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to another edition of
Cardinal Hayes High
School Honor Students
Cardinal Hayes sent the
following message of congratulations:
Congratulations to the senior
honor students who participated
in Fordham University’s
Gabelli School of
Business Corporate Communications
A special thanks to Donna
Rapaccioli, Donald Almeida,
Al Salvatico, Professor Clarence
Ball III, Rui Guiamaeres,
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BRONX TIMES R 4 EPORTER, MAY 24-30, 2019 BTR
David Roush, a high
school media communications
teacher at Truman
High School who lives in
Throggs Neck, was one of 17
winners citywide of NYC Department
of Education’s 2019
Big Apple Awards for excellence
I didn’t choose teaching;
teaching chose me, said
According to the DOE:
Roush makes the classroom
feel like a real television production
studio, holding fiveminute
‘staff meetings,’ and
then releasing students to
complete their work.
a middle school English Language
Arts Teacher at I.S.
303, won the same award.
According to the DOE:
Jones-McAdams is the
founder of I.S. 303’s first ever
Gay Straight Alliance, which
planned and facilitated a student
panel discussion at the
Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Management Corporate Communications
program made a $1000 donation to Cardinal Hayes.
Photo courtesy of Cardinal Hayes
school’s most recent Women’s
Summit in March.
Amanda Palmieri, a
Special Education teacher at
P.S. 10, took home a Big Apple
Award as well.
According to the DOE:
Palmieri’s enthusiasm for
teaching is infectious and can
be felt the moment you walk
into her classroom.
Her rigorous instruction,
ongoing feedback, and emphasis
on self-monitoring and
personal accountability skills
have resulted in impressive
academic and social gains.
Danielle Tutelian, a
high school Mathematics
teacher at Bronx High
School of Business, won the
award as well.
According to DOE: Tutelian
became a teacher because
she wanted to instill
the same passion she has for
learning into others.
Students are held to high
expectations, and are given
opportunities to take on leadership
roles within the classroom.
Through the Teacher Assistant
Tutelian is training the next
generation of math teachers
by empowering students to
become teacher assistants.
Tutelian devotes a period
every morning to meet with
students and support them in
planning effective student-led