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AOL receive plaque from Catholic Relief Services

Top row, from left: Faculty members Sister Marisol Guzman,  Doris Fettet and Katherine Heitmann. Bottom row: Michele B. Coulon, assistant principal of academics; CRS' relationship manager Martha Gaynoe; and AOL principal Salesian Sister Michelle Geiger.Martha Gaynoe of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Global Solidarity Program presents a plaque to Academy of Our Lady to show gratitude for  continued participation in CRS projects. Academy of Our Lady was one of 11 schools in the United States who helped to pilot the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Global Solidarity Program. The CRS Global High School Program provides opportunities for Catholic secondary schools to be educated about Catholic social teaching and advocate for solidarity with the global poor. AOL is considered a platinum school, which means school leaders participate in in-person trainings, mentor other schools and apply to be part of an overseas immersion experience.

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