Archdiocese’s Associate Superintendent, Wendy Anderson, Awarded NCEA’s 2020 Lead. Learn, Proclaim. Award
Since joining the Archdiocese of Washington’s Catholic Schools Office 10 years ago, a special part of associate superintendent Wendy Anderson’s job has been to help choreograph the surprise announcements of 10 Golden Apple Award winning teachers at local Catholic schools each spring, joining students, teachers, principals, parents and family members in the joyful celebrations captured on video to show at the later awards dinner.
But this spring, Anderson learned that she herself was an award winner, after the National Catholic Educational Association announced that she was one of 27 honorees nationwide to receive the NCEA’s 2020 Lead. Learn. Proclaim. Award, highlighting outstanding work being done in Catholic education. Also from the archdiocese, Laurie Maier, a middle school math and science teacher from St. Mary’s School in Landover Hills, Maryland, received that award. Recipients were chosen from among 150,000 Catholic school administrators and teachers across the country.
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