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Mr. Sigfried Heiles 64
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"Preserving the past to serve the present and future."
The Xaverian Clipper is once again underway – this time into an actual tempest in the form of the Coronavirus storm. True to our tradition, we are well prepared, with a well-trained crew and capable officers at the helm.
Always on the cutting edge, the faculty and student body have been well-versed in mobile technology for many years, so the transition to virtual education, while monumental in scope, was more of an adjustment than a complete retooling. Beginning last spring, and continuing during the summer, everyone became skilled with Zoom and a logistical plan for virtual learning was fine-tuned.
Here at Archives Central, materials continue to be organized with an emphasis on digitizing print documents for future access by all.
New Acquisitions: Mr. John BianRosa ’67, Xaverian’s first Director of Technology, former French, Italian and Computer ScienceTeacher & Computer Dept. Chairman, Tennis Coach, Black Belt Tae Kwon Do instructor presented the Archives with his original 1967 Graduation Program and two invitations to the ceremony. John also donated a set of slides of the tennis team in the mid-1970's and cloth athletic letters. Thank you John!
COVID Housekeeping? If you discover any Xaverian memorabilia, print materials, photos, &c. no longer of interest to you, please get in touch - email@example.com Remember, scans of memorabilia are also welcome.
Wishing you, and the important people in your lives, safety and health.
Sigfried Heiles ’64
Established in 1957, Xaverian is one of thirteen schools nationwide sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers.