The Cabrini Distinguished Educator Award is presented to elementary school teachers who have done an outstanding job of preparing their students to succeed in high school. Pictured (L-R) are the 2016 recipients of Cabrini's Distinguished Educator Award. They are:
Lisa Moree — St. Christopher nominated by Victoria Duke’20
Katie Hernandez Krajcer’03 — St. Catherine of Siena nominated by Savannah Schenck’20
Robin Hartdegen — St. Ann nominated by Gabrielle Taylor’20 and Brooke Cuccia’20
Catherine Papia — St. Anthony Padua nominated by Mia Morrell’20
Cindy Sprague — St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton nominated by Sophia Brouillette’17
The Class of 1981 enjoyed its 35 Year Reunion on Saturday, April 30th. The Class of 1981 gathered together at The Happy Italian restaurant, owned by alumna and 1981 classmate Sandy Trapani Minutillo, to enjoy fun, food, and friendship. They passed around yearbooks and pictures, laughing and reminiscing about the best four years they spent at Cabrini High School 35 years ago. The highlight of the night was seeing former teachers Jo Soto and Sandra Granier. Several of the ladies even wore 1980’s prom themed attire! Click the photo to view a slideshow from the event!
Senior/Junior Prom Guidelines 2016
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 14:25
Date: May 13th
Location: Magnolia Plantation - 818 Elmwood Park Blvd, New Orleans, LA
Time: 9:00 – 12:00 Midnight – Lock in is from 10:00 – 11:30
Attire: The prom is formal. Dresses must be floor length around the ENTIRE HEM. No cut outs in front or in back are acceptable. Strapless is acceptable as long as dress covers back to shoulder blade. Escorts must wear TUXEDO with DRESS SHOES. Faculty and administration will check attire. Students and escorts must meet guidelines in order to be admitted.
Jack S. Truxillo Named President of Cabrini High School
Monday, 02 May 2016 14:25
Jack S. Truxillo has been named president and Chief Executive Officer of Cabrini High School effective July 1, 2016.
He replaces Ardley R. Hanemann Jr., who is retiring from that position. The announcement was made by the school’s Board of Trustees following an extensive nationwide search.