NEW ORLEANS – Four elementary school teachers were honored on May 4, 2022, by Cabrini High School students. The Distinguished Educator Award is presented annually to teachers who have done an outstanding job preparing their students to succeed in high school. Cabrini High School’s Distinguished Educators include:
Teresa Anasagati – Morris Jeff Community School, nominated by Grace Cook ‘25
Julie Mallory – Lake Harbor Middle School, nominated by Emma Graff ‘23
Stacie Seube – Our Lady of Prompt Succor, nominated by Eaden Roberson ‘26
Emily Tornabene – St. Dominic School, nominated by Emma Thomason ‘25
Each year, Cabrini students who demonstrate outstanding character and hold a GPA of 3.5 or higher are given the opportunity to nominate an elementary school teach who has had a positive impact on their lives. In the nomination, students are asked to share why they selected the teacher and the impact the nominee has had in their lives and in preparation for high school and beyond.
Cabrini High School President, Jack Truxillo, addressed the Distinguished Educators and guests. “You have made such an impression and had such an impact on your former students that they chose to go through the nominating process. That itself speaks volumes. The influence you have daily on students is immeasurable. The terms, parent, protector, counselor, nurse, referee, disciplinarian, coach, leader, expert, task master, time keeper, planner, janitor decorator, supervisor and finally, instructor, all fit in your job description. But, as we all know those are just a sampling of the jobs you do. Be assured that the work you do is valued. It is recognized.”
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