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Chief Administrators Inspired to Sustain Mission

Leadership from Lasallian secondary schools gathered in Tucson, AZ, for the 2013 Lasallian Association of Secondary School Chief Administrators Conference Sunday, February 24 through Wednesday, February 27. The gathering featured the theme of Sustainability and Viability: Let’s Accomplish Both! Chief administrators, along with Regional leaders, District leaders and others, were inspired by engaging speakers, breakout sessions, idea-sharing, and camaraderie. Browse through the stories below to see highlights from each day of events. Click here for pictures.

LASSCA Participants Return to Schools Reinvigorated

Participants of the Lasallian Association of Secondary School Chief Administrators (LASSCA) Conference returned to their schools throughout the Region reinvigorated and connected by a sense of shared mission. More…


Chief Administrators Kick Off Conference in Tucson (Sunday)

The Conference began Sunday with a Mass celebrated by the Most Reverend Gerald F. Kicanas, D.D., Bishop of Tucson, and a keynote address by Dr. Gregory T. Kopra, Director of Formation for Mission for the District of San Francisco. More…


Wide Variety of Sessions Highlight Day Two (Monday)

The second day of the LASSCA Conference began with a roundtable discussion for school board leaders during breakfast before a jam-packed day of informative sessions, including a keynote address by Brother William Mann, FSC, President of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. More…


Visit to San Miguel High School Highlights Day Three of Conference (Tuesday)

An engaging keynote speaker and a visit to San Miguel High School were just a few of the highlights from Tuesday’s conference activities. More…



LASSCA Conference Concludes with Inspiring Message (Wednesday)

Chief administrators, board members and other leaders returned to their schools Wednesday after the conclusion of the LASSCA Conference. Once again, San Miguel students started the day by leading the group in prayer. Following breakfast, Dr. Greg Kopra, Director for Formation for Mission for the District of San Francisco, and Dr. William Hudson, President of Totino-Grace High School in Fridley, MN, addressed the group with ways to advance the Lasallian mission. They discussed formation of faculty, understanding the mission and the founding story, and more.