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10 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana September New school teachers begin duties By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer How does a good teacher become a really great teacher? Perhaps it is their sense of fair- ness and justice and their empa- thy for students. New teachers in the Diocese of Evansville met this August with Phyllis Beshears, diocesan director of schools, to learn about the policies, guidelines and expectations of the Catholic Schools Office. They also found time to talk about what makes a teacher great. Beshears said she asked the teachers to share an experience of a really outstanding teacher. "It was interesting to note that those teachers who were considered outstanding in these new teachers' minds were the ones who made a special effort to make their students feel very special as individuals. "They were teachers who shared "more than their knowl- edge of the subject matter. They were men and women who were 'fair' and 'just' and showed great empathy for their students. "These were qualities that we all agreed were important and that each hoped to display in their classrooms this year and beyond." New teachers in schools in the diocese include: Christ the King, Evansville • Maria Dickinson, language arts, reading technology coordi- nator .... Copuu= Chriati, Evansville • Mary Kay Elpers, science, language arts, religion Good Shepherd, Evansville • Amy Anderson, music • Tammy Angermeier, social studies, religion, practical arts • Lisa Oldham, second grade Holy Redeemer, Evansville • Jeanne MacGregor, third grade • Karen Dick Holy Rosary, Evansville • Pat Flake, sixth grade Holy Spirit, Evansville • Kathy Boots, math, religion Marian Day, Evansville • Elizabeth Paulson, special education Resurrection, Evansville • Ann Nagy, art and music • Jennifer Schiff, first grade • Benedictine Sister Doris Marie Knebel, math, religion, practical arts St. Benedict, Evansville • Stephanie Groenert, second grade • Heather Russler, computer • David Schleper, science • Jennifer Gries, kindergarten • Monica Auker, physical edu- cation, health St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County • Sherry Smith, math and reli- gion • Jennifer Rice, science and social studies St. Theresa, Evansville • Melanie Blanton, fifth grade • Janice Barnes, first grade teacher's aide Westside Catholic Consolidated, Evansville • Renae Egli, pre-school • Amy Schlachter, pre-school • Ann Nagy, art Flaget Elementary, Vincennes • Angie Ashby, science, lan- guage, religion, math • Susan Ball, social studies, math, religion, language Holy Cross, Fort Branch : • Vicki Byrd, pre-school Holy Family, • Jasper • Shelley Wuchner, German St. Bernard, Rockport • Cathy Gonzales, science, art, religion St. James, St. James • Diana Schmitt, science, art math St. John, Newburgh • Karla Kruse, third grade St. Joseph, Princeton • Tracy Beck, eighth grade and art St. Matthew, Mount Vernon • Beth Stocker, physical educa- tion, language arts, religion, social studies St. Philip, St. Philip • Darryl Adler, fourth grade St. Wendel, St. Wcndel • Jamie Boeglin, eighth grade • Jeanne McGinnis, art • Kathleen Berry, music • Kimberly Marx, first grade teacher's aide Mater Dei High School, Evansville • Bertha Costa, Hispanic cul- ture and history • John Goebel, history • Michael Tippery, social stud- ies • JoAnn Volz, art, drafting, com- i ii ! i i i iiii!!i 00!II Traey Beck is a first-year teacher at St. Joseph Princeton. Above, she talks with her eighth grade -- Message photo by Mary Ann mercial art • Scott Whitehouse, religion Memorial High School, Evansville • Raymond Hertel, biology, chemistry • Angela Werne, physical edu- cation, health • Kathy Weber, Spanish • Bill Unruh, theology • D. Robert Schulte, math • Jill Moore, instrumental • John Hurley, world history, economics Rivet High School, Vincennes • Michael Jones, theology • Miriam "Christina" Updike, Spanish • Cathleen Busicu, reading Washington • Lilia Spanish • Valerie Schop, ence, religion • Anne Roeder, math • Julia Weaver, religion MUENSTERMAN FIRESTONE SERVICE, 1400 W. Franklin Evansville, IN 424-5000 JOURNEY TO WHOLEN Presented by Father Jim DeManuele, C.P. Golden Jubilarians Franklin and Freida'Kunz of Jasper celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a dinner for family and invited guests on Aug. 31. A Mass of Thanksgiving was held Sept. 1 at Holy Family Church, Jasper, followed by an Open House at their home. The couple was married Sept. 19, 1946, at St. Raphael Church, Dubois. They are the parents of three chil- dren: Judy Wells of Evansville, Margaret Gerlack of Crystal Lake, Ill., and James Kunz, who is deceased. They have four grandchildren. DUBOIS COUNT00 BANK MEMBER OLD N&TIONALBANCORP Member FDIC YOUR FIVE!STAll SERVICE BANK Parish Mission of St. John the Baptist o o o g e Newburgh, IN October 6 - 9, 1996 6:45 - 8:30 pm O e 0o. ooo, Sunday, Oct. 6: What does it mean to be Ritual: Handwashing Sacrament of Reconciliation Available Monday, Oct, 7: Forgivenessand Healin Ritual: Anointing Sacrament of Reconciliation Available Tuesday, Oct. 8: Commitment to Christ Ritual: Candle Lighting Sacrament of Reconciliation Available Wednesday, Oct. 9: Eucharist o Ritual: Bread Breaking ฎ Each evening will have a time Of refreshment and fellowship, and on evening there will be a Reception of Celebration for the Mission with our speaker, Ft. DeManuele, C.P. Fr. Jim DeManuele is a Passionist priest who was ordained in 1978. During the years, Fr. Jim has worked as an alcohol/drug counselor, Newman Center teacher for Loyola University (Chicago), Spaulding University (Louisville), an pastor, lecturer, and an itinerant preacher. Fr. Jim has spoken across the country, giving missions, keynote addresses and other conventions, and has been the liturgist for several national and gatherings. He is known for his innovative and dramatic style of proclaiming •