May 4, 2015 2:59 PM
BOW - Bow High School was one of three public schools honored today from the Excellence in Education Initiative for 2015.
This year marks the 21st anniversary of the "EDies" Awards, given out to schools that excel both in and outside the classroom.
The other two schools are Parker Varney School in Manchester and Ashland Elementary School in Ashland.
A big sponsor of the EDies Awards is McDonald's.
Larry Johnston from the Napoli Group franchise owner of McDonald's said they are proud to be partnered with such an important organization.
"It really gives you faith in the educational system in New Hampshire," Johnston said. "It's great to see schools that are performing so well, be recognized," Johnston said.
A gala is scheduled for June 6 to honor and celebrate the winners this year.
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