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Welcome to the new school year! 

It has been a busy summer for all of us as we completed the most unique school year ever, attempted to regain some time and access to family and friends over the transition period, and now proceed into the upcoming year with excitement, opportunity, and hope – most importantly - with hope.

As the incoming President of Holy Family and St. Dominic Savio, it is my honor and blessing to join you in this journey for our schools.  God provides each of us with a simple road map for a wonderful life here and beyond – trust in Him and follow His path.  Seems simple but requires the truest commitment from each of us and is one shared via our faith and relationship with each other. As Mary taught us, we simply need to say “yes” to God’s call.  Again, it sounds simple but can get complicated when we get too busy, too anxious, and too doubtful.  What is wonderful about our school is the integrated experience between our parents, staff, students, and the support system, the culture, and the climate that sets us apart. We walk in faith over fear, and we are the light of hope during any storm.

Looking forward to building a relationship with you, our students, our staff and faculty, and our overall “family”.  My style of leadership is based on a Listen, Learn, and Lead model.  So, please be patient with me as I become immersed in who we are, who we want to be, who we need to be, and then defining how we will get there.  I humbly ask for your prayers and please know that you are in my daily intentions too. 

So, if you are a returning family, a new family, or someone checking us out as the best option for your child, please be assured that your choice in us will be matched with appreciation, communication, and consistent quality.  The heart, mind, body, and soul of each student is our priority and as we serve each child that walks through our doors each day, we will do so with love, respect, and care. 

We are companions on the journey, and we have just begun to build our legacy of excellence.  Through clear expectations, collaborative engagement, supportive empowerment, honest evaluation, and renewed evangelization, we will find that God’s grace, combined with our efforts, will produce outstanding opportunities for our school.

God Bless,

Tim Cullen