Bucks County District Attorney to be Inducted Into William Tennent High School’s Academics Hall of Fame

Matt Weintraub
Image via Friends of Matt Weintraub.
The District Attorney graduated from the school district in the late-1980s.

Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub will be inducted into William Tennent High School’s Academics Hall of Fame on May 17, writes Dino Ciliberti for the Warminster Patch.

He is one of the six inductees who will be recognized at the 7 PM ceremony. A welcome reception will take place at 6 PM.

Weintraub, who was a member of the Class of 1986, is going to be inducted by Centennial School District school board member Charles Martin.

The Hall of Fame recognizes alumni who have achieved significant success as well as individuals who have made significant contributions in academia, athletics, or the arts during their tenure with the Centennial School District or in association with it.

“Your induction into the Academic Hall of Fame is a testament to your hard work, perseverance, and commitment to excellence,” said Schools Superintendent Dana Bedden.

“You have demonstrated exceptional academic skills, leadership abilities, and personal qualities that have set you apart from your peers and have made you a role model for others to emulate.”

Read more about Matt Weintraub in the Warminster Patch.


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