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Mark Adair

Mark Adair

Director of Information Technology

Apple Certified Mac Technician
Michael E. Waylett Service Award 2017-18

Why St. Anne's-Belfield?
I love being a part of the close-knit community and to know that through technology, I am part of the puzzle in helping educate the next generation of students.

Maureen Aikins

Pre-School 3 & 4 Teacher

B.S. in Zoology, North Carolina State University
CIG Certified Interpretive Guide

Why St. Anne's-Belfield?
Sense of community and teaching in the outdoors. I love helping children build a love of nature and wildlife.
Robin Albertson-Wren

Robin Albertson-Wren

Pre-School 3 & 4 Teacher

M.A.T, Manhattanville College
Author of "Mindfulness for Kids: 30 Fun Activities to Stay Calm, Happy and In Control" and "Finding Peace: Mindfulness Journal for Kids - Guided Prompts to Help Manage Big Feelings."

Why St. Anne's-Belfield?
I love teaching in a community with passionate and dedicated colleagues who innovate, collaborate, and laugh together daily.

Robin Albertson-Wren is a Responsive Classroom teacher trainer and certified mindfulness instructor who teaches every morning in the Pre-School and works with our athletics teams, SAS program, Residential Life Program, and Life Skills classes. She is also an author, public speaker, workshop leader, and conference presenter for local, state, and national groups, including VAIS, NAIS, VAECE, and VBIDA. Her teaching philosophy is to create a community of learners who support, challenge, and care for another in an environment that is full of wonder, creativity, and joy. Robin’s favorite School tradition is the sign language used during the School song, Raise We Our Voices, because it connects everyone non-verbally and our senior “sandbox kids” remember it fondly.
Amanda Allen

Amanda Allen

Grade 8 Mathematics Teacher

M.A.T. and Ed.D., University of Virginia
Adjunct Professor at UVA School of Education for Curriculum and Instruction

Why St. Anne's-Belfield?
The St. Anne’s community is a lovely place to work as a teacher, raise your kids as a parent, and find support as a friend. Teachers are supported and encouraged to stretch by engaging in professional development, are challenged by the wealth of knowledge of their colleagues, and are energized by their students. As a teacher, this is an incredibly rewarding place to work.

I love being able to help students find their confidence in mathematics. At St. Anne’s, we believe all students are capable of being great mathematicians. When students are able to make this mind shift, they can accomplish incredible things in the math classroom and beyond!
Maria Arias

Maria Arias

Greenway Rise Campus Cook

Rebecca Armstrong

Interim Finance Manager
Frank Ashley

Frank Ashley

Assistant Food Service Director (SAGE®)

Certified Culinarian, Le Cordon Bleu, Orlando

Why St. Anne's-Belfield?
It was an opportunity to learn new skill sets and grow in my field, but I have stayed for such a while because the learning never stopped and the community never quits giving new opportunities. I love the smiles a kid gives when they see what is for lunch and their face lights up with excitement.
Francis Atemo

Francis Atemo

Assistant Head of the Lower School

M.Ed., The College of New Jersey
Elementary School Teacher Certification and Principal Certification, The College of New Jersey

Why St. Anne's-Belfield?
There is an evident eagerness from everyone around to do their very best and to give their all to support students. There is also a demonstrated sense of community that is continually being developed through deliberate activities and events.

What I like most about my job is that I get to work with everyone in the Lower School. This allows me more opportunities to not only contribute what I know but also to learn from those around me. Everyone has something that I can learn and my job allows me to get close to many people. As we all learn from each other, we can then make contributions for the greater benefit of our School and the larger community.
Brian Bartholomew

Brian Bartholomew

Upper School Mathematics Teacher, Boys' Varsity Tennis Head Coach, JV Field Hockey Head Coach

B.A in Third World Political Studies, Rhodes University
L.L.B. (J.D. equivalent), Rhodes University

Why St. Anne's-Belfield?
Great students, great colleagues. I love being a part of St. Anne's-Belfield.

It's a great school in a great environment. I love the relationships that I am able to form with my colleagues and students alike. It is a nurturing environment that seeks to include all students.

My favorite part is awkward 9th graders grow and evolve into fine young adults over a 4 year period.

I love coming to school each day. I love coaching in the fall and the spring. I love watching winter sports and seeing winter musicals. I love the classroom. I like doing something different during intensives and taking students on a 200 mile bike trip.
Andrea Beardsley

Andrea Beardsley

Upper School Science Teacher, Co-ed Varsity Golf Head Coach

B.S. in Biology, Bates College

Why St. Anne's-Belfield?
The faculty and staff take great care to know each student well, and each student is encouraged to pursue their passions. Independent Studies, Capstones, and Intensives all provide students with opportunities to dive deeply into a topic.

At St. Anne's, students are encouraged to pursue their passions, and I love helping them on that journey.

I love and admire our students' commitment to excellence.

I love when our students avail themselves of the opportunity to pursue an Independent Study or Capstone project. From fast fashion to traditional Chinese medicine, I have learned beside my students as they deepen their understanding of complicated topics.
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