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Margaret Moore

Margaret Moore

Head of School
mmoore@stmichael.net

Mrs. Moore graduated from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. She holds a Masters Degree in Christian Education from Virginia Theological Seminary.  Mrs. Moore was appointed Interim Head of School in May 2012, and permanent Head in March of 2013.  Prior to her arrival at St. Michael's, she served as the Interim Head of School at St. Martin's-in-the-Field Episcopal School, a PK-8 school, in Severna Park, Maryland from 2011 to 2012. Mrs' Moore also served as the Head of School for St. Andrew's Episcopal School, a PK-5 parish day school in Newport News, Virginia from 2002-2011.  Her educational leadership includes rich experience in governance and Episcopal identity, having served on the Board of Trustees for several independent schools in Virginia as well as on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Association of Independent Schools.  She currently serves on the Board for the Arizona Episcopal Schools Foundation.  In her free time she enjoys playing golf, hiking, exploring historical sites, as well as reading, cooking, gardening, and spending time with her husband and two Australian Shepherds.

Master of Arts: Christian Education
Virginia Theological Seminary
Bachelor of Arts: History
Randolph-Macon Woman's College



Judith S. Breault

Judith S. Breault

Middle School Division Director / Teacher: Math, Middle School
jbreault@stmichael.net

Mrs. Breault started substituting at St. Michael's in 1978, taking a part-time position as Girls' P.E. instructor in 1979, and becoming a full-time teacher in our Lower School for 10 years.  In 1991, Mrs. Breault began teaching middle school math, and is now our Director of Middle School.  She is a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the National Middle School Association. In her spare time, Mrs. Breault performs with a dance troupe and enjoys tap dancing, travel, and challenging her students with problem-solving puzzles.

Bachelor of Science: Mathematics
University of Connecticut



Terri Franks

Terri Franks

Administrative Assistant
tfranks@stmichael.net

An "almost native Arizonan," Mrs. Franks moved to Phoenix from Ohio when she was three.  After college, she happily relocated to Tucson.   Mrs. Franks joined St. Michael's in 2012 after retiring from 20 years as Residency Program Coordinator at the University of Arizona and prior to that, 18 years as an Operations Manager in commercial banking.   She enjoys beading, quilting, organic gardening, dogs, cats, and travel.  Mrs. Franks is so happy to be a part of the St. Michael's team and is enjoying assisting in both the Business Office and Department of Community Advancement.

Art History
University of Arizona
Liberal Arts
Northern Arizona University



Jennifer Gould

Jennifer Gould

Director of STEM Education / Teacher: Math, Middle School
jgould@stmichael.net

Ms. Gould returns to St. Michael’s at the start of the 2016-17 school year with many years of teaching experience as well as expertise in curriculum development, technology training and peer mentoring. Her most recent position has been as Math Department Chair at The Tucson Hebrew Academy. The year before that, she was at The Fay School in Southborough, Massachusetts where she taught both Algebra I and Honors Algebra II to eighth and ninth grade students. Prior to Fay, Jennifer taught middle school math and science at St. Michael’s for over ten years. Ms. Gould is an enthusiastic champion of STEM education. In 2012, she was honored as a Raytheon Math MovesU Math Hero. She has also participated in several partnership programs through the University of Arizona, including: GTEAMS and Project Astro. She has co-chaired the school’s award-winning robotics team and spearheaded the school’s annual science expo. Ms. Gould is a member of several professional organizations including the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). In her free time, Ms. Gould enjoys an active lifestyle that includes yoga, hiking, and spending time with her family.

Master of Education: Elementary Education
University of California, Los Angeles
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology
University of California, Los Angeles



Kim Greene

Kim Greene

Athletic Director / Teacher: P.E., Grades K-3 / Kindergarten Aide
kgreene@stmichael.net

Mrs. Greene joined St. Michael's in 2014 as a Kindergarten aide. A native of Northern California, Coach Greene attended the University of Arizona on a full athletic scholarship to play basketball. She has been the head girls' basketball coach at St. Michael's since 2012 and has also coached intramural soccer and football. She became Athletic Director in 2016. Mrs. Greene has been married to her husband, Michael, since 2001. They have two children, Madeline and Jack.

Bachelor of Science: Interdisciplinary Studies
University of Arizona



Angela Greynolds

Angela Greynolds

Director of Technology / Teacher: Band 5-8, Computers K-4
agreynolds@stmichael.net

Angela Greynolds began teaching middle school Spanish and band at St. Michael's in 2006. Currently she is the Director of Technology and the Band Director. Ms. Greynolds co-directs the summer camp, "Music, Motion & Media" and is the webmaster for the Arizona Music Educators Association. She is also a member of the International Society for Technology in Education. When not teaching, Ms. Greynolds enjoys trail running, traveling, learning new languages, and reading.

Master of Education: Educational Leadership
Northern Arizona University
Graduate Certificate: Educational Technology
Northern Arizona University
Bachelor of Music: Music Education (Minor: Spanish)
University of Arizona
Teaching Certificate: Secondary Teaching Credential
Music Endorsement, SEI Endorsement, State of Arizona



Tracy Holsinger

Tracy Holsinger

Administrative Coordinator
tholsinger@stmichael.net

Ms. Holsinger started at St. Michael's in January of 2006 after enjoying ten years of retirement. She had worked at Carondelet Health Care for twenty years and left to raise her two sons. During retirement Mrs. Holsinger spent her time working part-time at a scrapbook store and teaching Tae Kwon Do. She still enjoys scrapbooking and reading, as well as dancing with a performing tap dance company.

Bachelor of Science: Business
University of Phoenix



Erika Huff

Erika Huff

School Nurse
ehuff@stmichael.net

Erika Huff is a registered nurse and has practiced nursing for over ten years with an emphasis in Pediatrics. Prior to St. Michael’s, Mrs. Huff worked in various areas of nursing at Tucson Medical Center, including the in-patient Pediatric floor, Diagnostic Nursing, and Children's Emergency Department, as well as working at the Eye Institute of Southern Arizona. She also attended Lakeside School of Massage Therapy in Milwaukee, WI, after graduating from nursing school. Mrs. Huff plans to pursue her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing as well as complete a national certification for school nurses in the near future.

Mrs. Huff is married with two boys, Mason and Josh. In her spare time, she enjoys being with her family and friends. Her hobbies include traveling, reading, cooking, running, hiking, and learning new things! She is excited to join the wonderful staff here at St. Michael’s and looks forward to providing excellent nursing care to our students.



Richard A. Newcomer

Richard A. Newcomer

Business and Operations Manager
rnewcomer@stmichael.net

Richard Newcomer was born and spent most of his life in the Washington, D.C., area. After getting a bachelor's degree in accounting, he worked for a major accounting firm and is a retired CPA. The majority of his career was spent helping start-up, small, and medium-sized businesses with transforming their accounting data into meaningful management reports. He was drawn to St. Michael's School because of its mission and the sense of community he experienced here. His current duties coordinating financial, facility, and services management are a great complement to his love of the outdoors and the great Tucson climate.

Bachelor of Science:  Accounting and Finance
Brigham Young University
CPA – Retired



Lonnie Reese

Lonnie Reese

Director of Development
lreese@stmichael.net

Ms. Reese owned and managed a real estate investment company for over 20 years.  She developed residential projects from conception to implementation.  She is a visionary who enjoys brainstorming new ideas and ways to make them a reality. Ms. Reese is honored to be working as the Development Director on behalf of the St. Michael's community.  Prior to this, she served as a co-chair for our parent organization, SMA. Her daughter, Savannah,  a student at St. Michael's from kindergarten through 8th grade graduated in 2015. Ms. Reese's goal is to ensure that the financial strength and excellence of our community is continually supported! She is eager to pursue grant and foundation money to enhance our technology, enrichment, and capital goals. Ms. Reese is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.  On the weekends, you will probably find Ms. Reese and Savannah at the barn!  As great outdoor and animal enthusiasts, they spend their free time at the barn jumping their horses and washing the dogs!

Bachelor of Arts
Tulane University
International Business Certificate
Arizona State University
Business Administration/Marketing
Arizona State University



Mary Virginia Rekerdre

Mary Virginia Rekerdre

Front Office Administrator
mrekerdre@stmichael.net

Ms. Rekerdre is a native Tucsonan and attended St. Michael's during Father Fowler's tenure.  After her children graduated from St. Michael's, she couldn't bear the separation and found herself at the front desk, where she now is the center of all of St. Michael's communication and our main greeter.

 



Sandra Schultz

Sandra Schultz

Lower School Division Director / Coordinator: Curriculum / Teacher: Grade 3
sschultz@stmichael.net

Mrs. Schultz has taught in public and private schools in Ohio, Colorado, and Arizona. She has also held positions as area manager and administrator for a private school organization, and served as an educational consultant. She loves the beauty of the St. Michael's campus, the dedication of the faculty, the support of the parents, and the enthusiasm of the children. Mrs. Schultz leads the curriculum development and implementation team at St. Michael's and is currently the Director of the Lower School. She is a member of the Tucson Reading Council, the American Association of Curriculum Development, and Phi Beta. She enjoys walking, gardening, and travel.

Master of Arts: Early and Middle Childhood Education
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Bachelor of Science: Elementary Education
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH



Matthew Teller

Matthew Teller

Director of Admissions
mteller@stmichael.net

Dr. Teller has more than twenty years of experience teaching Spanish, Portuguese and linguistics at both the university and college preparatory levels. The majority of his career has been spent in independent schools in Tucson, where he has served as a Head of School, Upper School Principal and full time faculty member. Dr. Teller earned a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching and an M.A. in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Arizona, as well as a B.S. in Psychology from Georgetown University. Following his graduation from Georgetown, Dr. Teller participated in a yearlong service-learning project in Peru. That experience ignited his interest in language, culture, travel and social justice. When not at St. Michael’s, Dr. Teller enjoys spending time with his family, playing the guitar and being outdoors, particularly if it involves riding a bicycle!

PhD: Second Language Acquisition and Teaching
University of Arizona
Master of Arts: Spanish Linguistics
University of Arizona
Bachelor of Science: Psychology
Georgetown University



Clare Yarborough

Clare Yarborough

Chaplain / Teacher: Religion 4-8
cyarborough@stmichael.net

Mother Clare spent her early professional life earning a doctorate in Anthropology at the University of Arizona. Her dissertation was based on fieldwork in Veracruz, Mexico where she studied Classic period influence from the Valley of Mexico. After her defense, she took a year off to be an intern at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church and from there discerned a call to the ordained ministry. Upon finishing her seminary work, she was ordained a priest and served as an assistant in charge of youth and family ministry at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Rochester, NY. After that appointment, she served several churches in the Diocese of Massachusetts, while continuing to be active in the ministry of family, youth, and children. Returning to Tucson, she served as Associate for Family and Seeker ministries at St. Philip's In the Hills for a brief period of time before coming to St. Michael's as chaplain and religion teacher for Intermediate and Middle School grades. In her free time, Mother Clare volunteers at The Hermitage Cat Shelter and also spends time cooking, reading, and enjoying time with her family.

Master of Divinity: Church History
Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA
PhD: Anthropology
University of Arizona
Bachelor of Arts: Sociology and Anthropology
Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
Ordained Priest