November 11th, 2022

For Immediate Release

Harvard High School Inducts Four Graduates to Hall of Fame At Community Assembly

HARVARD, IL — Harvard Community Unit School District 50 (CUSD 50) and Harvard High School is proud to announce that four former graduates were inducted into the Harvard High School Hall of Fame as the Class of 2022 on Friday, Nov. 11th at Harvard High School. 

Harvard High School and the Harvard Community Education Foundation partnered in 2009 to recognize Harvard High School Alumni who have achieved notable success in their lives. To be eligible for nomination to the Hall of Fame, a candidate must have graduated from Harvard High School ten or more years prior to the nomination date. The four inductees for the Class of 2022 are included below in the order they appear on the graphic above.

Police Chief Tyson Bauman

Graduating Class of 1994

Chief of Police-Harvard, IL

Ed Cinefro

Graduating Class of 2002

Vice President of Marketing Operations, Access Marketing Company. Works with some of the world’s largest technology, telecom, product and service providers.

Emmanuel Sanchez

Graduating Class of 2008

Bellator MMA Fighter ranked in the top 20 in the world in his division. Has fought for the world title in his division.

Head Kids Martial Arts Coach Roufusport MMA Academy

Dr. Eric McEnaney

Graduating Class of 1996

2021 Grammy nominated pianist for Best Opera Recording

Master Vocal Coach for Minnesota Opera and Music Director for Opera Reading Project

Harvard CUSD 50 would like to congratulate the four inductees for their recent recognition. #HarvardRising

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Mason Sobiesk
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msobiesk@cusd50.org | 815-943-4022 Ext. 2147