Church Farm School Honors Trio of Women Dedicated to the School with Its Inaugural Medal
Church Farm School recently presented its inaugural CFS Medal to Stacey Shreiner Kley, Caroline “Cackie” Buck Rogers, and Cannie Crysler Shafer as part of its Campus Dedication Ceremony.
The new award honors service and dedication to Church Farm School and education.
The granddaughter of CFS’s founder and first head of school, Shreiner Kley has lived and breathed the school’s mission her entire life. In addition to serving on the school’s board, she was also a board member at Montgomery School and The Shipley School. She has worked in education as both a teacher and an administrator and played a pivotal role as co-chair of CFS’s newly created strategic plan, entitled “Unlocking Potential.”
Known as a pillar of support to a myriad of community organizations – most notably the Academy of Music, the Philadelphia Zoo, The Shipley School, and Bryn Mawr Hospital – Buck Rogers joined CFS’s board in 2016 following a long legacy established by her father and grandfather. For 15 years, she administered the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church Tutoring Program, which pairs underserved elementary school students with local high school students for one-on-one tutoring and enrichment.
One of CFS’s first female board members, Crysler Shafer has been a lifelong teacher and independent school administrator, having spent many of her professional years in the service of underserved students. She currently works with the Middle States Association and University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and serves on the board at St. Peter’s School in Philadelphia.
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