First-Year St. Louis Catholic School Teacher Recognized With Award

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Being a teacher isn't an easy task. And tackling your first year of teaching during a pandemic? Calling that a challenge is an understatement. So it's even more impressive that this year, first-year St. Louis Catholic school teacher Kacie Frost was honored with an Outstanding Beginning Teacher Award. Frost was one of 59 new teachers who were honored with the award, given every two years by the Missouri Association for Colleges of Teacher Education. Read more from the St. Louis Review.

At the end of Catholic Schools Week 2021, we celebrate Catholic School teachers new and seasoned for all the work that they do for our students this year and every year.

February 8, 2021 - 4:05pm

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