwoman Carter, Mayor Miller, Council President Fleming, Councilperson Miller, 4th/5th Grade Teacher Colin Finnigan, Councilwoman Harwell, Walnut Principal, Dr. Jeff Adams, Councilman Johnson and Captian Marro.
West End Memorial Elementary School Safety Patrol
West End Memorial Elementary School Safety Patrol members with Councilman Hagerty, Councilwoman Carter, Mayor Miller, Council President Fleming, Councilperson Miller, Councilwoman Harwell, Councilman Johnson and Captian Marro.
Group Photo of All Safety Patrols