Teaching Apostolate

ADECOP is the Association of Private Schools in the Department (State) of Santa Cruz in Bolivia. Every year this organization expects from the schools with membership the name of a teacher to be condecorated with a silver or gold medal.  The eligibility criteria for the award in the Christian School of Camiri is broad and wide: years of service, dedication to the teaching vocation, the teacher has been an asset and has contributed to education in some way.

As an auxiliary and support staff in the administration of the school I am usually involved in the suggesting and choosing process of the name to be postulated for this recognition, but I was utterly surprised when the Principal announced my name during the program for Teacher’s Day.

I went to Santa Cruz to receive the “teaching apostolate” silver medal last June 18th. Soli Deo Gloria

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Published in: on June 30, 2011 at 6:38 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. Andres,

    Congratulations. An award your richly deserve.
    I just received your kind letter, and very much appreciated it. I will be passing it along to other members of our Mission Committee.

    Enjoy the winter break. We are just entering summer here in San Diego. Temperature will be in the 80’s today.

    God bless you as your serve.
    Steve Barclay
    RBCPC-Advocate

  2. Mi hermano, me da mucha alegría que otros compañeros de trabajo hayan reconocido el esfuerzo que haces en la enseñanza ¡muchas felicidades! Cuando oigo medallas, premios, diplomas y que de hecho nos da alegría aquí recibirlas y me pregunto ¿Qué será en el cielo? Dios nos anime a seguir esforzándonos para ser ejemplo a los creyentes en conducta, palabra, obra etc. Dios te bendiga mucho y me alegro contigo. Te admiro,
    Tutis

  3. ¡FELICIDADES, ANDRÉS! Me da tanto gusto que hayas recibido este reconocimiento.
    Me uno a ti en esta alegría desde México.
    Un saludo grandotote.


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