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placeholder March 14, 2016   •   VOL. 54, NO. 5   •   Oakland, CA
School of the Madeleine board earns honor

The advisory board to the School of the Madeleine in Berkeley will receive the 2016 Lead. Learn. Proclaim. award from the National Catholic Educational Association professional organization for dedication and commitment to excellence.

The board and others involved in education will be recognized during the annual NCEA 2016 Convention & Expo March 29-31 in San Diego. The annual award honors those who have demonstrated a strong Catholic educational philosophy as well as exceptional ability, dedication and results.

"This is a well-deserved award to an incredible Catholic School board," said Sister Barbara Bray, SNJM, superintendent of schools for the Diocese of Oakland.

School Principal Ken Willers explained the "board members view their roles as stewards of the mission of the school. Each board member is an expert in their field committed to mission, collaborative and result-oriented goals. Steeped in the Dominican tradition, the board embraces the culture of Catholic education."

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