2017 PSMLA Student Recognition Awards
PSMLA offers an attractive certificate to any qualifying students whose teachers are members of the Association. The criteria for this certificate are as follows:

1. Middle School: This certificate is for students who display enthusiasm, interest, and ability in the study of a world language. They must show promise and involvement both in and outside the classroom. Because of great variations in programs, teachers may decide the number of years of study at their own discretion.

2. High School: This certificate is for students who have completed a minimum of three years of the same language, with an average of “A,” or what the school accepts as exemplary achievement.

3. College/University: This certificate is for students who have completed a minimum of four semesters of the same language at the university level, with an average of “A.”

In order to receive certificates, please complete this form. After you enter the names for a specific language level, you have the opportunity to enter names for other levels in another section of the form. Submit the form after you have entered all levels for which you want to request certificates.

Print your email confirmation and send a check for $1.95 per certificate if you are requesting fewer than five certificates; $1.25 per certificate if more than five. Make checks payable to PSMLA.

Please submit all requests prior to May 15, 2017 with your check immediately following. And please know that certificates will be mailed only once the check is received.

Send a print-out of your email confirmation with your check to:
Phyllis Rzodkiewicz, Secretary PSMLA
5410 Gardner Drive
Erie, PA 16509

Name of school
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Name of nominating teacher
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Email address
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Please add first and last name of all students at the same level. Write each name on a new line.
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Language
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Level of Language
Number of names submitted for this level:
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Address to which the certificate should be sent
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Do you want to submit names for an additional level?
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