All Team Members

Maryann Hayslip

Every task in the classroom, and even those of an administrator, can be viewed through the lens of creativity. I have created and implemented foreign language curriculums for two different elementary schools that covered every aspect of learning from preK…

Karen Varga

Karen Varga

Office Manager
Meredith Worland

Born and raised in Louisville, I attended St. Raphael, Assumption High School, then Bellarmine University. I graduated from Bellarmine in December of 2014 with a dual degree in Elementary Education and Learning Behavior Disorders. In my first year teaching, I…

Cara Westman

While thinking about my philosophy of education, I was taken back to a time when I was helping my daughter edit one of the essays she had written for a college application. As I read her work, I was surprised…

Connie Tutwiler

I have lived in the Louisville area for almost 30 years but grew up in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. There my parents instilled in me a strong work ethic and sense of integrity. My favorite subjects in school were…

Susan Singer

In my many years at St. Aloysius, I’ve taught second grade, served as librarian, covered middle school religion, and am back, full circle in first grade.Teaching is a true gift from God and I have learned something new everyday from…

Jessica Shain

Jessica Shain

School Counselor

A very smart person once told me, “If you want to hear God laugh, tell Him your plan.” I found this somewhat comical at the time because I had no clue what my plan was so I figured I’d just…

Tosh Scheps

What draws me to literature has always been its power to truly resonate, its ability to connect readers to people across classrooms & cultures, even across centuries of human life. And while I don’t expect any time soon my students…