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Trinity High School Names New Principal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 10, 2018

Trinity High School Announces Hiring of
Steve Gadecki as New Principal

(MANCHESTER, NH) David A. Thibault, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Manchester, announced today the hiring of Mr. Steven F. Gadecki as the new Principal of Trinity High School in Manchester. Mr. Gadecki has worked at Trinity High School, first as a teacher and then as Assistant Principal, since 2001. He will begin his new role on July 1.

“With a Master’s Degree in Educational Policy and Administration and more than thirty years of experience in both public and Catholic schools, Mr. Gadecki is highly qualified for the position,” Mr. Thibault said. “Having worked at the school for seventeen years, Mr. Gadecki has a strong sense of the strengths and weaknesses of Trinity, and is ready to begin the task of leading and helping the school grow.”

Mr. Gadecki said, “As we prepare to welcome our 49th incoming class, I am humbled to have been given the opportunity to build upon Trinity’s long legacy of Faith, Scholarship and Character. Trinity exemplifies what education—and more specifically what Catholic education—is all about. It not only provides students with the opportunity to reach their academic potential, but more importantly celebrates that they are children of God.”

Mr. Gadecki and his wife, Cathy, have been married for 30 years and have five children, Anna, Paul, Kara, Eric and Alex, all of whom are graduates of Trinity High School. They are communicants of Saint Elizabeth Seton Parish in Bedford, where he has coached CYO basketball and other youth sports, and taught in the parish Faith Formation program.

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Trinity High School, a co-ed Catholic, college-preparatory community, provides a safe and caring environment in which students seek and achieve personal and academic excellence and grow in faith. Trinity students combine learning with leadership through service to their faith, school, and community. For more information, please visit www.trinity-hs.org.

The Diocese of Manchester is the Roman Catholic Church in New Hampshire, serving the needs of 255,000 Catholics. For more information, please visit www.catholicnh.org/overview.