Generativity Award

The PTA established the Generativity Award in 2018 to honor members of Clinton community who have demonstrated a long-standing commitment to our children. Generativity, a term first coined by Erik Erikson, is defined as, “a concern for establishing and guiding the next generation through caring, teaching, and engaging in creative work which contributes to society.”

2020 recipient: Cathleen Cole

Henry Carter Hull Library Reference and Young Adult Librarian Cathleen Cole (center) accepts her Clinton PTA Generativity Award surrounded by (from left) Rory Smith, Meredith Adler, Abby Roccapriore, Heather Moore, Laura Colebank, Val Nye, Abby Eydman, Karin Gosselink, Clara Franzoni, and Emma Alvarez. Photo by Maribeth Breen
Henry Carter Hull Library Reference and Young Adult Librarian Cathleen Cole (center) accepts her Clinton PTA Generativity Award surrounded by (from left) Rory Smith, Meredith Adler, Abby Roccapriore, Heather Moore, Laura Colebank, Val Nye, Abby Eydman, Karin Gosselink, Clara Franzoni, and Emma Alvarez. Photo by Maribeth Breen

2019 Recipient: Angela Guarascio

Joel Principal Angela Guarascio is the first recipient of Clinton PTA’s Generativity Award. Pictured with her husband Frank and son Frank Jr.

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