GSE Honors Catholic Leaders Who Guided Schools Through Sandy

At its 19th annual celebration of New York City Catholic school leaders, the Graduate School of Education honored ten principals who, in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, established their schools as places of recovery and healing for their communities.

The annual Catholic School Executive Leadership Dinner on May 14 brought together school leaders from throughout the Archdiocese of New York, the Diocese of Brooklyn, and the Diocese of Rockville Centre to recognize all those who worked to help restore local communities.

“We honor the leaders of those schools who, despite obstacles, helped to re establish their neighborhoods for families who were devastated by the loss of homes, possessions, and in some cases, as in the Diocese of Brooklyn, the loss of life,” said Gerald Cattaro, Ed.D., executive director of GSE’s Center for Catholic School Leadership and Faith-Based Education.

Click here to read the full article in Inside Fordham. 

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