Anthony Del Monte | On 03, Oct 2016
Hudson Catholic has seen a big change in faculty and staff since last year. We students are welcoming over 10 new faces who have decided to call Hudson home.
Among the new additions to Hudson Catholic is Mr. George Mihalik, and to many students in Hudson Catholic, little is known about Mr. Mihalik as of yet. Luckily, The Commentator has got the scoop!
So, where did Mr. Mihalik work before becoming a member of the Hawk family? It turns out that Mihalik began his career in admissions at Seton Hall University for a short time before moving to Don Bosco Prep, where he stayed for five years. From Don Bosco Prep, he then moved to a private non-Catholic school called the Pingry School in Short Hills, NJ.
“I kind of missed working at a Catholic school, so when Mr. Garibell mentioned that this opportunity may become available, I jumped on it,” Mr. Mihalik said.
“I did my own Hawk for a Day, saw the school, and really felt comfortable here,” he went on. “I thought there were good kids here, and good people, and here I am.”
Mr. Mihalik also shared his thoughts on the good qualities of a successful Hawk.
“A kid that is looking to get involved. A kid that’s a team player. A kid that wants more than just a regular education at a public school. A kid that wants the values and opportunities to grow academically and spiritually,” Mihalik shared.
And what quote does he live by?
“Live for today and be kind,” he responded.
Be sure to introduce yourself to Mr. Mihalik and welcome him to the Hawk family!