About me: I have been a member of the St. Patrick community for twenty years, as a parishioner and former volunteer catechist for five. As I celebrated my tenth year at St. Patrick School, I was blessed to receive a grant from the ICSF as an Apprentice Leader in 2017. I am humbled by the appointment of being named Principal in 2018. I have loved the St. Patrick community for many years and witnessed its success. I will continue to foster the love of our faith, education, and service to our students and faculty.
Education: I have a BA in History/Minor Latin American Studies from St. Anselm College, a MS in International Business from NH College (known today as Southern NH Univ) and a M. Ed. from Salem State. I still love going to school and attend as many professional workshops as I can to stay up to date on technology and new teaching strategies so I can share immediately with my students.
Honors and Awards: Local VFW Post 620 National Citizenship Education Teacher award 2016
Memorable Teaching Moment: An 8th grader told me once that she couldn’t have won the Patriot’s Pen essay without my influence teaching her history.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know, the more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” (Dr. Seuss)