Kellie Mullin, Adrian Peterson, Scott McLarty, Alex Endo
New school leadership start year at Catholic schools in archdiocese
September 19th, 2016
Principal, St. Raymond School, Menlo Park
Mullin has worked in education for 11 years, six in Catholic schools. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in education from UC Berkeley. She is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of San Francisco’s Catholic Educational Leadership program. “I believe that Catholic education involves a moral commitment to work toward achieving social justice and recognition of the dignity of all people. I feel so blessed to have the opportunity to work to accomplish this at St. Raymond School,” Mullin told Catholic San Francisco.
Principal, St. Matthew School, San Mateo
Peterson served for 10 years as vice principal of St. Catherine of Siena School, Burlingame. She holds a graduate degree in education and is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of San Francisco. In a letter to parents, St. Matthew pastor, Msgr. John Talesfore said: “I am overjoyed to welcome Mrs. Peterson as our principal” and confident “she will embrace the best of our rich St. Matthew School traditions.”
Sister Cecilia F. Fabular, OP
Principal, St. Charles Borromeo School, San Francisco
Dominican Sister Cecilia has previously taught at St. Charles and Colma’s Holy Angels School. She has been a teacher for more than two decades. She holds a graduate degree from the Catholic Educational Leadership program at the University of San Francisco. “I am honored to have the opportunity to be the new principal of St. Charles Borromeo School, to partner with the parents in the education their children,” Sister Cecilia told Catholic San Francisco. “My love for learning, teaching and care for the children that I taught, drives my passion to become an educator for life.”
Head of School, Mercy High School, San Francisco
McLarty brings 13 years of Catholic education experience at both the secondary and collegiate levels to his new post at Mercy. McLarty holds an undergraduate degree in English and theology and a graduate degree in theology from Loyola University, Chicago. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of San Francisco’s Catholic Educational Leadership program. “I am both humbled by this new role and excited to get to know the Mercy High School Community,” McLarty said in a statement. He and his wife, Hope, are the parents of daughter, Harper.
Principal, St. James School, San Francisco
Endo has previously served as principal of Our Lady of Mercy School, Daly City and vice principal of San Francisco’s St. Philip School. He holds a graduate degree in education and teaching credential from the University of San Francisco as well as an administrative credential and graduate degree in education leadership from San Francisco State University. “Catholic education offers a vital foundation for our students as they discover their gifts and prepare to lead society,” Endo told Catholic San Francisco.
From September 22, 2016 issue of Catholic San Francisco.