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Kellogg Award Winners

Head of School Fred Williams presenting the Kellogg Award to Lisa Hart and Meghan Fluckiger.

Each year Rectory School presents the School's prestigious Kellogg Award. The Kellogg Award, established in 1993 by Rectory alumnus Peter Kellogg '57 in honor of his mother, Mrs. James Crane Kellogg III, recognizes Rectory employees for their dedication and commitment to the School. Each year, two employees are selected to be recipients of this award because of their many years of service to the School and their special help to the school and students. Below are the most recent recipients with Headmaster Fred Williams' comments.

This Year's Award Winners

Head of School Fred Williams presenting the Kellogg Award to Lisa Hart.

Hired initially as technology support, in her ten years on campus Mrs. Hart has had five official titles and a few well-deserved unofficial ones; all reflect her above-and-beyond approach to her job and Rectory. This assortment of titles results from her array of talents and an unparalleled work ethic that is on display before the sun rises, well after the sun sets, and across all seven days of the week—even when she is supposedly on vacation.

Head of School Fred Williams presenting the Kellogg Award to Megan Fluckiger.

This Kellogg recipient imagined herself a teacher from the earliest of ages when she played school with her friends; she—without question—assumed the teacher's role creating a quite orderly and dynamic learning environment while not yet having graduated from the fourth grade. For many of us, our dreams diverge either because reality sets in—Ms. Fluckiger never wavered in her career path and has only enhanced her ability to engage a room and inspire young learners.


Rectory School is situated on 138 panoramic acres on scenic Route 169 in the historic “Quiet Corner” of northeastern Connecticut:

Line drawn map of Connecticut and surrounding states Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York.
  • 42 miles east of Hartford
  • 35 miles west of Providence
  • 80 miles south of Boston
  • 120 miles east of New York City

Our campus is easily accessible to four major cities and several international airports in the northeastern United States.

We live the Rectory School Creed: