Brother Barry Landry, SC | President
Brother Barry Landry has served as president of Saint Stanislaus since July 1, 2016. As president, Brother Barry works with administration to ensure that Saint Stanislaus operates in the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart and that it preserves and enhances its excellence as an educational institution in that charism. Having spent more than 30 years as a Catholic school educator and administrator, he is well-suited to guide faculty and staff in carrying out the mission of Saint Stanislaus.
Prior to his role as president, Brother Barry was academic dean and social studies teacher at Saint Stanislaus from 2011 – 2016. From 2004 – 2011, he provided guidance and structure to the students and faculty of Catholic High School in Baton Rouge as principal. Brother Barry served as the academic assistant principal at Catholic High from 1989 – 2004. Preceding his work at Catholic High, he was assistant principal of discipline and attendance at Brother Martin High School in New Orleans for four years.
Brother Barry served on the Board of Directors of Saint Stanislaus from 1994 – 2000 and has been on the Brother Martin High School Board of Directors since 2000. He also served on the Archdiocesan School Board for New Orleans from 1996 – 1998 and was president of the Archdiocesan Board during the 1997 – 1998 school year.
Brother Barry holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Loyola University in New Orleans and a master’s degree in private school administration from the University of San Francisco.
Gary Blackburn | principal
Gary Blackburn has served as principal of Saint Stanislaus since the 2017-2018 school year. He came to Saint Stanislaus with a great deal of experience as a Catholic school teacher and administrator. His teaching career began in New Orleans where he held both teaching and administrative responsibilities at Brother Martin High School, Archbishop Hannan High School, and De La Salle High School.
In 2003, Blackburn moved to Mobile and served at McGill-Toolen as assistant principal for discipline and assistant principal for academic affairs. In 2011, he responded to the call of the Archdiocese of Mobile to become principal of St. Ignatius Elementary School, a position he held for five years before returning to McGill-Toolen.
Blackburn holds a bachelor’s degree in secondary mathematics education from the University of New Orleans and a master’s degree in secondary education from the University of Alabama. He also holds a leadership certificate from the Lasallian Leadership Institute at St. Mary’s University in California.
Nancy Artigues | Academic Assistant Principal
Nancy Artigues joined Saint Stanislaus in the fall of 2018 and has served as the academic assistant principal since. Artigues is well-versed in the Catholic school system as well as the public school system with over 30 years of combined experience in teaching and administrative roles. She received a bachelor’s degree from Tulane University in psychology and later went on to earn a master’s degree in education with an emphasis on teaching individuals in special education programs. Nancy obtained her Mississippi administrator license in 2017, which led her to her current position as academic assistant principal.
D.P. Daigle | Dean of Students
David-Paul Daigle has provided a great deal of leadership during his ten years at Saint Stanislaus. Daigle has been a prefect, English teacher, and is now serving as dean of students. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of New Orleans and his master’s degree in education from William Carey University. Daigle is well-versed in the mission of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart and cherishes every day he gets to work at Saint Stanislaus.
andree bonnaffons | Director of Guidance
Andree Bonnaffons joins the SSC family as director of guidance. She started her career as an English and psychology teacher at her alma mater, St. Mary’s Dominican High School, in New Orleans, LA. During her career she has served as assistant principal at St. Scholastica Academy in Covington, LA, director of guidance and admissions director at Archbishop Hannan High School in Meraux, LA, guidance counselor and assistant principal in St. Tammany Parish Public Schools and counselor and principal in St. Bernard Parish Public Schools.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Louisiana State University; a master’s degree in guidance and counseling from Our Lady of Holy Cross College; a master’s degree in school leadership from the University of New Orleans; and, certification as a supervisor of education from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. She has extensive training in multiple areas of counseling and social emotional learning and in trauma based relational intervention from the Karen Purvis Institute of Child Development at Texas Christian University.