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Mr. Hill announces new Assistant Pricipal for St. Philip - Michele Milano - please click to read more information

I am very happy to announce that Michele Milano has been hired to serve as Assistant Principal at St. Philip Neri Catholic School, beginning July 1 of this school year.

I have had the privilege of working with Mrs. Milano closely over the last three years.  Her skills and her experience as an administrator will be a boon to our school.  Her dedication to Catholic education is deep, and something I know you will all have the opportunity to experience as we work together in the upcoming school year.  Please see the following for more information about Mrs. Milano:

Mrs. Michele Milano has over seventeen years in education. As a Catholic school teacher, administrator, and parent of four children educated in the Catholic school system, she has a wealth of experience and knowledge. She earned her B.S. in Education from LSU and a Master in Education- Administration and Supervision from Our Lady of Holy Cross College.
  
Her most recent position was an Assistant Principal at St. Catherine of Siena School. Previously, she worked at Ursuline Academy teaching English Language Arts and Social Studies in their Middle School. Earlier, she worked at Kehoe France School as their Middle School Coordinator and also taught English Language Arts. Her previous positions provided her with valuable skills and responsibilities, including facilitating professional development, mentoring teachers, implementing new curricula, and serving on accreditation teams.
  
When asked her philosophy of Catholic identity and its relationship with academic excellence, Mrs. Milano wrote, “As a native of New Orleans, it has been my privilege to serve others through the ministry of education at local schools. Being able to educate children while also fostering a life-long commitment to Jesus is a gift. I will dedicate my time and efforts to ensure that St. Philip Neri continues to grow as a remarkable academic institution grounded in Christ.”