Ms. Hue joined CM after completing a year of teaching and cultural programmingat the Universidad de Comillas in Spain. She has worked as a coordinator and resident assistant for Education First. In this role, she helped transition international students into American culture. During her undergraduate studies at Providence College, Ms. Hue was on the Board of Multicultural Student Affairs and facilitated a workshop that developed bilingual narratives in the Providence Public Schools. She has also developed student programming in Nicaragua.
Br. Cavet began his ministry with the Christian Brothers as a teacher at Essex Catholic in New Jersey from 1970-1971. Since then, he has taught at Christian Brothers schools in New York and Michigan and has served as the principal of Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School in Florida. While at CM, he has helped guide the speech and debate team to two consecutive State Championships. He also played a significant role in founding the school’s Irish Studies Program.
Mr. Clark taught several courses in Greek and Latin during his postgraduate studies at Tufts University. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The College of the Holy Cross and rowed for the school’s varsity crew team. He studied abroad in Buenos Aires, speaks fluent Spanish, and hailsfrom Connecticut.
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Ms. Concannon founded CM’s Irish Studies Program, the only high school program outside of the European Union that offers an Irish language elective. She has led numerous immersion trips to Ireland for CM students, faculty, and alumni and regularly hosts government officials from Ireland at CM. As a part of her program, Ms. Concannon teaches Irish I and Irish II. She was instrumental in the development of CM’s middle school. In the CMmiddle school, sheserves as the guidance counselor.
Mr. Rufo studied abroad at the Beijing Center for Chinese Studies at the University of International Business and Economics during his undergraduate studies at Boston College. He taught at Austin Preparatory School and Dedham High School before arriving at CM. He was also the former middle school wrestling coach at the Park School. At CM, he has coached wrestling and golf.
Mr. Tobin arrived at CM in 1985 as the school’s JV basketball coach and began teaching in 1992. When CM opened its middle school in 1993, he taught its students Latin and a variety of humanities courses. Since 2001, he has served as the head coach of the varsity basketball team and has won two State Championships and eight League Championships. Mr. Tobin’s three sons are CM alumni.
Mr. Verdaguer moved to the United States from Patagonia, Argentina when he was nine-years-old. He appreciates and embraces the many aspects of American culture while maintaining the customs, values, and traditions of his native country. He has directedCM’s Knights of the Round Table multi-cultural group and has been a featured speaker at CM’s Agape Latte program. He is married to his wife,Femaris. Together, they have two boys, Matías and Luis. During his undergraduate studies at Boston College, Mr. Verdaguer captained the varsity track team at BC and received the Archbishop Romero Scholarship.
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