2020 Veteran's Day Activities in Region 15! 

Please be sure to check back as we add more school activities! 

Every year, we take pride in our Veterans Day programs & honoring our Veterans. While our celebrations across the district may look a little different this year... it won't keep us from honoring our Veterans! Our heartfelt appreciation to Veterans among our faculty, staff, students, alumni and our community. We thank you for your service! Happy Veterans Day!


GES Video Tribute


LMES Veterans Wall of Honor

Be sure to check out their twitter account on their homepage for special Veteran related events! www.region15.org/lmes


PHS Veterans Day Tribute


PES Veterans Day Virtual Assembly 

Every slide (other than the Pledge of Allegiance and the last slide) has either text or an image that is linked to something that celebrates our Veterans. Play the slide show in "present" mode for the best results with clicking on the links. 


Veterans Day Video & Tribute of Soldiers Coming Home (shared with students)

Veterans Day Tribute  (shared with students)


MMS Veterans Day Tribute


School-wide "Zoom" call with Colonel Pam Melroy,  a retired US Air Force test pilot and former NASA astronaut and Space Shuttle commander, who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics and Astronomy from Wellesley College and a Master of Science degree in Earth and Planetary Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  

  • She is a veteran of Operation Just Cause and Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, with over 200 combat and combat support hours. She has logged more than 6,000 hours flight time in more than 50 different aircraft.

  • Colonel Melroy flew three missions in space: as Space Shuttle pilot during STS-92 in 2000 and STS-112 in 2002, and as Space Shuttle Commander during STS-120 in 2007. All three missions were assembly missions to build the International Space Station.

  • One of only two women to command the Space Shuttle, she has logged more than 38 days in space.

  • Colonel Melroy retired from the Air Force in 2007, and left NASA in August 2009.