10 Teachers in Pittsburgh Catholic Schools Earn Bushel of Awards

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10 Teachers in Pittsburgh Catholic Schools Earn Bushel of Awards


Tribune-Review, The, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Ten teachers in Catholic schools were presented Golden Apple Awards for excellence in performance by the Diocese of Pittsburgh on Tuesday evening at the Westin Convention Center Hotel, Downtown.

Recognized were:

a Michelle Bossong, St. Sebastian, Ross. The second-grade teacher is a Eucharistic Minister, parish Bible School teacher, student tutor and festival volunteer. She holds a bachelor's degree in special education from St. Mary of the Woods College in Indiana and a master's degree in elementary education from Duquesne University. She is a certified catechist.

a Bridget Carozza, St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin, Whitehall. The second-grade teacher has been a volleyball coach and initiated the program at St. Basil in 1996. She holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of Pittsburgh and a master's degree in reading education from California University.

a Mary Elizabeth Jaquay, St. James School, Wilkinsburg. The upper elementary teacher holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Carlow University and is a certified catechist. In 2002, she received the Carnegie Science Center Award for Excellence in middle school teaching.

a Brian Klisavage, Seton-LaSalle High School, Mt. Lebanon. The social studies and U.S. history teacher holds a bachelor's degree in education from Duquesne University and was an advanced catechist when he taught at St. Gabriel Catholic Elementary School. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Historical Society.

a Sister Antoinette Kostelnik, Vincentian Academy-Duquesne University, McCandless. …

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