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11993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana of the Year 13y MARY ANN HUGHES teacher at Holy Spirit School, 1nations are now being accepted for diocesan award Evansville; John Meyer, a physical education teacher at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, and Bonnie Am- brose, a seventh and eighth grader teacher at Holy Rosary School, Evansville. In 1991, Sarah "Sally" Sny- der, a teacher at Flaget Ele- mentary School, Vincennes, was given the annual Teacher of the Year award. Gene Logel, a Memorial High School teacher, received the 1990 award. Diane Alvey from St. Theresa School was named 1989 Teacher ofthe Year and Sister Kathleen Finis O.S.B. was the first re- cipient of the diocesan award. Seventeen teachers were candidates for the 1992 Teacher of the Year award: • Janice Ballard, Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville; • Judy Blankenberger, Res- urrection School, Evansville; • Jane Carte, Rivet High Schaol, Vincennes; • Barbara McBride, Resur- rection School, Evansville; • Donna McGinness, West- side Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville; • Sister Beata Mehling O.S.B., Marian Day School, Evansville; • Sister Gloria Memering S.P., Precious Blood School, Jasper; • Martha Render, St. James School, St. James; • Deidra Schleicher, Flaget Elementary School, Vin- cennes; Message staff writer and the Office Education are co- the sixth annual ville Teacher Year award. Bishop A. Gettelfinger will arLnunce the 1993 Teacher of the Year May 5. At eMay banquet, teach- Who have taught in dioce- 20, 30, 40 and 50 will also be honored. ago the Message ,,an talking about ity of celebrating teaching," said eshears, director of ',We believed then, now, that teachers recognized for a We hope that of the Year din- is a tribute to teach in Catholic people the op- Y to nominate a this award, we be- we are providing an opportunity to to someone who I positive difference in within the die- hope many of our people this project year and help us teaching profes- the excellence that in each of our three teachers re- diocesan award. Were Rosemary r, a sixth grade • Kathy Schmitt, Holy Rosary School, Evansville; • Jennifer Vangampler, Res- urrection School, Evansville; • Sister Mary Joan Wargel O.S.B., St. Philip School, St. Philip; • Carol Will, Holy Re- deemer School, Evansville; • Sister Mary Francis Williams O.S.B. Mater Dei High School, Evansville; A nomination form for the 1993 Teacher of the Year award is found on the bottom of this page. The deadline for nomina- tions is March 12. Nominees will be asked to provide addi- tional information. All nomination forms should be mailed to: Teacher of the Year, the Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, In 47724-0169. At the January administrators' meeting, principals received plaques honoring former Teach- ers of the Year winners in their schools; above, from left, Phyllis Beshears, director of schools; Mark McDonald, Holy Rosary School, Evansville; Mary Ann Hughes, Message staff writer; Sister Doris Marie Knebel, O.S.B., Holy Spirit School, Evansville; Ruth Padgett, Flaget Elementary School, Vincennes; Gerry Adams, Memorial High School, Evansville, Karen Rior- dan, St. Theresa School, Evansville, and Dr. Charlotte Bennett, St. |ohn the Baptist School, Newburgh. -- Message photo by Paul R. Leingang , :S ¸ : TEACHER OF THE YEAR NOMINATION FORM Deadline March 12, 1993 ' i" The Message and the Office of Catholic Education are co-sponsor- Vic e sixth annual Diocese of Evansville Teacher of the Year award :n will be announced May 5, 1993. . .,AnYone, with the exce tlon of immediate family members, may o P rat.ate a teacher for this award. final selection of the winner will be made by members of a panel for their educational expertise, interest in Catholic schools, and • of quality education. a used for selection of the award will be based upon excel- innovation, dedication to Catholic education in the diocese, and the individual's contribution to the profession The teacher must currently be employed in the Diocese of Evansville and must have taught for a minimum of five years in dioce- san schools. The award will be based on the teacher's ability to teach students in the elementary or secondary level. The Teacher of the Year must be a good role model for students, have a major influence in the lives of students, show concern with the faith development as well as the physical, mental, and emotional de- velopment of students, and encourage students to improve their abili- ties and talents. Nominees will be asked to complete additional information and submit supporting materials. All nominating forms should be mailed to: Teacher of the Year, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169. el nl ill u ml uu io um m | Um nil | ml un lun un um lUl unl in nu um nil | | | m | m | | m | u | | m | m m m | | | n  m e | e | m  e m m m m e |  , TEACHER OF THE YEAR NOMINATION FORM , '- ! I I nn Name of teacher: n . I I I I School: _ n I I I l I Subjects/Grades Taught: ! I I I I I tl Reason for nominating this teacher: On an 8-1/2 x 11 sheet, please list qualities which include dedication to the teaching u u Profession, commitment to Catholic education, teaching style, rapport with students/parents/faculty, realization of impor- I tce of being a Christian role model, motivational skills. ,, : 1 : I Signature of Nominator Date Please check one Cl student Cl teacher Cl parent Cl other , ,,I !