|Archbishop Francis J. Spence Catholic Teacher of the Year Award|
Colin Connelly, Sacred Heart Catholic School, Marmora
Colin is a role model that demonstrates inclusivity, patience and humility through servant leadership. Colin serves as an Eco Schools Lead, Indigenous school rep, school sports rep, local sports convenor, and music ministry lead. Colin nurtures the home-school-parish relationship and is committed to the great community.
|Excellence In Supporting Catholic Education ||Sharon Wilson, St. Theresa Catholic Secondary School, Belleville |
Sharon demonstrates faith in action while modelling God's love through kindness, generosity, selflessness, and humility. Sharon participates in school based liturgical ministries and fundraises for numerous charities. She serves on several staff committees and lives out her faith with her involvement in her parish and local community.
|Contribution to Catholic Education |
Ruth Terry, Georges Vanier Catholic School, Belleville
Ruth is a leader and faith witness within the school and church community. Ruth lives the Gospel values and serves as a liturgical resource to her school community. Ruth serves as a coach and fan to her students. Ruth's pure goodness exemplifies the love and support she has for her students and colleagues, truly modelling her vocation as a Catholic teacher.
|The Katharine Award ||Susan Clark, St. Mary Catholic School, Trenton |
Susan, known around the school as “Nanna", is a reading mentor, a cooking coach, a volunteer at school events and a touchstone for children who are struggling to connect to school. Susan shows students that they are loved, that someone misses them, and recognizes their inherent dignity as beloved children of God.
|Adult Volunteer||Ana Rand, St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Catholic School, Kingston |
Ana is a creative, caring, spiritual and giving member of Catholic School Council who always puts the welfare of others above all else. Anna has supported many initiatives, including props and décor for the school musicals. Enhancing the school building with murals and quotes has encouraged the school community to live out Gospel values each day.
|Secondary Student Volunteer||Lauren Martin, Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School, Kingston|
Lauren serves as an executive member of the Crusaders in Community Service (CICS) group, through which she participates in liturgical ministries at school masses and engages in various service opportunities. Lauren is a faith witness who demonstrates the importance of getting involved in community life, especially in the name of service.
|Elementary Student Volunteer ||Kate McKinley, Mother Teresa Catholic School, Kingston|
Kate demonstrates Christian leadership with a tremendous amount of positivity while connecting to community and world issues. Kate organizes many activities in the school community, which include serving her peers, assisting staff, fundraising for numerous causes, or participating in liturgical ministries.