Meet our amazing teachers at Cabrini

"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)

Hope Bales, teaches Band

My name is Linda Burke. I began teaching 2nd grade at St. Frances Cabrini in 2007. I have a BA in Sociology from CSU, San Bernardino and earned my teaching credential from the University of New Mexico in 2003. I feel blessed and very fortunate to be able to share my faith with the students and their families at SFC.

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My name is Cindy Cornwell and I have been teaching in the Archdiocese of Seattle since 1980. I started teaching at St. Frances Cabrini in 1990 and both of my daughters are graduates of St. Frances Cabrini. I earned my degree from WSU. My postgraduate work was completed at PLU and UPS.

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Teacher, Ms. Patricia Delgado, holds a BA from Seattle University and an Early Childhood degree from Pierce College. She has taught both the Head Start and ECEAP programs for many years before coming to Saint Frances Cabrini School. In 1997, the Pre-Kindergarten class was opened with Ms. Delgado as its first teacher.

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Mrs. Holroyd teaches 8th grade Religion, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Health, and PK-8 Physical Education.

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Jodi Landon teaches Art.

Ms. Larson is the 6th Grade homeroom teacher. She teaches 6th grade Religion, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Language Arts, 6th and 7th grade Literature, and 8th Grade Leadership. Miss Larson also directs the choir and is the Student Council advisor.

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My name is Mrs. Andrea Lyons. I began teaching at St. Frances Cabrini School in 1995. I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a safe, compassionate, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. It is my desire to help students meet their fullest potential.

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My name is Mrs.  Martin.  I joined the St. Frances Cabrini School staff in 1997 as part-time Librarian. Within a few years, I was asked to take on the role of Technology Coordinator. 

Meet Mrs. Lynn Martin

Mr. McCarthy is the 8th Grade homeroom teacher. He also teaches 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math and 6th, 7th, and 8th grade science.

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What a blessing it is to teach first grade at St. Frances Cabrini school!

My name is Vicki Norman and this is my first year at St. Frances Cabrini school, but my entire teaching career has been in Catholic education.

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Welcome to all my students, parents, and their families. I am Ms. Brenda Ryan. I am blessed to be a member of the St. Frances Cabrini School community. I have been teaching at Cabrini since the 2000-2001 school year. I love teaching fourth grade. I am an active Catholic and I find it especially rewarding to take an active role in your fourth grader’s faith formation.

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Mrs. Rose Vlad, PreKindergarten Teacher

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Mrs. White is our 7th Grade Homeroom Teacher.  She teaches 7th grade Religion, 6th, 7th and 8th grade History, and 8th grade Literature.

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My name is Mary Anne Woodard and I am very pleased to be able to teach fifth grade at St. Frances Cabrini School.  After graduating from Washington State University (Go Cougs!)  with a B.A. in Music and Education,  I taught in the Clover Park and Franklin Pierce School District.  Upon obtaining a M.A. in Education from Lesley University in Massachusetts,, I changed direction and have taught in the Catholic School system for the past 16-1/2 years.

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