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Assistant Principal for Student Services

Dear Parents, Guardians, & Students,

It is an honor for me to introduce myself and to give you a better understanding of who I am and my position as the new Assistant Principal of Student Services (APSS).  I am a proud graduate of the Class of 2005 and after graduating from La Salle University in 2009, I began teaching Spanish at Cardinal Dougherty and then spent two years teaching at Father Judge.  I went on to teach Spanish and Italian at Neumann-Goretti, Little Flower, and Conwell-Egan. During the last five years at Conwell-Egan, I served as the World Language Department Chair and a member of the World Language Curriculum Committee.  

As the new APSS, my role is to provide a school climate conducive to learning and enforce a relevant discipline policy that ensures the dignity of our students.  My leadership philosophy is rooted in the spirit of our patron St. Francis de Sales who preached about the importance of the little virtues - honesty, acceptance, kindness, and patience.  Focusing on these simple yet critical virtues will allow me to fulfill my goal of shaping the next generation of “Salesian Gentleman”.  

The purpose of the Office of Student Services is to cultivate and maintain a learning environment that allows students to get the most out of their education and experience at Father Judge.  Student accountability, as well as self-respect and respect, will be my standard as I encourage our young men to live the words of our patron when he said “Be who you are and be that well”. A culture of accountability and respect will require everyone’s participation and support so I invite parents, students, and faculty to share their ideas and concerns.  Open communication will ensure that our students carry themselves as “Salesian Gentlemen”.  I look forward to meeting members of our school community in the coming months. In the meantime, I ask for your prayers as I begin my new role in support of our students and school.  

In Salesian Spirit and Crusader Pride,


Renato Sifoni ‘05