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Several local Catholic schools begin year with new leadership


Several of the new leaders of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Boston are pictured at a meeting hosted by the Catholic Schools Office at the Pastoral Center last month. Pictured left to right are: Susan Degnan, Cynthia Donovan, Caitlin Oglesby, Kellie Kickham, Tiffany Sawyer, Scot Landry, Joan Sullivan, Robert Casaletto. Pilot photo/Mark Labbe

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BRAINTREE -- As students begin classes in the new 2017-2018 academic year, several schools in the Archdiocese of Boston have new leadership. The following are among the new top administrators who have recently begun their tenure, listed alphabetically by school.

Boston College High School, Boston -- President Grace Cotter Regan

Regan assumes her appointment after serving as the Head of School at St. Mary's High School in Lynn. Previously, she was the Provincial Assistant and Executive Director of Advancement for the New England Province of Jesuits. Regan served in leadership roles in advancement and alumni at Boston College and the College of the Holy Cross, and holds master's degrees in pastoral ministry, student affairs, and higher education administration from Boston College and the University of Vermont.

East Boston Central Catholic School, East Boston -- Principal Robert Casaletto

Casaletto taught sixth grade for 22 years prior to his appointment. He received his bachelor's degree at Boston University and a master's degree at Lesley College.

As principal, he plans to guide the school through the changes that are taking place in the East Boston community to ensure that it will be able to maintain its identity and continue to provide Catholic education in the city for years to come.

Holy Name Parish School, West Roxbury -- Principal Kathleen Caulfield

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