Archdiocese of New York Names Interim Superintendent of Catholic Schools

//Archdiocese of New York Names Interim Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Archdiocese of New York Names Interim Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, announced that Mr. Michael J. Deegan, Deputy Superintendent, will assume the position of Interim Superintendent until a search is completed and a new superintendent has been installed. In the coming months, Cardinal Dolan will name a new Superintendent following the retirement of Dr. Timothy J. McNiff after his more than 10 years of service. > Click here for the full press release

A dedicated and experienced educator, Mr. Deegan has served the Church in Catholic education for almost forty years. A Catholic school principal for more than 20 years, he has taught at Iona Grammar School in New Rochelle, Power Memorial Academy in Manhattan, and Sacred Heart School in Manhattan. He has also served as principal at both St. Francis Xavier School and St. Jude School (both in Manhattan) and headmaster of Iona Grammar School.

In 2004, Edward Cardinal Egan, Archbishop of New York, appointed Mr. Deegan Director of Inner City Schools to help oversee the 122 elementary and secondary inner-city schools then serving more than 60,000 children. His responsibilities were in the areas of finance, institutional advancement, curriculum development and strategic planning. In 2013, he was appointed Deputy Superintendent of Schools, and continues to serve in that role.

2019-09-17T14:05:26-05:00April 2nd, 2019|Schools In The News|