We'd like to publicly thank Denise Myers for the leadership, service and caring that she brought as principal at Greensburg Central Catholic Junior-Senior High School since 2006.
Ms. Myers' ill-timed release last fall was based on accusations only, brought against her by the Diocese of Greensburg, that were never substantiated by any reasoning or direct evidence.
As the school year winds down, Myers is to be commended for how she put students first and supported them, both academically and athletically.
A strict disciplinarian, she had the utmost respect and admiration of parents and students. She would take time to get to know them by name. She would routinely follow up on parents' questions and answer emails late into the night.
In the era of a “me first” society, Denise Myers is a stand-up person of strong character and integrity. We pray that the next principal at Greensburg Central Catholic will have these same traits of strong character and integrity, along with the backing of the diocese.
Rick & Anne Stegman
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