In addition to approving annually required teacher and administrator evaluation plans for 2016-17 during its May 12 meeting, the Board of Education discussed the idea of creating a\u00a0hall of fame at the\u00a0high school and installing peace poles at Wilton's public schools. Hall of fame Board of Education Chair Bruce Likly brought up the idea of creating a hall of fame in the Zellner Gallery to honor students and faculty who have been recognized nationally for art, academics, community service and athletics. Although it's in the planning stages, Likly said,\u00a0there is an idea to turn\u00a0the Zellner Gallery's\u00a0"long panel of glass that looks into a hallway," which is currently used for storage, into the hall of fame. If a\u00a0hall of fame were created, Likly said,\u00a0a nomination review committee would be formed, comprised of school\u00a0principals, the superintendent, board chair and other administrators, who\u00a0would get together and review nominations. Those who nominated individuals to be in the hall of fame would\u00a0have to pay for the plaque, he added. Peace poles The Wilton Rotary Club is looking to erect peace poles, which support one of the club\u2019s focus areas \u2014 promoting peace \u2014 in key locations throughout Wilton, including the public schools. Rotary Club members\u00a0Carol Johnson and Susan Goldman discussed the idea of installing the poles at the schools with\u00a0education board members, who said they liked the idea. Johnson and Goldman said the eight-foot-tall, eight-sided peace poles would each\u00a0read\u00a0"World peace through understanding" in eight languages, and the Rotary Club would pay for the poles and their installation.