Every year we award a teacher that embodies an outstanding Catholic educator at our annual Celebration of Catholic Schools in July.
They must be a role model; An outstanding human being; have a major influence in the lives of students; show concern with the faith development as well as the physical, mental and emotional development of students; and encourage students to improve their abilities and talents.
In showing students how to live a life where their faith can be infused throughout the day. While creating an environment that demonstrates concern for those in their community and for all God’s creation. We want to thank our teachers and staff for your dedication to this calling and ministry. May God bless each of you and may the Holy Spirit continue to guide us all in our mission. The mission of the Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Owensboro is to share in the Church’s mission: to proclaim the message of Jesus Christ as lived out in the Catholic Church, which creates a worshiping community of believers whose service is a witness of their Christian love. Catholic School educators have a commitment to students, to the ministry of teaching, and to the community. The Catholic school educator makes the well-being of students the foundation of all decisions and actions, performs teaching responsibilities with diligence and integrity, and believes the Catholic school community is both an agent of appropriate change and a preserver of basic tradition.
Diocese of Owensboro Catholic Schools Office
David Kessler, Superintendent Leah Mullins, Administrative Assistant
Contact any one of our Catholic schools, or call the Catholic Schools Office at 270-683-1545 to learn more.