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Teacher of the Year Nominations
Criteria for Nominees
Has at least 1 full year teaching in a NH Catholic school
Teacher can be employed part time or full time
Must not have won the St. John Baptiste de la Salle Teacher of the Year within the last three (3) years
Criteria for Nominator
No family relation to nominee
Must be part of the current school community/active participant of the school community
Tell nominator that upon notification, the nominee can decline further consideration
No anonymous nominations
Cannot nominate yourself
CLICK HERE to nominate a Teacher of the Year
Clergy of the Year Nominations
The New Hampshire Catholic School Clergy of the Year award is named for St. John Vianney, the patron saint of parish priests. Amid a time of political turmoil in post-revolutionary France, St. John Vianney ministered with enduring joy, patience, and optimism. The recipient of the Spirit of St. John Vianney Award is a member of the clergy who similarly provides inspirational support for Catholic education in the diocese. The faithful witness that the recipient of the Spirit of St. John Vianney award provides is inspirational to students as they go on to eventually discern their vocation in life.
CLICK HERE to nominate a Clergy member for the Spirit of St. John Vianney Award