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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Teacher of the Year 22 teachers are Candidates for diocesan award By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer Twenty-two teachers in the Diocese of Evansville have been selected as Candidates for the 1998 Teacher of the Year award which is being co-sponsored by the Message and the Catholic Schools Office. • The winner of the 1998 Teacher of the Year Award will be annotinced April 29 at a banquet at the Manor in Evansville. "Once again, this year we have an outstanding roster of teachers who have moved to Candidate status for Teacher of the Year," said Phyllis Bussing, dioce director of schools. "In the letter and packet of materials sent to our panelists, we acknowledge the difficult job they have in selecting 'a teacher' from this list of exceptional men and women. "In this eleventh year for the award, our purpose remains clear --- to honor all outstanding teachers in the diocese. We know that we have many wonderful teachers. Many of them shy a6cay from any kind of public recognition. "This banquet allows us to say to our students, paz'- ents, and the community at large, that we are proud of our teachers and the excellent job they do." Candidates for the 1998 Teacher of the Year Award include: • Elaine Adams, first grade, St. Benedict School, lvansviUe; • Ann Buechler, kindergarten, Precious Blood School, Jasper; • Diana Carithers, kindergarten, St. Wendel School, St. Wendel; • Mary Foley, health, religion, science, practical arts, Holy Spirit School, Evansville; • Janelle Fster, third grade, Precious Blood School, Jasper; • Dave Harris, social studies, physical education, St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh; • Johnnie Heeke, first grade, Holy Family School, Jasper; • Patricia Herrin, practical arts, language arts, Good Shepherd School, Evansville; ,. Chris Hinkle, third grade, Precious Blood School, Jasper; • Randy Hupfer, algebra, calculus, math anaylsis, Memorial High School, Evansville; • Benedictine Sister Doris Marie Knebel, math, reli- gion, practical arts, Resurrection School, Evansville; • Ann Lampkins, third grade, Holy Spirit School, Evansville; • Sandy Lasher, advanced composition, Memorial High School, Evansville; • Gretchen Lehman, kindergarten, St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County; • Barbara Luig, fourth grade, Resurrection School, Evansville; • Jenny Masterson, second grade, Holy Spirit School, Evansville; • Benedictine Sister Ida Otto, pre-kindergarten, Pre- cious Blood School, Jasper; • Darlene Quinlin, health, drivers ed, Mater Dei High School, Evansville; • April Schulz, second grade, Christ the King School, Evansville; Q Madalyn Steckler, third grade, St. Benedict School, Evansville; • Brent Symon, fourth grade, St. Benedict School, Evansville; • JoAnn Weber, religion, math, language arts, Cor- pus Christi School, Evansville, ELAINE ANN DIANA ADAMS BUECHLER CARITHERS JANELLE DAVE JOHNNIE FOSTER HARRIS HEEKE CHRIS RANDY HINKLE HUPFER SISTER DORIS MARIE KNEBEL SANDY GRETCHEN BARBARA LASHER LEHMAN LUIG ..p SISTER DARLENE IDA OTTO QUINLIN APRIL MADALYN BRENT SCHULZ STECKLER SYMON r i, iJl iiii ii i i Wade Funeral Home 119 S. Vine Street, Haubstadt. IN 768-5210 (;all about pre-need counseling, Robert J. Wade Alan J, Wade II I III RUXER FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY --- I t t t jltl JASPER 1 482-1200 I 3un trap c .= o.