LASSCA Conference Concludes

//LASSCA Conference Concludes

LASSCA Conference Concludes

LASSCA 2015 SlideThe 11th annual conference of the Lasallian Association of Secondary School Chief Administrators (LASSCA) concluded on February 25 in San Diego, CA.

The conference took place February 22-25 at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley.  Its theme was Lasallian Leadership in a High Velocity World, and featured a number of keynote presentations and breakout sessions for the 100-plus attending regional chief administrators, board members, presenters, and District and Regional leaders.

Br. Michael Collins Award 2015

(L-R) Br. Gale Condit, FSC, Mr. Robert Scott, Mr. Mark Firmin, and Mr. Michael Scalco. (Photo Carissa Hahn)

During the conference, Archbishop Rummel High School of the District of San Francisco New Orleans was honored as the recipient of the Brother Michael Collins Award, which  recognize excellence in a Lasallian secondary school program that represents admirable values, standards and passions.  The school received the award in recognition for its Operation HeadStart program, which involves its students and faculty in service to at-risk and developmentally challenged children.  Mr. Robert Scott, AFSC, President of Saint Joseph’s Collegiate Institute in Buffalo, NY, made the presentation to Archbishop Rummel’s Student Services Director Mark Firmin, Principal Michael Scalco, and President Brother Gale Condit, FSC.  View video on Archbishop Rummel’s Operation HeadStart.

In addition, there were meetings of the Lasallian Education Council on February 21 and the Regional Conference of Christian Brothers on February 22-24.

For a complete conference recap, highlights, and photos, go to the Christian Brothers Conference’s websiteFacebook page, and Twitter page.

SFNO LASSCA 2015

The District of San Francisco New Orleans’ participants at the 2015 LASSCA Conference. (Photo Br. James Joost, FSC)

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