Scholarships 2013

 

Mary Edgett was the oldest retired teacher in Connecticut until her death in 2010. She spent 48 years as a teacher, almost all in this local area. She taught at Hawleyville School in Newtown and at three Danbury Schools (Starrs Plain, Morris Street, and Broadview). She was known as a great teacher, touching thousands of lives, class by class, student by student. She retired in 1971.

 
  1. 1.NFCRTA honors Mary Frances Edgett by giving a $1500 scholarship in her name this year to a high school senior who wants to be a teacher.

  2. 2.The Memorial Scholarship honors NFCRTA members who passed away this year.





  1. We ask for your continued support!

  2. Scholarship donations can be included with your luncheon and dues payment.

Northern Fairfield County Retired Teachers, an affiliate of the Association of Retired Teachers of Connecticut.

Jun 10, 2013

Contributions to the scholarships can be sent to:

  1. NFCRTA Treasurer

  2. Libby Kasimer

  3. 88 Hillandale Road

  4. Danbury , CT 06811

On June 5, Libby Kasimer and Kay Santuro presented our 2013 scholarships at Newtown High School’s Awards Night. It was noted that these scholarships this year are awarded in remembrance of the Sandy Hook Elementary School staff who died in the line of duty on December 14, 2012. Newtown HIgh School students are the recipients this year.

The Mary Frances Edgett Scholarship of $1500 was awarded to Sheridan Marmo. She will be attending Albertus Magnus College in New Haven as a Secondary Education major.

The NFCRTA Memorial Scholarship of $1000 went to Alex Lampel. He will attend Ithaca College in New York to pursue a career in music education.

It is the generous donations of our members that make these annual awards possible.


Key Santuro

Scholarship Chairperson of NFCRTA