Illing receives Leadership Award

By Martha Marteney - Staff Writer
Manchester - posted Thu., Oct. 13, 2011
Illing staff and students received the Connecticut Association of Schools’ Arthur Director Leadership Award on Oct. 4. (Back row) Illing Principal Troy Monroe, Todd Director, David Director, Illing teacher and Student Council advisor Colleen Bombria, CAS Exec. Dir. Earle Bidwell and Manchester Asst. Superintendent Dr. Anne Richardson. (Front row) Last year’s Student Council president, Kaitlin Maloney, Margaret Guinan, Tegan Welch and Taylor Stafford. Photos by Jennifer Zappulla.
Illing staff and students received the Connecticut Association of Schools’ Arthur Director Leadership Award on Oct. 4. (Back row) Illing Principal Troy Monroe, Todd Director, David Director, Illing teacher and Student Council advisor Colleen Bombria, CAS Exec. Dir. Earle Bidwell and Manchester Asst. Superintendent Dr. Anne Richardson. (Front row) Last year’s Student Council president, Kaitlin Maloney, Margaret Guinan, Tegan Welch and Taylor Stafford. Photos by Jennifer Zappulla.

Illing Middle School recently received the Connecticut Association of Schools’ Arthur Director Leadership Award, along with a $250 donation to the school. The award was given to the school for promoting community giving through its school clubs and organizations.

In presenting the award, CAS Executive Director Earle Bidwell referred to the program application filed by last year’s Illing Student Council president, Kaitlyn Maloney. In it, Maloney, who is now a freshman at Manchester High School, specifically noted the Poetry Club and the Future Educators of America for enabling students to express themselves through words and actions.

Illing was one of the 50 schools that participated in last year’s CAS Leadership Conference.


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