Glenholme recognizes supervisor with national award
Published 11:28 am, Tuesday, December 5, 2017
The Glenholme School, a boarding and day school for students with social, emotional and learning challenges, has recognized one of its faculty members for his work in creating a culture of caring.
Matt Clady was presented the Devereux’s Thomas Donovan Culture of Caring Award for “his extraordinary contributions” and because he “embodies the qualities espoused by Mr. Donovan,” according to a press release.
In 2002, the Devereux Board of Trustees established the Thomas Donovan Culture of Caring Award, to be awarded annually to one member of each Devereux program throughout the country. The Glenholme School, in Washington, is the Connecticut center of Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health.
Clady joined Glenholme’s faculty in August of 2011. He is a part-time supervisor and manages the athletics program.
“He consistently strives to deliver quality instruction, while maintaining the highest level of care to students,” according to the release. “Mr. Clady’s impressive flexibility, openness to learning, and commitment to the Glenholme mission, are just a few examples of the exceptional attributes which earned him this award.”