Mrs. Mary Lewis
A traditional Catholic school should show the students a love of God, His Holy Mother and the Saints by teaching the virtues of faith, hope and charity, respect for authority...
Mrs. Sandra Diehl
Executive Assistant
I love my job, especially when I can help parents make the decision to enroll their child(ren) in Padre Pio Academy by answering all their questions and helping them through the enrollment process.
Mrs. Katie Soto
As an educator I like to provide a loving, fun, Catholic environment in the classroom. I believe education should help children grow intellectually to reach their fullest potential.
Miss Cassie Condon
The best thing about teaching is making learning fun!
Miss Rachel Lindsay
Before I joined the Padre Pio Academy team, I worked with children with autism in applied behavioral analysis. No matter how small an accomplished task might seem to us, it’s a huge success for them.
Mrs. Adriana Rodriguez
What I love most about my job is the pure and wonderful innocence of children, the way they are in awe of little things. Stickers, holy cards, and stamps are so very important to them.
Mrs. Gina Washicko
My philosophy on education starts with religion and discipline; then the basics: reading, writing and arithmetic.
Mrs. Susan Davis
My greatest accomplishment is when students leave wanting to learn more about the world around them through literature, history and science.
Mrs. Dianne Crostic
The Christmas Anticipation prayer of St. Andrew is my favorite and I have a deep devotion to the infant of Prague.
Mrs. Amy Yue
Combining computer technology with language learning is a passion of mine. I especially enjoy teaching computer language labs for ESL students.
Mr. Daniel Soto
The most exciting part of educating children is finding different ways to make a subject interesting and appealing to students.
Mrs. Desiree Rodriguez
Students should always strive to better themselves and do all things that are pleasing to God and only God.
Mr. Matthew Pryke
The future begins in the imagination. That's why it’s so important to foster creativity in our youth regardless of the professional field they desire to pursue as adults.