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About Mrs. Snyder...
At Mary Help Since

Years in Education

BSE, Education
Drake University, 1974
MS, Biomechanics
Penn State University, 1976
MS, Mathematics
William Paterson University, In process

Elementary Education
Science Education
Earth Science Education
Mathematics Education

Experience Summary
I have had the opportunity to teach science and math at middle school, high school and college level in both parochial and public schools. A brief hiatus introduced me to the application of science to research, conditioning, training and injury prediction in Sports Medicine. In the midst of my teaching, I was blessed to be home to raise our three daughters (more teaching!)

Personal Message
Keep seeking the Lord’s guidance regarding the plan for your life. Every experience you have, and every person you meet are a part of molding you to become the person He wants you to be. I am thrilled to be at Mary Help of Christians Academy to impart science, engineering, and mathematics concepts while also infusing Salesian principles.
About Mrs. Sullivan...
At Mary Help Since

Years in Education

BS, Business Administration - Marketing
St. John’s University, 1977
MA, Curriculum and Instruction
Caldwell University, 2004
Post-Master Supervisor Certification
Caldwell University, 2004

Elementary Education
Middle School Language Arts
Teacher of English
School Supervisor

Summary of Experience
Professionally, I have spent the better part of the last twenty-two years as an English teacher in both Catholic and public schools at the middle school, high school, and college levels.

Personal Message
There are many Catholic high schools, but Mary Help of Christians Academy is different; simply put, it's better offering the school community an intangible quality - a faith-based learning environment that imprints itself within every staff and student's being. As a former Academy teacher and administrator, I am thrilled to return and add my voice to the Mary Help experience.