Faculty and Staff – 2018-19

“I love St. Joseph School because St. Joe’s teachers and staff work hard and show their love for God and the kids that become ‘their own”, each in their own way.” – A St. Joe Parent
 
Rev. Michael Williams, Pastor
Mr. Christopher O. Wells, Principal
Mrs. Donna Schrauben, Secretaryschteacherstudent13
 
Begindergarten – Mrs. Rebecca Daman
Begindergarten – Mrs. Melissa Austin
 
Kindergarten – Mrs. Diane Glowacki
Kindergarten –  Ms. Sarah Koenigsknecht
 
First Grade – Mrs. Nancy Goerge
 
Second Grade – Mr. Joel Hoffman
Second Grade – Ms. Rachel Schmitt
 
Third Grade – Mrs. Dorella Page-Hunter
 
Fourth Grade – Mrs. Sarah Hintz
 
Fifth Grade -Ms. Katelyn Childers
 
Sixth Grade – Mrs. April Thelen
Sixth Grade – Mrs. Amber Carn
 
schDCskeletonLibrarian/Resource Aide – Mrs. Stephanie Padgett
 
Music Education – Mrs. Nancy Poff
 
Reading Resource Aide – Mrs. Karen Feldpausch
 
Title I Services – Mrs. Elissa Rowland
 
Classroom Aide – Mrs. Stacey Kurncz and Mrs. Rachel Hoten
 
Computer Teacher – Mrs. Dana Platte
 
Physical Education – Provided through shared time with St. Johns Public Schools
 
Art – Provided through shared time with St. Johns Public Schools
 
Hot Lunch – Mrs. Ann Parker (supervisor), Mrs. Andrea Klein, and Mrs. Wendy Jakus
 
Lunch/Playground Aide – Mrs. Theresa Owen, Mrs. Deanne Purtill, Mrs. Joan Miller, Mrs. Stacey Kurncz, Mrs. Rachel Hoten, Mr. Tim Karasek
 
AM Playground Aide* – Mrs. Andrea Klein
 
Office Aide- Mrs. Joan Miller
 
Maintenance & Custodial – Mr. Dave Klein (supervisor) and Ms. Mary Daggett
 
*Morning playground supervision begins 30 minutes before school. In case of rain, the children play inside the gym until school begins. Students should not be dropped off and left unattended before supervision is available. Additionally, supervisors are present during the lunch recess. At this time, there is no after school care or playground supervision provided.
 
Art, Physical Education, Band and Orchestra will be provided through St. Johns Public Schools. Computer Technology will be provided through Fowler Public Schools.
 

Teacher Qualifications

The teaching staff is comprised of highly qualified State Certified, experienced professionals, who continue to update themselves through educational classes, seminars, workshops, and in-service opportunities. Many members of the staff are actively involved in a variety of professional organizations, serving on local, state, and diocesan committees. Additionally, teachers work annually toward fulfilling or updating diocesan requirements for religious certification. Working as a team, respecting and supporting each other, the staff continually strives toward educational excellence.