Recent Topeka High School grad Jack Hishmeh received the SuAnn Big Crow Memorial Award at the National Education Association's Human and Civil Rights awards ceremony in Denver last month. Click on the link below to watch the video documenting his incredible accomplishments and gracious acceptance speech.
We are so proud of this young man, and appreciate all he has done for
Topeka High School, Topeka Public Schools, and most importantly, his
Congratulations, Jack--- you're truly an inspiration!
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