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USDOE announce a James Wood Senior as a Presidential Scholar

United States Department of Education (USDOE) announced by email that a Frederick County Public School (FCPS) student is a U.S. Presidential Scholar.

James Wood High School student Olivia Judd has been named to the 2024 U.S. Presidential Scholar program.

Judd is one of 161 outstanding American High School Seniors that shows academic achievement among other attributes and contributes to school and community.

According to the email U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona made the announcement and noted that Judd’s appointment and all the students selected represent the best of our nation’s schools.

The Secretary went on to say that these students inspire hope in the bright future of this country.

Each student selected for the honor is offered the opportunity to name the teacher that influenced them the most.

Judd chose Carrie Boswell as her biggest influence at James Wood High School.

Now Boswell will receive a personal letter from the Secretary of Education.

All students selected in 2024 will be recognized this summer in an online program to be announced.

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