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_ September 16, 1994 "The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I I I II II II I I I III I I IIII Ill 64 teachers begin new duties in diocesan schools ByMARYANN HUGHES sponsibilities of teaching -- * Laura Ackerman, art, Message staff writer Sixty-four teachers have new assignments in Catholic schools throughout the Diocese of Evansville this year, accord- ing to the Office of Education. The new staffings include an assistant principal at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Phyllis Beshears, director of schools, met with the new teachers at an Aug. 10 orienta- tion meeting. "As I looked out across the room I could see the excitement I remember feeling as I began my career 20 years ago and that I have each year as a new school year gets un- derway." Beshears also met with the teachers, their mentors and principals on Sept. 1 during a Beginning Teacher Internship Program. "At that meeting, they were asked to list their expectations as beginning teachers. Some of those expec- tations were expressions of anxiety that accompany the re- help and support with disci- pline, assistance in knowing the best way to impart certain bits of knowledge and advice about the culture or climate of the school in which they will be teaching." She said she reminded the new teachers that they were the "chosen few" because there were so many applicants for teaching positions this year. "They seemed grateful that they had the skills and per- haps the good fortune to have been chosen. We are grateful that they chose to teach in a Catholic school. "As Director of Schools, I re- minded them of the importance of their work and the awesome task they have in their role as teacher. That role takes on even more responsibility be- cause they must also be a role model and catechist -- one who has been chosen to pass on the Catholic faith by word and ac- tion." The new teachers include "SERVING EVANSVILLE-NEWBURGH ELBERFELD AREA SINCE 1911" WITH DEPENDABILITY DIGNITY & DISTINCTION Three Locations To Serve You 100 E. COLUMBIA, EVANSVILLE 853-8314 510 JENNINGS, NEWBURGH IMPSON- - - : 983-4211 ELBERFELD, IND.. " Memorial High School, Evans- ville. • Jason Ahlbrand, physical education, Washington Catholic schools. • John Alling, Spanish, Memorial High School, Evans- ville. • Ann Bailey, English, Rivet Middle School, Vincennes. • Marsha Barnthouse, junior and senior counselor, Memor- ial High School, Evansville. • Kim Benefiel, music, grades one through five, Wash- ington Catholic Elementary School, Washington. • Judy Berberich, Spanish, drama, Mater Dei High School, Evansville. • Jenny Burris, kinder- garten, Holy Rosary School, Evansville. • Brenda Butcher, pre- kindergarten, Washington Catholic Elementary School, Washington. • Gloria Cardoni, music, kindergarten through grade eight, Corpus Christi School, Evansville, and St. Philip School, St. Philip. • Laura Clapp, language arts, literature, Christ the King School, Evansville. • Melanie Colavecchia, first grade, Holy Rosary School, Evansville. • Camilla Collier, reading, Precious Blood School, Jasper. • Emma Jean Couture, math, study skills, grades seven and eight, Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville. • Martha Craig, computer, science, religion, grades six through eight, Resurrection School, Evansville. • Debbie Dauby, Spanish, grades six through eight, Holy Family School, Jasper. • Jill Doades, religion, social studies, Rivet Middle School, Vincennes. Q Kent Doades, physical edu- cation, Flaget Elementary School and Rivet High School, Vincennes. • Carol Dube, art, kinder- garten through grade eight, Corpus Christi School, Evans- ville. • Robert Exline, social stud- ies, Memorial High School, Evansville. • Janelle Foster, fifth grade, Precious Blood School, Jasper. • Michelle Gold, art, grades four through eight, Good Shep- herd School, Evansville. • Amy Gorman, math and religion, grades six through eight, Holy Redeemer School, Evansville. - • DeAnne Graft, pre-kinder- garten aide, Christ the King School, Evansville. • Judy Graper, pre-kinder- garten aide, Holy Cross School, Fort Branch. • Dana Gustafson, pre- kindergarten, St. Benedict School, Evansville. • Joyce Hancock, physical ed- ucation, health, language arts, St. Bernard School, Rockport. • Deena Harper, seventh and eighth grades, St. Joseph Benedictine Sister Mary Lee Hillenbrand is teaching the three-year-olds in Westside Catholic Consolidated School's pre-kindergarten program. Seventy-two children are enrolled in the program which is located in the former Sienna Hall. Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes School, Princeton. • Julie Herron, math, St. Bernard School, Rockport. • Benedictine Sister Mary Lee Hillenbrand, pre-kinder- garten, Westside Catholic Con- solidated School, Evansville. • Robin Hruska, mathemat- ics, Memorial High School, Evansville. • Monica Johnson, fourth grade, current events, St. James School, St. James. • Angela Kirsch, algebra, chemistry, Mater Dei High School, Evansville. • Robert Kreilein, science, Washington Catholic schools, Washington. • Kailyn Kroeger, science, Memorial High School, Evans- ville. • Judy Lyden, pre-kinder- garten, St. Benedict School, Evansville. • Jeanne MacGregor, assis- tant, grade two, Holy Re- deemer School, Evansville. • Mindy McWilliams, pre- kindergarten, Christ the King School, Evansville. •Gina Meredith, art, St. Bernard School, Rockport. • Michele Mutz, pre-kinder- garten aide, Holy Cross School, Fort Branch. • Sister Rachel Neveu. kindergarten, Precious Blood School, Jasper. • Dessa Nielsen, Spanish, Flaget Elementary School and Rivet High School, Vincennes. • Maria Nix, science, Memo- rial High School, Evansville. • Amy Norris. physical edu- cation, health, grades three through eight, Resurrection School, Evansville, and grades six through eight, St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. • Tammy Rust, fifth grade. St. Bernard School, Rockport. • Chris Schapker. religion. physical education, grades five through eight, St. James School, St. James. • Robert Schleter. chemistD,, Mater Dei High School, Evans- ville. • Cynthia Schneider, Eng- lish, Memorial High School, Evansville. • Father Ed Schnur, reli- gion, St. Bernard School, Rock- port. • Linda Oakiey Schorr, art, grades six through eight, Holy Redeemer School, Evansville; grades six through eight, Res- urrection School, Evansville; grades seven and eight, West- side Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville. • April Schulz, fourth grade, Christ the King School, Evans- ville. • Kathleen Sergesketter, sci- ence, religion, grades six through eight, Holy Redeemer School, Evansville. • Coleen Standring, techni- cal coordinator, kindergarten through grade eight, Holy Rosary School, Evansville. • Julie Stephans, practical arts, grades six through eight, Holy Redeemer School, Evans- ville. • Steve Todd, physical edu- cation, Washington Catholic schools. • Mary Traylor, assistant principal, Mater Dei High School, Evansville. •Gina Uloth, English, Mater Dei High School, Evansville. • Joan Vickery, Spanish, Mater Dei High School, Evans- ville. • Vickie Wannemuehler. first grade, Resurrection School. Evansville. • John Wargel. math, com- puter, grades six through eight, St. Wendel School, St. Wendel. • Angle Wilt, fourth grade, St. Joseph School. Princeton. • Jan Witteried, algebra, Rivet High School. Vincennes. • Amy Young, health, physi- cal education. St. Benedict School, Evansville. • Donna Zenthoefer. pre- kindergarten aide, Holy Cross School, Fort Branch,