Living the Charism in Association for Mission | Directional Statement
In order to foster and enrich our Lasallian charism, we recognize the need to invite and encourage all members of Lasallian communities to associate for mission. We aim to ensure that each local ministry is supported by, and in turn, supports district, regional and international formation initiatives.

Spring Workshop for 2017

Lasallian Schools: Communities of Welcome, Learning and Encounter

March 12-14, 2017

Sunday, March 12: Registration 7:00 pm
Tuesday, March 14: Conclusion at 11:00 am (lunch optional)

Sheraton Hotel
6 Industrial Way East
Eatontown NJ 07724


Registration is now closed. For questions, concerns, or inquiries, please contact Ms. Maryann Donohue-Lynch

Price is $225 (all inclusive, lodging, meals, socials, workshop registration, materials)

This annual Workshop welcomes members of our Lasallian educational communities to gather “together and by association” for the purpose of professional development and networking.

Spring Workshop Planning Committee

  • Ms. Cecilia Gottsegen, Assistant Principal, Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, NY
  • Mr. Michael Folts, Vice Principal for Student Affairs, Saint Joseph’s Collegiate Institute, NY
  • Mr. Jeffrey Blake, Vice Principal for Academic Affairs, Calvert Hall College High School, Maryland
  • Mrs. Maryann Donohue-Lynch, Office for Mission and Ministry, DENA, NJ

Past Spring Workshops

2016 Latino Enquentro
2016 Special: Mission Driven Athletics (Higher Ed and Secondary Schools)
2015 Ministry Communication Directors
2014 Secondary School Athletic Directors
2013 School Admission and Enrollment Directors

Topics for General and Breakout Sessions

  • A Lasallian School: Maintaining A School Culture of Welcome, Respect and Integrity
  • It’s Not Just About the Academics: Lasallian Schools-Fields of Mission for God’s Kingdom
  • Social Media: Yup, We Need to Continue Talking About It…
  • Supervision of Teachers and Students: Successfully Walking the Tightrope
  • Schools of Excellence: Dealing with Student (Parent) Anxiety and Stress
  • Curriculum Development: Life Beyond the Textbook
  • Scheduling: Need We Say More?
  • BYOI (Interests) via specialized conversation groups of your determination
  • Additional topics maybe added in the coming weeks

A key dimension of the Spring Workshop so time will be provided for conversation and personal professional sharing.

Who is invited to attend this Workshop?

Secondary School

  • Vice/Assistant Principals of Academics
  • Vice/Assistant Principals of Student Life
  • Vice/Assistant Principals for Faculty and Curriculum
  • Vice/Assistant Principals for Discipline
  • Other as determined by the Head of School