Patrick Slattery, current president of Skutt High School, will take his new position on July first.
A Connecticut native and veteran Omaha Catholic school educator who has held top administrative positions in a Catholic high school, boarding schools and Catholic elementary school has been selected to lead schools in the Archdiocese of Omaha.
Patrick J. Slattery, currently president of V.J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha, will become the archdiocesan superintendent of Catholic schools July 1, Archbishop George J. Lucas has announced.
Slattery, 40, will succeed current superintendent Monsignor James E. Gilg, who has also been serving in the dual role as executive director of the Omaha Catholic Schools Consortium since August. Msgr. Gilg was appointed superintendent in 2006.
Slattery has held positions in Catholic school administration for 11 years, in his current post at Skutt Catholic since 2006, as principal of Skutt from 2004 to 2006, and as principal of St. Matthew School in Bellevue, NE from 2002-2004.