Take a Vet to School Day Celebrated

Veterans Day

Students prepare to welcome veterans to Walt Whitman Middle School. Veterans include Ryan Steinbach (cane), Brian Namkung (Asian-American), Juanita Mullen (Native American woman), and Renaee (cq) Allen (African America woman). Greeters include Dr. Libby O’Connell, Mike Leone and Jessica Carver (Cox), Ruth Woods (assistant principal in hat) and Jean Bell (principal in red suit and hat).

Veterans Day

Students welcome World War II veteran Alice Dixon, 102, to Walt Whitman Middle School. Veterans include Ryan Steinbach (cane), Brian Namkung (Asian-American), Juanita Mullen (Native American woman), and Renaee (cq) Allen (African America woman). Greeters include Dr. Libby O’Connell, Mike Leone and Jessica Carver (Cox), Ruth Woods (assistant principal in hat) and Jean Bell (principal in red suit and hat).

Veterans Day

Students welcome Renaee Allen, Gulf War Veteran, to Walt Whitman Middle School.

All photos by Lisa Nipp for THE HISTORY CHANNEL

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