The Most Rev. Robert J. McManus, STD

Very Rev. Richard F. Reidy

Rev. Adam Reid, Pastor of Sacred Heart Church
Fr. Reid graduated from Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School before earning a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Theology from St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Baltimore, MD. Ordained to the priesthood in 2005, he is currently pastor of Sacred Heart Parish.

Rev. William F. Sanders, Pastor of St. Louis Church
Fr. Sanders has been the Pastor of St. Louis Church since 2012. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1975. Fr. Sanders holds a Bachelor of Arts, as well as a Master of Divinity.

Dr. David Perda, Superintendent of Schools (Ex officio)
David Perda is Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Worcester. He previously served as the Chief Research and Accountability Officer for the Worcester Public Schools and as a Research Scientist for the Institute of Education Sciences at the US Department of Education. Dr. Perda holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rhode Island, a Master of Arts from Boston College, and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.

Kevin Brassard – Chairman
Kevin is the Interim Deputy Chief Information and Security Officer at Central Connecticut State University. He earned a B.S.B.A. in Business Administration from Western New England University, and an MS in Computer Information Systems from Bentley University. Some of Kevin’s community involvement in the past has included being on the Board of Oxford Youth Soccer Association, President of the Oxford High School Booster Club, volunteer coaching and refereeing for Oxford Youth Basketball, and being on the Parish Council for St. Roch Church in Oxford.  

Theodore A. Bartlett
Ted earned a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Northeastern University and serves on the Union Saint-Jean Baptiste Educational Foundation as Chair of Trustees and Treasurer. In addition, Ted is the Advisory Council Representative of Catholic Financial Life for Worcester County, TriValley Inc.’s first Vice President, and is the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Treasurer in Southbridge.

Victor Waskiewicz
Vic owns and operates JV Mechanical Contractors in Webster, MA. He attended Bartlett High School and various other technical schools to acquire his certifications, including being a state licensed plumber and pipe fitter in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Vic began as a service technician for 20 years and now oversees the daily operation and sales department of JV Mechanical. He has 30 years’ experience in plumbing/HVAC, facility management, and construction.

Raymond Fontaine
Ray is a salesman for MSC Industrial, servicing the New England area. He earned a Bachelor’s in Marketing from Anna Maria College and is a member of St. Louis Church.

Adrienne Fournier
Adrienne is the Registrar and Executive Assistant to the Head of School at Marianapolis Preparatory School. She earned a joint Bachelor’s Degree from Middlebury College in Psychology and Sociology as well as a Master’s in Education from Smith College.

Sean Gilrein
Sean is the Principal at Millbury Jr./Sr. Memorial High School and the retired Superintendent of Schools for the Dudley-Charlton Regional School District. He has 35 years of education experience. Sean earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and a Bachelor of Science in Elementary and Special Education.

Kenneth Dwyer
Dean of Digital Learning and The Center for Academic Excellence, Quinsigamond Community College. Master of Science.

David Grenier
Dave holds a Master of Business Administration as well as a Master of Education and has 36 years in education experience. He is also a Retired Lt. Colonel of the Massachusetts Air National Guard, having served for 34 years.

Paul Lesieur

Paul is the Deacon at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church.

Joan E. Matys (Ex officio)
Joan serves as the Head of School at All Saints Academy.  She earned a BA from Wheaton College and MEd. from Lesley University.  She has been teaching in Catholic schools in the Diocese of Worcester for the last decade.  Previously, she was an administrator at another diocesan school and had also taught in the Shrewsbury and Hopkinton public school districts.

Nicholas Marrier, Recording Secretary (Ex officio)

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