Principal Appointed at La Salle HS Yakima

La Salle High School of Yakima, WA has announced that Ted Kanelopoulos has been named principal. He has served in an interim capacity since July 1, 2011 when Brother James Joost, FSC, resigned to become Auxiliary Visitor of the District of San Francisco. Prior to being principal, Kanelopoulos taught Religious Studies and directed Campus Ministry [...]

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Brother James Ash, RIP

Brother James Ash, FSC, of the San Francisco District, died on June 23, 2012, at the age of 75 after a short illness. At the time of his death, Brother James was a member of the Christian Brothers Community of De La Salle High School in Concord, CA. FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS:Tuesday, July 3Mont La Salle Chapel4401 [...]

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CBU Enters Partnership to Train Physician Assistants

Christian Brothers University (CBU) in Memphis, TN has teamed with up with two health care organizations as it continues to lead the way in addressing the area's growing demand for quality healthcare services. Baptist Memorial Health Care and Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare have donated $125,000 each to CBU's new Master of Science in Physician Assistant [...]

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La Salle University Students Win International Film Award

Five La Salle University (LSU) students won first place for "Best Story" at the Campus MovieFest (CMF) Golden Tripod Awards in Hollywood on June 23. The film "Empty Pages," produced by Andrew Groy, Dave Grzybowski, Sean Gubitosi, Mike McCoy and Catherine Zini of LSU's Department of Communication, was selected from nearly 200 award-winning entries by [...]

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Central Catholic Names New President

Brother Patrick Duffy has been appointed president of Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, PA. He replaces Brother Richard Grzeskiewicz who passed away earlier this month. Bro. Patrick most recently served as the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for Nicaragua's Atlantic Coast Region where he was responsible for more than 17,000 students and 643 teachers in [...]

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Getting the Word Out on Lasallian Education

Since the launch of the Lasallian Education brand a year ago, more and more Lasallian schools in the U.S. have adopted the brand by incorporating the visual identity and narrative into their various communication materials. Resources for implementing the brand are available on the Christian Brothers Conference website, including an updated brand guide, examples of [...]

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New Developments in Saint Mary’s College Leadership

Brother Ronald Gallagher, President of Saint Mary's College of California in Moraga, has announced his decision to step down after nearly eight years of leadership. Bro. Ron will return to the faculty when his current term ends on June 30, 2013. An international search for his replacement, assisted by a leading executive search firm, will [...]

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Grant for CBU Special Education Teachers

The Tennessee Department of Education has awarded a three-year renewal of the Become a Special Educator in TN (BASE-TN) grant to Christian Brothers University. This $225,000 grant provides financial support for students who want to earn an initial Tennessee teaching licensure in special education or an endorsement in special education. The BASE-TN grant allows CBU [...]

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Saint Mary’s University to Kick Off Centennial Celebration

Saint Mary's University of Minnesota will launch its 100th anniversary celebration with a Centennial Cornerstone Commemoration Saturday, June 23 Saint Mary's Hall in Winona where the university began. The program will include a blessing of the cornerstone, along with remarks from Brother William Mann, Saint Mary's president. Proclamations will be read, historic items will be [...]

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New Leadership at DeLaSalle HS

The Board of Trustees at DeLaSalle High School in Minneapolis, MN has announced the appointment of Barry C. Lieske, AFSC as president effective June 8. Lieske has served DeLaSalle in a variety of administrative capacities since 1979 and just finished his 19th year as principal. Lieske has served as interim president since January 2012 after [...]

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