Tuesday, May 15, 2007

MetLife honors Health Careers Academy teacher

Angela Cappucci, a Spanish teacher at Health Careers Academy, has been named an "Ambassador in Education" by the MetLife Foundation. Ms. Cappucci is one of only 23 educators nationwide selected for the $5,000 prize. The annual award recognizes secondary teachers and principals who successfully build bridges among urban schools, families, businesses, and community organizations. Previous Boston winners include Jeremiah Ford, principal of the Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing; Darren Wells, a teacher at the Timilty Middle School; and Albert D. Holland, Headmaster of Health Careers Academy. Pictured here, Ms. Cappucci (front right) and her students prepare to deliver clothing collected for homeless women at Rosie's Place.

1 comment:

Cyndi said...

I am not surprised to see that you won. Congatulations. You deserve it! I'll send a copy to Lyndy.
Simmons Class '06