St. Stephen CES Teacher receives the Mother Delphine Award for Service

Cutler with CardinalPaulette Cutler, Teacher at St. Stephen Catholic Elementary School in Woodbridge was recently presented with the Mother Delphine Award for Service at the 2014 ShareLife Recognition Reception at St. Paul’s Basilica. His Eminence, Thomas Cardinal Collins, and Tim Lee Loy, Coordinator of Schools and Employee Campaigns for ShareLife thanked Paulette for her work during the reception.

Paulette Cutler was recognized for her life-long commitment to ShareLife and her outstanding contributions to the community and Catholic education.

“Ms. Cutler's efforts and dedication go far beyond the classroom,” said Anna Barone, Principal, St. Stephen CES. “Her caring and compassion extend into many facets of the Catholic Learning Community she has helped to create here at St. Stephen. From her role as Liturgical Lead coordinating our school masses and liturgies to her Board level commitments as Faith Ambassador and her efforts on behalf of various charities, like ShareLife, she is a force full of love and concern for others who is always looking for Cutler with Tim Lee Loyways to give back. On behalf of our St. Stephen school community, I thank her and congratulate her on receiving the Mother Delphine Award for Service.”

Paulette Cutler has helped to ensure that St. Stephen CES participated in the fight to raise awareness for cancer through organizing the school’s Annual Walk/Run for Terry. She has also greatly contributed to the school’s record-breaking efforts on behalf of ShareLife and has helped St. Stephen become the top school contributor to ShareLife.

Cutler shaking hands with the Cardinal, holding award

Cutler with Board staff at reception

Cutler with Cardinal