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Award recipients announced at Lower School closing exercises
Award recipients announced at Lower School closing exercises
During Haverford School Lower School closing exercises on June 5, awards were presented to outstanding students. The Edward I. Haupt Memorial Award recognizes improvement in reading in first and second grades. The Ben W. Malone '93 Citizenship Award is awarded to the most outstanding citizen of second grade. The William "Will" A. Corey '08 Positive Attitude Award is presented to the student, chosen from the upper two grades, who best exemplifies the determination which will not permit him to quit, however rough the going may be whether in studies, on the playground, or in striving for general improvement. The Davis R. Parker Award is awarded in fifth grade for outstanding interest and enthusiasm in social studies. The Haverford Citizenship Award is awarded to the most outstanding citizen of the class. The Marie Tyler Memorial Award is awarded to the most outstanding student of the class.

Award winners
The Edward I. Haupt Memorial Award – first-grader Tucker Espenshade and second-grader Mac Tryon
The Ben W. Malone '93 Citizenship Award – second-grader Shane Goldberg
The William "Will" A. Corey '08 Positive Attitude Award – fourth-grader Max Li
The Haverford Citizenship Award – fifth-grader Connor Nolen
The Davis R. Parker Award – fifth-grader Jackson Raleigh
The Marie Tyler Memorial Award – fifth-grader Christopher Schwarting
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