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St. Francis Xavier system announces leadership changes

Superintendent moving to Green Bay, high school principal retiring

7:19 AM, Mar. 11, 2014
Principal Matt Reynebeau welcomes participants to a graduation ceremony at Xavier High School in Appleton on May 27, 2009. The St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System announced several changes to its administration Monday, including the retirement of Reynebeau effective June 30 and the appointment of a diaconate director.
Principal Matt Reynebeau welcomes participants to a graduation ceremony at Xavier High School in Appleton on May 27, 2009. The St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System announced several changes to its administration Monday, including the retirement of Reynebeau effective June 30 and the appointment of a diaconate director.
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The St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System announced several changes to its administration Monday, including the retirement of Xavier High School principal Matt Reynebeau and superintendent Tony Abts' move to Green Bay to serve as diaconate director.

After 25 years in the school system, Deacon Tony Abts was appointed the director of the order of deacons, also known as the diaconate, for the Diocese of Green Bay. Effective July 1, Abts will be responsible for all aspects of the diaconate department, with a special emphasis on the discernment process and the formation of new deacons, St. ...

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