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Second Grade Teachers

Mrs. Ariel Cunningham 

Started at SJS in 2014

B.A. from College of Saint Mary in 2014
 
Why Catholic Education? 
I have always known that I've wanted to teach at a Catholic school. I love getting to share my faith with my students and getting to see God through their eyes. I think that we can learn more about our faith by watching how children love and worship God!

agrinnell@sjsomaha.org

 

Mrs. Melissa Sullivan

Started at SJS in 2018 and has taught since 2006
Bachelor of Science from University of Nebraska-Omaha in Elementary Education & Early Childhood Education; Master of Education from Concordia University in Reading; Specialist Certification from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Elementary Mathematics
 
Why Catholic Education?
I was very fortunate to attend a Catholic grade school and high school here in Omaha. After teaching the past 12 years in a public school setting, I felt compelled to return to an environment in which I can openly share Catholic values and beliefs with my students. I am now blessed to be teaching at the same school my husband attended as a child! In fact, we both value the importance of a nurturing, quality Catholic education so much that our own children currently go to SJS. I look forward to helping my students deepen their faith in preparation for their First Reconciliation and First Communion!

msullivan@sjsomaha.org

 

 

First-Second Grade Para:

Mrs. Penny Silvey

Started at SJS in 2000

 

Why Catholic Education?

I attended St. James for grade school.  My children attended St. James/Seton School.  My husband and I firmly believe in Catholic Education and felt very blessed we could provide this strong foundation that will carry them through life.

 

 

Mrs. Joyce Pfeifer

My name is Joyce Pfeifer and I am the Para for 2nd and 3rd grade. I have been employed at SJS since 2002. I attended a catholic grade school and high school and I have fond memories of both. I wanted my children to experience a catholic education as well and sent them both to St. James/Seton.

 

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