Transforming Lives & Communities Award
On January 12, 2017, Superintendent Pat Deklotz received the Transforming Lives & Communities Award from the Cardinal Stritch College of Education & Leadership.
College Dean Dr. Freda Russell presented Dr. Deklotz with the award.
"Pat was chosen for this award because she exemplifies the “servant leader” spirit in her professional life," Russell said. "It is not often that we look out amongst our alumni and observe such impact and ability to transform lives and communities. When we do hear and see a consistent pattern of service we consider the giving of this award. To this end, we are proud to say that Dr. Deklotz is worthy of such distinguished recognition and heartfelt thanks."
Deklotz received her Master’s and Doctoral Degrees from Cardinal Stritch.
"In addition to my gratitude for this award, I wish to thank Cardinal Stritch for personalizing my learning experience, much like we do with Kettle Moraine students," Deklotz said. In her address to students following the award presentation, Deklotz shared how the programs at Cardinal Stritch helped instill in her the knowledge, skills and passion she has for serving as a superintendent.