Assistant Principal for Student Affairs
Dear Parents, Guardians, & Students,
As a proud alum of Father Judge High School, I am honored to write to you to provide some information about my background and explain my role as the newly appointed Assistant Principal of Student Affairs (APSA) as well as the services of the Office of Student Affairs. My career at Father Judge began in 2015 as a Social Studies teacher. I quickly embraced the opportunity to become active within the school community as an assistant coach, club moderator, committee member, and lead teacher. At the beginning of the 2018-19 School Year, I was appointed Chair of the Social Studies Department. In this role, I worked alongside the faculty and school leaders to create goals and initiatives to strengthen and foster the academic success of our students. In my new role as APSA, I look forward to continuing that goal and helping your son grow both inside and outside the classroom.
The purpose of the Office of Student Affairs is to actively organize and oversee the involvement and activities of our students. This includes extracurricular activities, athletics, school events, working with the Parents' Association, coordinating the school calendar, and community outreach through our Parent Newsletter. As work together as a school community, I encourage open communication and I support an “open-door policy” as an administrator. I welcome students, faculty, staff, and families to reach out with any questions, ideas, or concerns. Together, we will continue to great legacy and traditions of Father Judge High School.
In Salesian Spirit and Crusader Pride,
William Loughlin '11, M.Ed.