Archbishop Rummel High School’s new principal begins work _lowres

Photo provided by Archbishop Rummel High School—New administrators at Archbishop Rummel High School are, from left, Richard Carpenter, Marc Milano, Casey Cadella and Douglas Neill.

Marc Milano, the former principal at Marie Riviere School in Metairie, is now principal at Archbishop Rummel High School. He served for 21 years as an educator and administrator in the Jefferson Parish public school system prior to beginning his role as Archbishop Rummel principal/CEO on July 1.

Assisting Milano in the administration of the school are Casey Cadella, assistant principal of admissions and communications; Richard Carpenter, assistant principal of discipline and student achievement; and Douglas Neill, assistant principal for academics and instruction.

Continuing as president of Archbishop Rummel is Brother Gale Condit.

Other appointments for the 2015-16 school year are Matthew Caire, director of religious formation; Travis Olivier, director of guidance services; Joseph Serio, director of student activities; and Donald Stout, director of advancement and alumni relations.

Appointed to the teaching staff at Archbishop Rummel are: Emily Boyle, Texas Woman’s University, science; Christopher Chetta, University of St. Thomas, social studies; Jaye Herzog, Southeastern Louisiana University, mathematics; Cameron Hill, Loyola University, English; Warren Irwin, Jacksonville University, fine arts; Louis LeCarpentier, Loyola University, mathematics; Tiffany Malatesta, New Jersey City University, English; Brian Nelson, Loyola University, English; Kevin Peters, Delta State University, science; and Velinda Verdin, Nicholls State University, science.