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Duilio Rufo, Principal at St Therese’s New Lambton and
currently seconded to St Patrick’s Swansea.
Excellence in Teaching
Rober t Moore, St Mar y’s Campus, All Saints College,
Lynette Barker, St Therese’s Primar y School, New Lambton.
John McLoughlin, St Pius X High School, Adamstown.
Teachers in first five years of teaching
Catherine Sacco, St John the Baptist Primar y School, Maitland.
Katie Castles, Holy Name Primar y School, Forster.
Charisse Bekens, St Dominic’s Centre for Hearing Impaired
Patricia Jennison, St Pius X High School, Adamstown.
Pam Waller, St Paul’s High School, Booragul.
St Mar y’s Infants School, Greta, Principal Helen Bourne.
THE MEMORY OF a former Director of
Catholic Schools is honoured each
year in the Monsignor Frank Coolahan
Awards, recognising various areas of
achievement in education.
Sacred Heart Cathedral was filled to
capacity for the annual “Called to Serve
Mass” on 8 February, led by Vicar
General Barr y Tunks and attended by
teachers, ancillary staff and priests from
the Hunter and Manning regions.
St Mar y’s Campus ASC teacher, Robert Moore, recipient of Excellence in Teaching award, Director of Schools Ray Collins
and Vicar General Barr y Tunks.
Principal of St Paul’s High School Booragul Tony Stevens, Pam Waller who received a School Suppor t award, and
colleague Robyn Linton.
Parish Priest Fr Bill Goldman CSsR, Director of Schools Ray Collins, Vicar General Barr y Tunks, Parents and Friends
President Mar y Jane Millard (front), students Charlie Thompson, Max Buller, Ivy Wiseman, Brianna Grosso, Principal of
St Mar y’s Greta, Helen Bourne.
Director of Schools Ray Collins, Katie Castles (Holy Name Primar y Forster) who was recognised for excellence in her fir st
five year s of teaching and Vicar General Bar r y Tunks.
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