Teti to receive Greensburg Central Catholic award

Friday, February 14, 2020 - Updated: 4:06 pm

GREENSBURG — Donald Teti, a former assistant superintendent of secondary schools for the Diocese of Pittsburgh, has been named Greensburg Central Catholic’s 2020 Distinguished Centurion for his long career in education in western Pennsylvania and his service to the junior-senior high school.

A 1965 graduate of Greensburg Central Catholic and former principal at the school, Teti will receive the award at the school’s annual Auction/Distinguished Centurion Award event, “Diamonds are Forever,” Friday, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m. at Stratigos Banquet Centre in North Huntingdon.

Teti, who now lives in Pittsburgh, served as a math and science teacher and assistant principal at Jeannette Junior High School, principal of Blairsville and West Mifflin high schools, and assistant superintendent for the Plum School District.

He retired from Plum, then came out of retirement in 2005 to work for the Diocese of Pittsburgh. After retiring again, Teti returned to his alma mater and served as principal (2014-16).

Teti retired a third time in 2016, but remains active at the school as a member of its advisory council and alumni association.

Tickets to the auction can be purchased by calling the GCC Advancement Office at 724-834-0310, ext. 4201, or online at www.bidpal.net/gccauction2020.

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