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CHS Athletic Trainer to receive Servant's Heart Award - 4/24

Bernie Stento

 

Chesterton High School has announced that Bernie Stento, one of its esteemed Athletic Trainers, will be honored with the prestigious Servant's Heart Award at the upcoming National Athletic Trainer's Association (NATA) annual convention in New Orleans at the end of June. This recognition celebrates Stento's unwavering dedication and exceptional service to the safety and success of Chesterton High School's student athletes.

 

As an outstanding Athletic Trainer, Bernie Stento embodies the ethos of care, professionalism, and commitment. Beyond his technical skills and expertise, he is renowned for his genuine concern for the well-being of every student athlete under his watch. His tireless efforts and compassionate approach have left an indelible mark on the Chesterton High School community.

Chesterton High School is fortunate to have not just one, but three outstanding Athletic Trainers, including Stento, Marnee Flinn-Smith, and Lisa Lazar. Together, they form a dynamic team of professionals who consistently go above and beyond in ensuring the health, safety, and success of the school's student athletes. Their dedication and hard work serve as a beacon of excellence within the athletic community.

Stento's receipt of the Servant's Heart Award is a testament to his exceptional character and unwavering commitment to service. His recognition is well-deserved and reflects the values of selflessness and dedication that define the Chesterton High School athletic program.

 

Congratulations to Bernie Stento on this well-deserved honor, his exemplary service and compassionate leadership.