Mrs. Coyle Receives National Award from NCEA

Mrs. Coyle and many members of our faculty and administration spent their Easter break a little differently this year. After traveling to Pittsburgh, they attended the National Catholic Educational Association’s (NCEA) national convention where Mrs. Coyle was presented with a 2014 Distinguished Teacher Award for her dedication and commitment to teaching excellence.

Mrs. Coyle was chosen from the more than 100,000 teachers who teach in the nation’s Catholic elementary schools and was recognized during a ceremony at the NCEA annual convention on April 22 in Pittsburgh, PA. The annual award honors teachers who have demonstrated a strong Catholic educational philosophy as well as exceptional ability and dedication.

“Each of these outstanding educators embodies the very best of Catholic education,” said Kathy Mears, executive director of the NCEA Department of Elementary Schools. “Their commitment to academic excellence and dedication to young people are the reasons parents choose Catholic schools.”

Congratulations, Mrs. Coyle and thank you for sharing  your gifts and talents with us at All Saints!

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