Schoolwide Learning Expectations

A Student of St. Frances Cabrini School will be:


A Person Rooted in Faith who


  1. Knows required prayers traditions and catholic teachings
  2. Is Christ like in words and relationships
  3. Engages in a relationship with God through participation in prayer, worship and stewardship


An Active Learner who


  1. Writes, communicates and listens effectively
  2. Exhibits a strong foundation in academics
  3. Demonstrates problem solving and critical thinking skills


A Responsible Citizen who


  1. Works independently and cooperatively
  2. Makes good moral decisions
  3. Serves the needs of the school and the greater community


Rubric for SLEs Assessment




School Staff




Pastor - Fr. Paul Brunet

Principal - Ms. Monica Des Jarlais

Office Manager - Mrs. Cris Cooper




Ms. Patti Delgado


Mrs. Mary Holroyd

PreK-8th PE, 8th Gr. Religion, 6th-8th Health

Mrs. Cindy Cornwell


Mrs. Lynn Martin

Librarian, Technology Coordinator

Mrs. Vicki Norman

1st Grade (Monday-Thursdays)

Mrs. Kathleen Drost

Resource, 6th-8th Science Labs

Mrs. Linda Burke

2nd Grade

Ms. Holly Bail


Mrs. Andrea Lyons

3rd Grade

Mrs. Lisa Yannello

Kindergarten Assistant, Lunch/Playground Monitor

Ms. Brenda Ryan

4th Grade

Mrs. Marie Paige

Bookkeeper, Registrar

Mrs. Mary Anne Woodard

5th Grade

Mrs. Mary Langendorf

Office Assistant

Ms. Stacey Larson

6th Gr. Home Rm., 6th Religion, 6th/7th Lit., 6th-8th LA, 8th Leadership

Mr. Mike Kizer


Mrs. Maria White

7th Gr. Home Rm., 7th Religion, 6th-8th History, 8th Literature

Mrs. Kim Early

Development Director, Alumni Relations

Mr. Tim McCarthy

8th Grade Home Rm., 5th/6th-8th Math, 6th-8th Science

Mrs. Judy Summers

Extended Care Director

Ms. Annette Hall 1st Grade, Fridays

Mrs. Verona Lunsford

Extended Care Assistant


"What greater work is there than training the mind and forming the habits of the young."

-St. John Chrysostom


"Teaching lays the foundation for Faith and life in our children. The major reason for our school's existence is to develop Christ-like people. The methods have changed over the years. Instead of the old stories of teachers who smacked the student's knuckles with rulers, today we develop an atmosphere of close relationships, a strong supporting environment. Instead of old-fashion teaching, we teach our students to live out their Christian beliefs through service to others, unity in diversity, hope and sharing in the midst of a demanding materialistic world."

-- Stephanie Van Leuven (Former Principal, St. Frances Cabrini School)