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Education Team Report Annual Meeting January 2008

Prepared by - Maria Kopulos

Presently, the Church School consists of 50 students, 9 regular teachers, and 4 substitute teachers. Staff members are: Toddlers/Pat Harrison & Amy Dandeles – Pre-school/Elizabeth Wassilkowsky– Kindergarten&Grade 1/Cheryl Evangelopoulos, Grades 2,3/Lynn Betsanes,– Intermediate/ Lynn Rizo, Mary Jo Werbiansky – Junior High/, Aristea Zekios – High School/, Christopher Dandeles.

Our substitutes are: Suzanne Kopulos, Linda Kopulos, Julie Wojik, Luba Johnson, and Fr.Dn. Andrew Werbiansky.

In addition, Anthea Lukashonak iconography sessions, Maria Vrame leads our youngster in singing praises to our Lord, and Angela Tatooles heads the “healthy snack program”. The first Sunday of the month, the High School class assembles as “YO” under the leadership of Lauren Dandeles.