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Stepinac High Physics Teacher Honored For 50 Years

From left, the Rev. Thomas Collins, president of Stepinac High School; William F. Plunkett, chairman of the board; Ron Tedesco, honoree; Paul Carty, principal; Thomas Roach, mayor of White Plains; and Kevin Plunkett, deputy county executive.
From left, the Rev. Thomas Collins, president of Stepinac High School; William F. Plunkett, chairman of the board; Ron Tedesco, honoree; Paul Carty, principal; Thomas Roach, mayor of White Plains; and Kevin Plunkett, deputy county executive. Photo Credit: Contributed
The Rev. Thomas Collins, president of Stepinac High School, presents Ron Tedesco with a plaque for his 50 years at the school.
The Rev. Thomas Collins, president of Stepinac High School, presents Ron Tedesco with a plaque for his 50 years at the school. Photo Credit: Contributed
Students present Ron Tedesco with a wire sculpture that represents his years as a science teacher.
Students present Ron Tedesco with a wire sculpture that represents his years as a science teacher. Photo Credit: Contributed

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Ron Tedesco, longtime faculty member of Archbishop Stepinac High School, was honored for his 50 years of dedication to the school at a retirement ceremony on Thursday, May 8. 

In honor of this milestone, Stepinac announced that it will dedicate a new physics lab in his name to recognize his achievements.

Donations are being accepted for the Ron Tedesco Physics Lab. The funds will also help update the other labs in the school. 

To make a donation toward the Ron Tedesco Physics Lab, contact Dennis Buckley at 946-4800, ext. 282, or DBuckley@stepinac.org.