Judge Memorial Faculty, Staff receive Diocesan Honors 2016
The Diocese of Salt Lake City held its annual Professional Educators’ Day on Friday, March 11, 2015. The annual gathering was held at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Service Awards to diocesan employees for five+ years of the service to the diocesan schools were presented by the Reverend Monsignor Colin Bircumshaw, Administrator of the Diocese of Salt Lake City; Mr. Mark Longe, Superintendent; and Sister Catherine Kamphaus, Associate Superintendent.
Reverend Monsignor Robert Servatius, Class of 1956, was the recipient of the 2015-2016 “Jesus and the Children” award.
Congratulations to the following Judge Memorial Catholic High School faculty and staff who were recognized at the annual Professional Educators Day.
Judge Memorial Outstanding Employee: Susan Monserret
Susan Monserret has been an incredible source of inspiration for the Judge Memorial community over the last six years. Susan has taught in every area of the Theology Department. She also manages the Christian Service Program. She has been the advisor for cheerleading, the junior class moderator, and the advisor for the Interact Club. One teacher noted, “She has always been such an amazing example of faith, for both students and teachers.” Susan is able to face adversity with a smile and always is a bright spot in the day for her students. A teacher said with pride, “Susan Monserret is a wonderful example for us all.”
Judge Memorial Outstanding Employee: Darin Hathaway
Darin Hathaway has taught Theatre and Technical Productions at Judge Memorial Catholic High School for ten years. He has brought his wonderful directing talent to the musicals and plays of the school. Darin’s productions have enhanced our school community. A faculty member stated, “He has challenged us to examine ourselves, he has moved us spiritually, and he has made us laugh.” Darin has a graceful ability to pull shy students from their shells. His high standards and high energy make Darin a wonderful role model and colleague.
Christy Voss Koles
posted March 15, 2016