Campus & Community

CSV honors volunteers with Mack Davis Awards

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Cambridge School Volunteers Inc. (CSV) honored approximately 1,000 of its volunteers who served in kindergarten through grade 12 of the Cambridge Public Schools during the 2002-03 school year at a reception hosted at the Harvard Faculty Club on May 7. Together, these volunteers provided more than 55,000 hours of individualized academic services to Cambridge youth. After a welcome by Andrew J. Bernstein, CSV board president, Mayor Michael A. Sullivan, and Cambridge Public Schools’ Valerie G. Spriggs, CSV Executive Director Jennifer Singh awarded certificates to those who had volunteered for four, 10, and 15 years.

Awards honoring the late Mack I. Davis II, a Harvard administrator with an extraordinary record of public service, including membership on the CSV board of directors, were presented to Louise Adler (Cambridge Rindge and Latin tutoring center and Summer Bilingual Program); Laurence Cohen (Project R.I.C.H. and M.I.T. Press); J.R. Dreyer (Cambridge Rindge and Latin tutoring center); Kathleen Hart (Tobin School); John Hopkins (Science Olympiad); Jiayun Lu (Ni Hao Program, King School); Carolyn Magid (college essay writing project); Joanne Moses (Cambridgeport School); Judith Summersby (Intergenerational Literacy Project, Haggerty School); and Peter Schmidt (Science Olympiad and Cambridge Rindge and Latin tutoring center).

Awards were also presented to the Harvard Graduate School of Education, whose employees participate in CSV team-based projects in the Cambridge Public Schools.