Mansfield High Teacher Selected as an Unsung Hero
Mansfield High Teacher Selected as an Unsung Hero in the Saint Michael's College Teacher Recognition Program.
Mansfield High School teacher Claire Ingelfinger was selected as an Unsung Hero in the Saint Michael's College Teacher Recognition Program.
"Through this program, we honor those teachers who provide their students with the academic skills and moral support necessary to be successful in post-secondary pursuits," said Jerry Flanagan, Saint Michael's Vice President for Admission and Enrollment Management.
Claire Ingelfinger was nominated by Taylor Donnelly, who is a graduate of Mansfield High School and a current first-year student at Saint Michael's College.
Taylor said of Claire Ingelfinger, " Ms. Ingelfinger inspires students to love to learn and she make learning history a whole new experience. Her class was the hardest yet most exciting class I will ever have. She helped me learn so much about myself in addition to history and she really cares about her students.."
"We feel very fortunate to have Taylor Donnelly as a member of our community," VP Flanagan said. "I hope that the best and brightest from Mansfield High School will continue to come to Saint Michael's College," he added.
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