9/19/2016 4:25 PM | by Papillion LaVista Schools Foundation
Derek Caster was a leader among his peers at Papillion La Vista South High School. His compassion and energy in assisting and advocating for students with special needs inspired teachers and fellow students. Since his graduation in 2013, he has continued to educate and advocate for muscular dystrophy research. He is now the youngest Papillion La Vista Schools Hall of Fame inductee.
9/16/2016 11:16 AM | by Papillion LaVista Schools Foundation
In creating a new approach in the field of counter-insurgency, Col. Anthony Deane directly contributed to achieving U.S. foreing policy and military objectives. His leadership throughout his Army career led to the 1981 Monarch graduate's Hall of Fame Distinguished Alum award.Read More
9/13/2016 10:02 AM | by Papillion LaVista Schools Foundation
Scott Woodard was a three sport athlete at Papillion-La Vista High School before graduating in 1977. He went on to play wide receiver for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and later earned his medical degree from the University of Nebraska. In 2016, he was named Papillion La Vista Schools Hall of Fame Distinguished Alum.Read More
9/12/2016 4:22 PM | by Papillion LaVista Schools Foundation
A 1971 graduate of Papillion-La Vista High School, Toni Ganzel completed her residency in otolaryngology,and has held various positions in medical practice and academic medicine throughout her career. In 2013, Dr. Ganzel was named Dean of the University of Louisville School of Medicine. This year, she was named a Papillion La Vista Schools Hall of Fame Distinguished Alum.Read More