Holy Trinity principal is nominated for national award

Jack Richards, principal of Holy Trinity School, was recognized with the 2014 Distinguished Elementary Principal Award at the Catholic Schools Week liturgy earlier this year.

In his nomination form, Richards was described as demonstrating “the Gospel values of integrity as well as hospitality.” The nomination form also noted that he “sees our school as a journey through which children are formed, not only intellectually, socially and physically, but equally important, as life-long servers of God.”

Richards will be the Archdiocese of Louisville’s nominee for the National Catholic Educational Association’s Southern Region Distinguished Elementary Principal Award in fall 2014.

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