Four beloved and admired teachers at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) were honored with Faculty Distinction Awards at the June 5, 2014 graduation ceremony. Jon Baring-Gould, Amanda Hughes, Ned Flaherty, and Susie Van Blaricum were selected for their abilities to teach, inspire, and encourage students.
Sponsored by Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (FOCRLS) and organized by Assistant Principal Bobby Tynes, Faculty Distinction Awards are presented each year to the four teachers or staff members chosen by the graduating class as those who had the most positive influence. This year’s honorees brought the total to 32 faculty recognized since FOCRLS began the tradition in 2007. After Principal Damon Smith read honorees’ self-submitted bios to the graduates and guests, the honorees were presented with framed certificates and letters of appreciation.
For more information on the teachers selected and a photo of the ceremony, please click here.