A Red Deer high school teacher has been awarded for his excellence in Catholic education.
Carl Fakeley, who teaches at St. Joseph High School, was honoured at the 2021 Spice and Blueprints virtual conference through the Council of Catholic School Superintendents of Alberta.
“As a school faith coach and a member of the division faith team, Mr. Carl Fakeley has utilized the gifts and talents God has blessed him with, to build, nourish and enrich the faith life of our entire community,” said Ryan Ledene, Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools associate superintendent of human resources.
Graeme Daniel, St. Joseph High School principal, said building community within his classroom, with local parishes and with the home is of paramount importance to Fakeley.
“The result of this focus is a strong sense of communion within our school community. We are blessed to have Carl not only in our school, but also in our community making Christ known to children on a daily basis,” said Daniel.
For more information on the Excellence in Catholic Education Award, visit www.ccssa.ca.