Area teachers recognized by the US Department of Education
To kick off National Teacher Appreciation Week the US Department of Education is hosted a Call-a-thon to call teachers nationwide to thank them for their service. Two teachers from the Diocese of Fall River Catholic Schools received calls thanking them for their years of teaching and for serving as Chairs and Co-Chairs of Diocesan wide Curriculum Committees.
The two teachers who received calls are:
Anne Molloy has taught Math at Coyle and Cassidy High School, in Taunton, for 23 years. She is currently serving as Co-Chair of our diocesan Math Curriculum Committee. Anne is the mathematics department chairperson at Coyle and Cassidy and has served as class moderator for various classes as well as yearbook moderator.
Roberta Schneller has taught in the Diocese for 34 years. She has taught Science at Espirito Santo School, in Fall River, for the last 9 years. Prior to that she taught at St. Joseph School, in Fairhaven, for 1 year and at Taunton Catholic Middle School for 24 years. She currently serves as the Chair of our diocesan Science Curriculum Committee.
Their work on Curriculum Committees is all voluntary and they give countless hours to make sure that all students are taught with the highest curriculum standards. The Diocese of Fall River Catholic Education Leadership wishes to add our gratitude to Anne and Roberta for all of their work in our schools.