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Specials Teachers

Mrs. Jennifer Kennedy (Technology)

Started in 2006

B.A. from Wayne State College in K-8 Elementary Education
M.A. from Lesley University in Instructional Technology
Catholic school provides the roots to foster our students not only in academic growth, but personal growth as well. Our end goal is to become saints and to spend our eternal lives in heaven. There is no better way to start preparing a child to be a saint than with the gift of a Catholic education.


Mrs. Robin Lenz (Physical Education)

B.S. in Physical Education K-12 from UNO, graduated in December 2000.

Previous career was a physical therapy technician and exercise specialist for Excel Physical Therapy for 12 years.
I love watching kids move and play, and it's a blessing to be able to do this at SJS, where we can share our faith, and love Jesus together all day long.


Mrs. Becky Logue (Music) is beginning her 10th year as the Music Teacher here at St. James/Seton School.  She teaches Music to all our students as well as orchestrates progams for the students.  Mrs. Logue enjoys playing the piano and reading books especially John Grisham.



Mrs. Tara Neaderhiser (Spanish & Genius Hour)

Started at SJS in 2017 and has taught since 2014
B.A. from the University of Nebraska--Lincoln in Elementary Education, with an ESL endorsement
Why Catholic Education?
I attended Catholic schools from PreK-12th grades and even a few years of CCD religious education in addition to my elementary years.  Expressing my feelings and faith were some of the best aspects of my education.  Everything from classroom lessons became meaningful.  Bringing God into the classroom meant our individualized talents and opinions mattered.  When I decided to become a teacher, I knew that a Catholic school would be the best fit for me to spread my passion for the faith.

Mrs. Theresa Smith (Art) is beginning her 4th year here at St. James/Seton School. She comes to us as a part time Art Teacher.  Mrs. Smith enjoys classical music.



Mrs. Deb Vamosi (Library)

Started at St. James/Seton in 2017. Though I have taught for only two years prior (third and fifth grades), I have been in education most of my adult life. I was a para, local substitute, and school secretary at St. Philip Neri for many years.


BS in Criminal Justice Administration from University of Phoenix (2012)

MA in Elementary Education from University of Phoenix (2014)

Why Catholic Education? 

I am a product of Catholic education (St. Philip Neri and Roncalli) and believe there is no better place. Catholic education is a sacrifice, but one that is well worth it in the end.  I think it’s important that we are able to share not only academics but faith as well. Sharing our faith is as important as the subjects we teach; we are reaching the whole student.


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