ALUMNAE CHAMPION NEW SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Thanks to the generous support of several McAuley alumnae, whose investment affords us the opportunity to provide young women the lifetime advantage of a McAuley education. We are so grateful for all of the opportunities given from hearts leading with love, kindness, and mercy.
THE FRIENDSHIP MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established by a group of amazing friends, in loving memory of Patricia Dalton Dart ‘82 and Barbara Cherry Marzano ‘83, best friends who battled cancer yet remained supportive, kind, and loving to all. The scholarship will provide an annual award of $1,000 for students whose families are battling cancer and entering their freshman year of Mother McAuley High School. The first recipient was awarded this spring.
DENISE SULLIVAN HUGUELET ‘72 SPIRIT OF SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP is in memory of Denise Sullivan Huguelet ‘72, a special education teacher for more than 30 years, a mother to five, grandmother to eleven, and friend to all that met her. Her son Mike shared, “We traditionally think of accomplishments as titles and awards and bank account amounts...She didn’t look at accomplishments as, ‘I want to obtain this position’ or ‘I need to get this thing to validate my skill set.’ She just served. I think the accomplishments that I’m proud of her for and that she’d be most proud of are the individual student successes...Those were the accomplishments that she would be proud of. In the small moments, she could make somebody feel better and do something that they didn’t think they could do.” This $1,000 non-renewable scholarship was awarded to one member of the incoming class.
BE THE VISION SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to aid graduating seniors pursuing a higher degree at a 2-4 year college/university. Scholarships were presented to Bridget Sullivan ‘23 (Iowa State University) by alumna Shavonne Ford Stupart ‘96 and family, Caitlin McDonagh ‘23 (St. Ambrose University) by the Satkas Family, and Ndeye Kambe ‘23 (University of Missouri) by the McFadden Family.
Nikki Jennings ‘88 SENIOR FEE AWARDS were granted to 15 graduating seniors who needed aid with their senior fees including prom, graduation, Kairos, AP testing and courses, and dual credit courses fees. Nikki flew in to share breakfast with this group of students in person to share her story and the importance of paying it forward to the next generation.
Ted Lasso - A Connected Foundation
At their 50th reunion in December 2022, sisters Gina Reynolds ‘70 and Sheila Reynolds Trainor ‘70, and Loretta Wendt Jolivette ‘70 found out they have something unique in common - their nephews are both stars and creators of the popular Apple TV+ show, Ted Lasso.
Turf Field of Dreams
The installation of the new turf field in the summer of 2022 is the latest example of Mother McAuley's commitment to provide state-of-the-art, equitable facilities, opportunities, and funding for all students.
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