LASALLIANS OF THE TRIMESTER

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For the first time this year, students voted for Lasallian of the Trimester.  Two students and one teacher were selected based on their consistent demonstation of three of the five core principles: Respect, Inclusivity, and Concern.  Congratulations to the following:

 

Courtney Clouthier

Class: Sophomore

Why I’m at Mullen: It’s the community here… my sister graduated from here and I’ve had cousins graduate from here. And I’ve seen them be successful after graduation and seeing how Mullen turned them into the people they became ... it’s just like the people here, it’s the  biggest part.

  What it means to be Lasallian: I think it means to treat people like you want to be treated. We’re all respecting other people. I think keeping them in mind is what Mullen students should be living. But aside from that, we should be doing those things, anyway.

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Dominic DePizzol

Grade: Junior

Why I’m at Mullen: I’m at Mullen because my brother and sister went here and they had great experiences and I had no reason not to go and when I saw what the school had to offer, I decided to come here and I’ve loved every minute of it. It’s definitely where I want to be.

 What it means to be Lasallian: It means the five core principles we have at Mullen. Each one of those embodies what it means to be     Lasallian. And if you follow those, it makes you more of a Lasallian man and woman.

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Tim DeNezza

Subjects: U.S. History, psychology and geography

Tenure: Nine years at Mullen, also taught in El Paso, Texas; northern Virginia and south of Seattle.

Why I’m at Mullen: The students, just great people, and my daughter (Abigail) goes here. I like the people she sits next to in class.

What it means to be Lasallian: I like being part of the Lasallian family. I think we take care of each other and look out for each other … I love that aspect. I don’t dwell on (the Lasallian core principles) every day, but I definitely feel it’s a big part of who we are.

--- Compiled by Neil H. Devlin 
 

 

Lasallian Core Principles

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Lasallian Core Principles

Faith in the Presence of God
Belief in the living presence of God in our world. Prayer and regular reminders of God’s presence create the prevailing spirit of the school where all are taught to discover how God is active in our lives and to learn to see the world through eyes of faith.

Respect for All Persons
A concerted effort by the school to respect the dignity of all persons.

Inclusive Community
A united community where diversity is respected, where no one is left out, and where everyone finds a place.

Concern for the Poor and Social Justice
The school demonstrates a sensitivity toward the poor and those suffering from injustice.

Quality Education
An education is provided that prepares students not only for success in college, but also for success in all of their future endeavors.

 

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