ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL DIRECTORY

The main phone number for the Elementary Campus is: 703-820-7450. Below are the offices with voice mail extensions:

  • Main Office, Ext. 0
  • Attendance/Homework Line,  Ext. 1
  • School Nurse,  Ext. 2
  • Extended Day,  Ext. 3
  • Office Manager, Mrs. Doak,  Ext. 4
  • Finance/Accounting, Ext. 5
  • Admissions Assistant, Ms. Louison, Ext. 6

Our fax number is 703-820-9635.

Contact information for each faculty/staff member is shown below and you may also reach us at our general mailbox at information@stanthonyschoolva.orgTo download a printable version of the faculty and staff email list, click here.

 

FACULTY AND STAFF

  1. Administrative Staff
  2. Primary Grades (K-2)
  3. Intermediate Grades (3-5)
  4. Middle School (6-8)
  5. Instructional Faculty (K-8)
  6. Extended Day

Administrative Staff

Mrs. Tina Doak

Office Manager/Communications

Mrs. Doak is now in her 19th year at St. Anthony School.  She is the office manager and is responsible for overseeing the management of the main office and building security, as well as marketing and school communications, including the school website and social media.

 

Born and raised in West Virginia near Pittsburgh, PA, Mrs. Doak has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from West Liberty State College, West Virginia with an emphasis on marketing. Prior to working at the school, Mrs. Doak worked at TRW for 12 years as a systems engineer. She is married with two adult children, who graduated from the elementary campus.

Mrs. Doak enjoys working at the school because she feels as if it is her second home.  She enjoys watching the students begin in the primary grades grow and mature into wonderful young adults.  It is always a pleasure for her when students return for a visit and talk about their fond memories of the school.


Ms. Meredith Louison

Admin Assistant: Registrar & Attendance


Ms. Vargas

Administrative Assistant


Mrs. Agnes Viray

School Nurse, RN, MS

Mrs. Agnes Viray is our full-time registered nurse. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Jersey City State College and a Master of Science in Nursing from Wright State University. She earned her post master’s certificate from the Catholic University of America as an adult health primary care nurse practitioner.

Spanning 43 years with nursing experience caring for adult and pediatric patients in hospital settings, Mrs. Viray has also worked as a nurse at an elementary school. She has been a clinical instructor at Montgomery College, George Mason University and Northern Virginia Community College.

Her hobbies include gardening, reading, travel, spending time with family, and enjoying opera and ballet.


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Primary Grades (K-2)

Ms. Sandy Vargas

Teacher: Kindergarten


Miss Allison Boak

Teacher: Grade 1

Miss Allison Boak is our first grade teacher. She holds a Master’s degree in Elementary Education from Marymount University. Miss Boak previously worked at our school as a kindergarten instructional aide. After completing her degree, she taught kindergarten for a year before returning to St. Anthony School.

Miss Boak is from Springfield, Virginia and was educated in diocesan schools. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Theology from Franciscan University. Miss Boak has a love of Catholic schools, as she believes in the importance of teaching the whole child. In her free time, she enjoys training for races, reading, and playing the mandolin. She is a parishioner at St. Rita’s Church in Alexandria, Virginia. Ms. Boak was excited to return to St. Anthony School where she began her teaching.


Ms. Adrienne Stoops

Teacher: Grade 2

Miss Adrienne Stoops is joining Corpus Christi School as the second grade teacher. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in both Education/Special Education as well as English.  She is currently working on going back to school to receive her Master’s degree in Elementary Education. Miss Stoops was previously a first grade teacher at a private school in Woodbridge.

Miss Stoops is from Manassas Park, Virginia. She attended St. Andrew the Apostle School and Paul VI Catholic High School. Miss Stoops is a parishioner at St. Andrews in Clifton, Virginia.

Miss Adrienne Stoops wants every one of her students to have a love of learning within her classroom. She enjoys being a positive role model in a young child’s life. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, friends and her two furry puppies.


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Intermediate Grades (3-5)

Miss Shireen Malakooti

Teacher: Grade 3


Mrs. Lynn Schab

Teacher: Grade 4

Mrs. Lynn Schab has been part of the Corpus Christi School community since 1991. Mrs. Schab attended Mount St. Mary’s College. Following graduation, she worked for the Muscular Dystrophy Association working with children suffering from neuromuscular diseases, as well as being responsible for major fundraising events throughout Maryland.

After having children, Mrs. Schab began volunteering and then working in the classroom at Corpus Christi School. She began as a first grade teaching assistant, and then continued as a first grade teacher for 10 years and second grade teacher for one year. Currently, she teaches fourth and fifth grade language arts and social studies and is also the department chair for the intermediate grades. Prior to teaching, Mrs. Schab was very involved as a parent on the PTO and was co-chair of the Corpus Christi marketing committee, which helped to develop the school’s original logo.

As the moderator for the Student Council Association, Mrs. Schab encourages and promotes many community service activities. She also coordinates the Intermediate Showcase and the fourth grade trip to Jamestown.

Mrs. Schab is married with three grown children, who graduated from Corpus Christi School. In Mrs. Schab’s free time, she enjoys running in races throughout the D.C. area, managing the backstage of the Burke Civic Ballet’s Nutcracker and Buffa’s Dance Studio’s yearly recital productions, and tends to her garden as often as possible. Mrs. Schab feels blessed that for over 20 years she has called Corpus Christi School her family.


Ms. Jules Bodwell

Teacher: Grade 5


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Middle School (6-8)

Ms. Lisa Jaklitsch

Teacher: 7th Grade Homeroom; Middle School Math 6-8


Mrs. Sharon Miller

Teacher: 8th Grade Homeroom; Middle School Science 6-8

Mrs. Sharon Miller is the middle school department head at St. Anthony School. She teaches middle school science and is the science coordinator for all the elementary grades, K-8. Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Miller attended the Jesuit University of Scranton and earned a BS in Medical Technology. After moving to this area, she worked as a research microbiologist at Hazelton Laboratories and as supervisor of the Microbiology Department at the Veterans Administration Hospital of DC.

As a member of the St. Anthony School community since the fall of 1990, Mrs. Miller has been a parent, instructional assistant, and now a teacher in the intermediate and middle school grades for over ten years. A believer in life-long learning, Mrs. Miller finished her Master of Science in Geosciences while teaching at the school. The culmination of the program was a research trip to the Sierra Nevada to collect data and specimens for her thesis.

Mrs. Miller is married with three children, who all graduated from the school. Mrs. Miller’s goal at the school is to work with all grade levels to excite students about the natural wonders God has placed in the world for us to explore and understand. She is an avid bird watcher and hiker and is still active as a merit badge counselor in her sons’ Boy Scout troop.


Mrs. Amy Schwalb

Teacher: Middle School Social Studies & English; Resource-Primary Grades


Ms. Brandwyn Williams

Teacher: 6th Grade Homeroom Teacher; Middle School Literature; 7 & 8 Social Studies


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Instructional Faculty (K-8)

Mrs. O’Connor

Teacher: Computers


Mrs. Tikia Reynolds

Teacher: Art K-8

Mrs. Tikia Reynolds is excited to be returning to St. Anthony for her sixth year as Visual Arts teacher for the elementary and middle school campus. In addition to teaching art, she is also the sponsor for the Middle School Art Club. Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, Mrs. Reynolds attended Virginia Commonwealth University for Art Education and graduated from Virginia State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art. During and after college, Mrs. Reynolds worked as a K-12 substitute in the Henrico, Chesterfield, and Prince William County School systems. She worked as a summer camp counselor for a child care program in Virginia and later for the YMCA in Reston, Virginia.

An active member of the McLean Bible Church in McLean, Virginia, Mrs. Reynolds enjoys painttravellingeling, skiing, biking, and hiking in her spare time. She is excited to be incorporating various concepts, art materials, and subject matter into her lessons and projects and hopes to foster an appreciation for the visual arts in her students.


Mrs. Maureen Braun

Teacher: PE & Health; Extended Day Director

Mrs. Braun is returning for her seventh year. She teaches PE to grades K-8 and Health to the Middle School. Mrs. Braun has a long history with St. Anthony School. She has four children who graduated from the school. She loves the school for the unique environment that is apparent upon entering the building.

Mrs. Braun earned a B.S. in Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh. Upon graduation, she moved to the D.C. area and worked for 13 years in database management for a defense contractor. Then Mrs. Braun’s career changed tracks. She decided to stay home and raise her four children and then turned to teaching. Mrs. Braun has always been active in athletics and fitness, is certified as a NASM personal trainer, and teaches various exercise classes. She is also certified in First AID, CPR, and AED.

Raised in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Braun continues to be a diehard Pittsburgh Steelers fan. She loves teaching her students about healthy choices, methods to improve their talents, and physical fitness.


Mrs. Crum

Teacher: Music K-8


Mrs. Kathryn McNerney

Teacher: Library K-5; Resource-Primary Grades

Mrs. Kathryn McNerney is the K-5 librarian, and resource teacher for the primary grades. Mrs. McNerney holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame and a Master’s degree in Elementary Education from American University. She has also completed the coursework to be a reading specialist through George Mason University.

In 1993, Mrs. McNerney began her teaching career as a fifth grade teacher at St. Anthony School when it was known as Corpus Christi School. She also taught music and fourth grade before taking a break in 2000 to begin a family. She taught music at St. John’s in McLean and St. Charles in Arlington before returning to Corpus Christi. Over the years, Mrs. McNerney has taught preschool, second grade, and the intermediate grades, as well as music for preschool through eighth grade. She is one of the directors of the annual Shakespeare play.

Mrs. McNerney plays guitar with the folk group at Our Lady Queen of Peace parish in Arlington, and enjoys reading, hiking, and traveling. She is married with children. Two are Corpus Christi graduates, and the third is currently in the middle school.


Mrs. Helen Mendez

Teacher: Spanish


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Extended Day

Mrs. Maureen Braun

Teacher: PE & Health; Extended Day Director

Mrs. Braun is returning for her seventh year. She teaches PE to grades K-8 and Health to the Middle School. Mrs. Braun has a long history with St. Anthony School. She has four children who graduated from the school. She loves the school for the unique environment that is apparent upon entering the building.

Mrs. Braun earned a B.S. in Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh. Upon graduation, she moved to the D.C. area and worked for 13 years in database management for a defense contractor. Then Mrs. Braun’s career changed tracks. She decided to stay home and raise her four children and then turned to teaching. Mrs. Braun has always been active in athletics and fitness, is certified as a NASM personal trainer, and teaches various exercise classes. She is also certified in First AID, CPR, and AED.

Raised in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Braun continues to be a diehard Pittsburgh Steelers fan. She loves teaching her students about healthy choices, methods to improve their talents, and physical fitness.