CLARK – On May 2, St. John the Apostle School honored Patricia Lettini for her 25 years of teaching at St. John the Apostle School.
Lettini’s special day began with a Mass attended by her family, friends, former students and the present student body. At the end of Mass Sister Donna Marie, OP presented Lettini with a pewter clock. Others presentations were made by faculty, Parent Faculty Guild and students. Following the Mass, Lettini was honored with skits, songs and poems presented by the student body. A faculty luncheon in her honor followed the days activities.
Lettini started her teaching career at St. John the Apostle school in 1974. She taught fifth and sixth grades social studies, reading and language arts until 1974 when she resigned to raise her family. In 1988 she returned to St. John the Apostle School as a third grade teacher. She has chaired the school’s Middle States Committee, was named Teacher of the Year in 1988 by the Archdiocese of Newark.
During her career at St. John the Apostle she has mentored new faculty members. Lettini is also the Boy Scout of America Merit Badge Counselor.
Celebrating 25 Years of Teaching—Patricia Lettini celebrated 25 years of teaching at St. John the Apostle School, Clark, on May 2. Pictured are: Sr. Donna Marie O’Brien, principal, Mrs. Patricia Lettini, and Father Robert McBride, pastor.
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