We wish everyone in the Holy Name community an enjoyable and restful Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend, and we would like to especially salute those Holy Name community members who will be honored at two local events for their outstanding efforts in essay and poetry contests. We are extremely proud of these contest winners and offer special recognition to their English teacher, Mrs. Kathleen Bisson, who worked with them and submitted their entries.
At the Worcester Sate University breakfast on Saturday morning, Han Nguyen, Mairaed O’Sullivan, Peter Menchin, and Alexis Boston will be recognized for their outstanding work. And, at Quinsigamond Community College on Monday morning, Kylie Barbour and Angela Kwebiiha will be honored. Dr. Audette, Mrs. Bisson, and I look forward to joining these students and representing Holy Name at these wonderful events. We also appreciate Dr. Delma Josephson, our Superintendent of Schools, for her attendance in support of these students.
We are pleased and proud that the Christian message of love, equality, and brotherhood espoused by Dr. King resonates in our classrooms at Holy Name. As a Catholic community, we believe that all are children of God and that we are one family of brothers and sisters under one heavenly father. The achievement of the students referenced above proves that King’s messages of peace, love, and hope carry on today at Holy Name High School.