AFA Montgomery Chapter Names Montgomery Catholic’s Mindy Walski as Chapter Teacher of the Year

AFA Montgomery Chapter Names Montgomery Catholic's Mindy Walski as Chapter Teacher of the Year 1
Susan Mallett of the Air Force Association names Mindy Walski Teacher of the Year. Pictured with Montgomery Catholic Principal, Chad Barwick. 

 The Montgomery Chapter of the Air Force Association is proud to announce Mindy Walski, an A.P. Computer Science  teacher from Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School  as the 2016 Chapter Teacher of the Year.
Walski graduated from Friends University in Wichita, Kansas with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems as well as a Master’s of Management Information Systems degree.  After being hired by Montgomery Catholic, she returned to college at the University of West Alabama and received a Master of Science in Continuing Education in Library Media. Walski worked as a programmer/Analyst for Protection One and then as a Systems Analyst for Hilo Hattie before staying home for a few years while her husband deployed to Iraq. Walski’s family transferred to Montgomery and she began her career at Montgomery Catholic in 2012. 

Susan Mallett of the Air Force Association made a special presentation to Walski after school Mass on Friday, May 6, 2016 in the Dolly Barranco Activity Center. 

“The Montgomery Chapter is proud to recognize Mindy Walski for her dedication to STEM education,” said Susan Mallett, Montgomery Chapter Air Force Association Vice President for Aerospace Education.  “Mindy Walski continues to make a difference in the lives of students and in our community and we are thankful for her efforts.”

Walski founded the Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School CyberPatriot program, where she had 40 students grades 7-12 participate on seven high school teams and two middle school teams. With great national results, Walski is looking forward to continuing the program next year. Walski is also responsible for developing Montgomery Catholic’s AP Computer Science courses and will expand the course selection for the 2016-2017 academic year.

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