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Former principal, president returns to De La Salle

By: Maria Allard | Warren Weekly | Published March 27, 2020

 Joseph Jozwiak has been appointed as an executive administrator at Warren De La Salle.

Joseph Jozwiak has been appointed as an executive administrator at Warren De La Salle.

Photo provided by Warren De La Salle Collegiate

WARREN — On March 26, the De La Salle Collegiate’s Board of Trustees announced Brother Joseph Jozwiak has been appointed an executive administrator to work with and provide additional support to the school’s leadership team. 

Jozwiak is a 1965 alumnus and has tenure with the school. He previously served as guidance counselor, theology teacher, vice principal, dean, principal, and president at De La Salle. He is currently serving as president of the Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse, New York.

“Brother Joe will enhance our already strong leadership team not only with his prior knowledge of De La Salle, but also with his international experiences and leadership work in New York,” Board Chair Jack Brusewitz said in a prepared statement. “Together with our current team composed of board, teachers and staff we will continue to focus on and encourage each student to develop our Lasallian values: faith, character, intellect and morality.”

In the coming weeks, the board will begin a national search for a new president to begin in August 2020. According to Brusewitz, the search process will be different due to the coronavirus pandemic. By using online surveys and other technology platforms, the board and search committee plan to gather community feedback to help shape the direction of the school’s future.  

Jozwiak is coming in at a time following some turmoil at the school. Last month, five De La Salle students were charged as adults and two were charged as juveniles with misdemeanor assault regarding hazing allegations. The charges are pending.