PITTSBURGH-Kenneth M. Sinagra has been named principal at Canevin Catholic High School, Crafton, by Father Kris Stubna, diocesan Secretary for Education, effective August 19, 2002.
We are extremely pleased that Mr. Sinagra
was available for this position," Father Stubna said.
...A native of Pittsburgh, Sinagra attended Saint Ambrose Elementary School in Spring Hill, North Catholic High School, and earned the BA in philosophy and theology from Duquesne University.He entered graduate study in divinity at Saint Meinrad School of Theology, and then returned to Duquesne where he obtained the MS in education and completed his certification for secondary principal. He is a member of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and the Pennsylvania Association of Secondary School Principals.In addition to teaching and administrative experience, Sinagra chaired the Diocesan Steering Committee for Drug and Alcohol Prevention Services and instituted the Partners in Prevention parent organization at Central Catholic to collaborate on substance abuse prevention programs.He also led the development of the Central Catholic student creed, faculty creed, and the student/parent handbook.
A member of Saint Pius X Parish
is a lector and Eucharistic Minister, Sinagra
wife Rosalie live in Brookline.They have three children: Kenneth, Jr., who is attending John Carroll University; Nicholas who just graduated from Canevin
and will be a freshman at Duquesne University, and Eric
who will be in eighth grade at Brookline Regional Catholic. Sinagra succeeds John Maurer who is retiring as principal after almost 40 years in Catholic education.