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St. Ann Teacher Wins 2015 Cardinal Raymond L. Burke Teacher Recognition Award

Cardinal Raymond L. Burke Teacher Recognition Award Winner

The Cardinal Raymond L. Burke Teacher Recognition Award honors educators in parish elementary and secondary schools and Archdiocesan elementary, secondary and special education schools and centers for their outstanding service and performance.  Mrs. Julie Chase was one of 6 educators to receive the award this year.  The group photo shows those 6 educators with Archbishop Carlson and Dr. Kurt Nelson, the Superintendent of Catholic Education for the Archdiocese.

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St. Ann Teacher Wins 2014 Cardinal Raymond L. Burke Teacher Recognition Award

Kathy Reid Burke Award

Mrs. Kathy Reid is one of 10 teachers in the Archdiocese selected to receive the Cardinal Raymond L. Burke Teacher Recognition Award for their outstanding service and performance.  The award is granted based on an application process that included giving evidence that she uses many methods and techniques that are characterized as “Best Practice” in education.  We know that Mrs. Reid is an amazing teacher and a blessing to our school.  We are glad that she is being honored for her talents.  Congratulations, Mrs. Reid!

Here’s a link to read more about the award on the Archdiocese of St. Louis website.

 

 

 

St. Ann Teacher Wins 2013 Cardinal Raymond L. Burke Teacher Recognition Award

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Denise siders, St. Ann Catholic School’s 5th grade teacher, was a recipient of the 2013 Cardinal Raymond L. Burke Teacher Recognition Award at a special reception held on May 9th with Archbishop Robert J. Carlson.

The Cardinal Raymond L. Burke Teacher Recognition Award honors teachers in parish elementary and secondary schools and Archdiocesan elementary, secondary and special education schools and centers for their outstanding commitment to Catholic education and instructional best practices. Currently employed, full time educators in these schools are eligible.

Here’s a link to read more about the award on the Archdiocese of St. Louis website.

Congratulations to Ms. Siders and all of the other winners of this year’s award. Thank you for everything you do for our children.

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