March 21, 2024
North Union senior, Madelyn Zimmerman, center, was recognized Monday by the board of education. She will attend the United States Military Academy at West Point after high school. Also pictured left to right are school board members Brian Davis, Matt Staley, Shelly Ehret, Matt Hall and Brad DeCamp. (Gazette photo by Michael Williamson)

NU student headed to West Point


By Kyle Meddles and Michael Williamson

A North Union senior will be joining a small group of high school students accepted into the most recognized military academy in the country.

Madelyn Zimmerman was recently accepted into the United States Military Academy at West Point and was recognized by the North Union Board of Education at the regular meeting for March Monday night.

Superintendent Justin Ufferman, who also knew Zimmerman when he served as high school principal, said the accomplishment brings a lot of pride to the district.

“We are just really excited for you, for your family and very, very proud, very proud of what you’re going to represent for North Union,” he…

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