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CHS Celebrates Milestone for Educators in Catholic Education

Today, the Catholic High School community gathered for its annual Racial Harmony Mass. Fr. Trey Nelson ’80 presided over the mass. The Prayers of the Faithful were taken from the document "Open Wide Our Hearts; the enduring call to love, a pastoral letter against racism." During his Homily, Fr. Trey recounted a story of a visit to Charleston, where he and his friends found themselves in front of the Mother Emanual AME Church-- the location of an anti-black shooting and hate crime. He spoke of the joy and light that was present in members of the church on that day, and how goodness and light overcame the evil that took place there. 

Each year during Catholic Schools Week at our annual Diocesan Catholic Schools week mass, faculty and staff with milestone years of experience are recognized and honored. After mass, administrators presented those in our community who were so honored with the certificate marking their service. 

10 years of service:

  • Mrs. Judy Chapoy
  • Mrs. Shelley Reinecke
    Mrs. Ashley Smith 

15 Years of service: 

  • Mr. Ryan Carruth
  • Mrs. Stephanie Hodges 
  • Mr. Ben Relle
  • Mrs. Suzanne Williams 

20 years of service: 

  • Mr. Richard Falgout
  • Mr. Duane LeBlanc

35 Years of service:

  • Mrs. Edith Thornton 

40 Years of service: 

  • Mr. Steve Talamo 

50 Years of service: 

  • Brother Clifford King


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