On September 18, 2015 the St. Paul School District celebrated the first induction of four individuals and one team into the St. Paul Hall of Fame. The special induction ceremony took place during half-time of the Hall of Fame Football game vs. Creswell High School. The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to formally recognize outstanding contributions to the heritage and tradition of the St. Paul School District. The Hall of Fame will honor and preserve the memory of students, teachers, athletes, teams, coaches, and supporters whose achievements have brought recognition and honor to the District. St. Paul School District will honor new inductees once a year during half-time at a designated football game. The criterion for selection not only includes achievement while in the St. Paul School District, but possibly other accomplishments in post high school activities. Candidates are eligible through one of five classifications: Academics, Athletics, Honorary/Military, School District Employee, and School District Booster.
St. Paul School District would like to thank the entire community for their tremendous support at our Hall of Fame induction. We would especially like to thank the Hall of Fame Committee, the St. Paul Booster Club and the St. Paul FFA chapter for making this a memorable evening.