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May 21, 2013 > Pathways to Success

Pathways to Success

Submitted By New Haven Unified Schools Foundation, Photo by Russell Foote Photography

Sixty-four New Haven Unified student scholars were recognized at the annual New Haven Schools Foundation's (NHSF) Pathways to Success Luncheon on April 19. A special thank you goes to Vida Blue, the San Francisco Giants organization and Sharlene Mansfield for making Vida's attendance possible. Further thanks go to our event sponsors: Kaiser Permanente (Gold level), Tri-CED Community Recycling (Gold level), Nat'l Electrical Contractors Association (Silver level), I.B.E.W (Silver level), Emerald Packaging (Silver level), Pacific West Gymnastics (Bronze level), KPDT Enterprises LLC (Bronze level) and Carpenter's Union Local 713 (Community level).

Additionally, the Foundation recognizes the ongoing support of our Business Community Partners: Masonic Homes of California, Tri-CED Community Recycling, Wells Fargo Bank Foundation, and Fremont Bank. NHSF extends our appreciation to the Hilton Newark/Fremont Hotel, Tom's Flowers, and Russell Foote Photography. (For pictures from the event, please visit and search for "Pathways to Success Scholarship Luncheon.")

The Foundation was especially pleased to announce that this year's scholarship recipients had over 18,000 combined community service hours and gave special recognition to Jennifer Au, Evelyn Dias, and Cindy Nguyen, who each served over 1,000 community service hours during their high school careers.

The Foundation would like to thank all of our individual scholarship sponsors for supporting these deserving students and to the students we say, "Good job and good luck!"

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