Congratulations Mrs. Marlowe!

Kindergarten  teacher Mrs. Jeannie Marlowe was recently recognized by the Diocese of Savannah with The  Powering  Potential  Excellence in Teaching (PPET) Award.    This  is an honor designed to recognize, promote and encourage  exemplary  teachers in  Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Savannah.  In addition to prestige and public recognition, monetary awards are presented  to the  recipient and the school represented.     We are honored and blessed to have Mrs. Marlowe as a part of our staff and family!

Congratulations Mrs. Marlowe!

We are PROUD of you!

 

24 comments on “Congratulations Mrs. Marlowe!

  1. Billy Wilson on

    Mrs. Marlowe is so deserving of this award! She was absolutely wonderful with our precious granddaughter and we also had the pleasure of her teaching both of our daughters back in the 1990s. She created in Lily a desire to learn! Thank you Mrs. Marlowe and best wishes to you.

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  2. Ashley Miracle (Kent) on

    Congratulations Mrs. Marlowe! You are one of my all time favorite teachers and this is no surprise!! An honor well deserved.

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  3. Melinda Spisso on

    Mrs. Marlowe, you are most deserving of this award. Your love of teaching and the children come shining through day after day and year after year. The children are better for having you in their lives! Congratulations!!!!

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  4. Tara Coles on

    Congrats!! You truly deserve this. You taught me how to use a computer when they came out and always rice krispie treats for a students special day. I still have my recipe. Love ya to the moon and back.

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  5. Gary Price on

    What a honor to a great teacher! Mrs Marlowe has always been wonderful and attentive to all her students. I remember when she was helping us as kids putting in the floppy discs for the apple computers at BSS and always so caring. Way to go Mrs Marlowe!

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  6. Judi Ruchalski on

    Mrs. Marlowe has not only taught my four grandchildren but showed them love and understanding. She knows when to praise and when to reprimand in a warm loving way. She has also given me the privilege of becoming my friend. Way to go Jeannie Marlowe!!

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  7. Bany Marlowe on

    Aunt you deserve it. I first hand how dedicated you are to your kiddos. You are an example to many teachers like me . God blessed you .

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  8. Dawn Lasusky Painter on

    My daughter has been in your Kindergarten class only a couple of months, but this is no surprise to me that you have been honored. I have already felt your care and concern for your students in a short period of time. Congratulations to you and thankyoynforngoing “above and beyond” with my daughter and family!

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