Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School’s president Anne Ceasar was recently named as the Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teachers (AAFT) Outstanding Administrator for 2012 by the AAFT Board of Directors.
The Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teachers is a state-wide umbrella organization for the Alabama chapters of the American Association of Teachers of French, the American Association of Teachers of German, the American Association of Teachers of Italian, the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, and the National Association of Self-Instructional Programs, as well as for the following local language groups: the Alabama Classical Association, the Alabama Association of Foreign Languages in Elementary Schools, and the Alabama Association of Bilingual/English as a Second Language. Their purpose is to provide united action in promoting in the state of Alabama the effective teaching, study, and appreciation of foreign languages and cultures through our annual conference and other activities. AAFLT advocates the advancement of the study of languages, their literatures and cultures at all levels of instruction.
Each year, the AAFLT Board of Directors selects one administrator for their Annual Outstanding Administrator Award winner. Mrs. Ceasar was honored as the 2012 recipient at the AAFLT Conference luncheon held on the campus of Auburn Montgomery.
Pictured: Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School president Anne Ceasar, the Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teacher’s 2012 Outstanding Administrator Award recipient.