School Office

CONTACT INFORMATION

Teachers and Administration

Thu-Thuy Rogers
Teacher
Email
April Funston
Assistant
Lynn VanSusteren
Teacher
Email
 Katherine Smyder Kathy Smyder
Assistant
Kristine Kiser
Teacher
Email
Dora Brownell
Assistant
Picture Coming Soon Janet Saccaro
Teacher
Email
Amanda Nieves-Rodriguez
Assistant
Ashleigh Keef
Teacher
Email
Picture Coming Soon TBA
Assistant
Picture Coming Soon Jacqueline Walker
Teacher
Email
Picture Coming Soon Laura Metzger
Assistant
1coleman Cheryl Coleman
Teacher
Email
1michelle
Michelle Villavicencio
Assistant
Dev Stark
Teacher
Email
 Picture Coming Soon TBA
Assistant
Picture Coming Soon Anne MacDonald
Teacher
Email
Elizabeth Clifford Elizabeth Clifford
Teacher
Email
1clarke Kathy Clark
Assistant
  Rita Inman
Teacher
Email
Victoria Zaldivar
Teacher
Email
Carla Ladun
Assistant
Joanie VanVorst
Teacher
Email
Picture Coming Soon Patricia Ayoub
Teacher
Email
 Picture Coning Soon TBA
Assistant
Marissa McDonald
Teacher
Email
Picture Not Available Robert “Nick” Stark
Teacher
Email
1bennett Monica Bennett
Middle School Assistant
Picture Coming Soon TBA
Middle School Assistant
1west Katie West
Teacher
Email
1roberts Annette Roberts
Teacher
Email
1bennett Monica Bennett
Middle School Assistant
Picture Coming Soon TBA
Middle School Assistant
Kristina Tomlinson
Teacher
Email
1moran Jessica Moran
Teacher
Email
Marian Dailey
Teacher
Email
Picture Coming Soon TBA
Middle School Assistant
Nicole Alibrandi Nicole Alibrandi
Teacher: Spanish
Email
Shiow-Ping Fulmer
Teacher: Chinese
Email
Picture Coming Soon Michelle Wagley
Teacher: Lifelong Learning
Email
Derek Maddux
Teacher: Media Research (6th – 8th Grades)
Email
Stephanie Bokowy
Teacher: Art
Email
Chelsea Johnson
Teacher: Band
Email
Josie Bellman
Teacher: Music & Chorus
Email
Janet Wolf Janet Wolf
Teacher: Reading Coach
Email
Kristina Tomlinson
Teacher: Instructional Coach
Email
Picture Not Available Ryan Brown
Teacher: Physical Education
Email
Tammie Vassou Tammie Vassou
Principal
Email
Elizabeth Patton Elizabeth Patton
Director of Student Affairs
Email
Picture Coming Soon Des Veilleux
Director of Student Services
Email
Derek Maddux
Educational Technology Coordinator
Email
Darlene Coogan Darlene Coogan
Director of Community Relations
Email
Picture Coming Soon Dee Crescioni
School Nurse
Email
Laura Perkins
Administrative Secretary
Email
Amie Dingle
Administrative Assistant
Email
Mari Hamilton Mari Hamilton
Fiscal Administrator
Email

To send a general message please use the contact form below.

[gravityform id="1" name="Contact"]

EMPLOYMENT

Opportunities

At this time there are no available instructional positions. Applicants with a Bachelor degree or higher from an accredited institution, Professional Teacher Certification, and field experience are welcome to email a resume and employment application to Tammie Vassou at tcvassou@qopacademy.org or submit to the Academy office.

Employment Application

At this time The Academy is accepting applications for  Teaching Assistants. Please send resume and complete Employment Application to Tammie Vassou at tcvassou@qopacademy.org or submit to The Academy Office.

Employment Application 

A Duty To Report

All employees and agencies of Queen of Peace Catholic Academy have an obligation to report professional misconduct which affects the health, safety, or welfare of students.  Please report to Principal or Deacon Scott Conway, Superintendent of Catholic Schools.

All employees have a duty to report suspected cases of Child Abuse or Neglect. Call 800.962.2873.

Reporting of Professional Misconduct

All employees have a duty to report misconduct by instructional personnel and administration which may affect the health, welfare or safety of a student.

Misconduct should be reported to the administration of the school or to the Superintendent of Catholic Schools at the Diocese of St. Augustine.  All allegations should be documented.  Gather evidence if possible.

Specific reporting procedures and information is posted in the teacher’s workroom along with the Code of Ethics and Principles of Professional Conduct of the Education Profession in Florida.

All employees must be trained on the standards of professional conduct.  All employees are aware that:

768.095  Employer immunity from liability; disclosure of information regarding former or current employees  An employer who discloses information about a former or current employee to a prospective employer of the former or current employee upon request of the prospective employer or of the former or current employee is immune from civil liability for such disclosure or its consequences unless it is shown by clear and convincing evidence that the information disclosed by the former or current employer was knowingly false or violated any civil right of the former or current employee protected under chapter 760.

39.203  Immunity from liability in cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect.

(1)(a)  Any person, official, or institution participating in good faith in any act authorized or required by this chapter, or reporting in good faith any instance of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect to the department or any law enforcement agency, shall be immune from any civil or criminal liability which might otherwise result by reason of such action.

(b)  Except as provided in this chapter, nothing contained in this section shall be deemed to grant immunity, civil or criminal, to any person suspected of having abused, abandoned, or neglected a child, or committed any illegal act upon or against a child.

(2)(a)  No resident or employee of a facility serving children may be subjected to reprisal or discharge because of his or her actions in reporting abuse, abandonment, or neglect pursuant to the requirements of this section.

(b)  Any person making a report under this section shall have a civil cause of action for appropriate compensatory and punitive damages against any person who causes detrimental changes in the employment status of such reporting party by reason of his or her making such report. Any detrimental change made in the residency or employment status of such person, including, but not limited to, discharge, termination, demotion, transfer, or reduction in pay or benefits or work privileges, or negative evaluations within a prescribed period of time shall establish a rebuttable presumption that such action was retaliatory.