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School helps grads navigate their big decision

Unfazed by COVID, Downey school helps grads navigate their big decision

Before he became deputy superintendent of elementary schools for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Tony Galla was a Catholic elementary school principal living by the simple dictum that if you wanted something done, you were going to have to do it yourself.

“We’d joke that when you’re a principal of a Catholic school you’re pretty much a one-stop shop,” he said. “You’re not going to call someone to take care of something for you, you just roll up your sleeves and take care of it yourself.”

Over the past school year, Galla has watched as Catholic school personnel have taken care of issues ranging from familiar to unique, from studies to technology to dealing with anxiety as well as mental and physical health issues for both students and faculty alike.

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