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Wall of Fame

Anthony "Tony" Litt

Class Of: 1970
Inducted In: 2005

Anthony “Tony” Litt, III (Deceased), Class of 1970. Tony graduated in the upper quarter of his class. He was an active member of several service-oriented organizations as well as a member of the Swim Team. After graduation, he attended University of Wisconsin Platteville (graduating in 1974) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and International Studies and a German minor. Among his college awards/activities, Tony was named in Outstanding College Athletes of America, Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. He was also a varsity letter winner for the swim team. Tony received his teacher certification from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 1977 and his Masters of Science in Administrative Leadership and Supervision in Education from UW Milwaukee in 1983. From 1971 – 1999, Tony taught Social Studies, Economics and World History at Pulaski Community Schools (serving as an Assistant Principal from 1992 – 1998). He coached the cheerleaders and dance team as well as directing the One-Act Play. He served on several committees and volunteered as a Forensics Judge and an FFA Judge (local and national). Additionally, Tony was the Pulaski Community Pool Director from 1986 – 1999. Tony was the recipient of many awards, including the Golden Apple Award, Pulaski Community School District Distinguished Employee Award, Herb Kohl Scholarship Winner, Pulaski Community School District Teacher of the Year and Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce Economic Educator of the Year. As a Charter Member of the Pulaski Area Jaycees, Tony served as Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and coordinated the Wisconsin Junior Miss Scholarship Program. He was also Santa Claus for the Hometown Pulaski Days. He volunteered for several service organizations and held professional memberships with the National Council for the Social Studies, Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC) and Pulaski Education Association and Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

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