Welcome to the Resource Room. Here you will find information on our Resource Teachers at St. Pius X / St. Leo School.
Miss Carin Andrew – I earned my bachelor’s in elementary education from Northwest Missouri State University and my master’s in literacy with reading specialist and English language learner emphases from Concordia University. This will be my 5th year being a part of our wonderful SPSL community. In my spare time I enjoy reading, listening to music, and feeding my coffee addiction.
Mrs. Laura Chouinard – This will be my first year at St. Pius X / St. Leo. I have my masters in teaching, and was a classroom teacher for 7 years. I’ve been given the opportunity to have my dream job as a special education, and be a part of the SPSL community. Together I know we can make our school a place for all students to learn and grow through inclusion and acceptance!
Dr. Maureen Fennessy – This is my first year teaching at SPSL, but I attended St. Pius X from 1st through 8th grade. I have a music degree from Briar Cliff University, a Master’s Degree in Reading Education from Georgia Southern University, and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida. I am excited to be a part of this wonderful community and I’m looking forward to a great year!
Mrs. Linda Harrison – Hello! I am Mrs. Linda Harrison. I am blessed to be starting my twentieth year at St. Pius X / St. Leo School. I provide Math Resource to our students in grades 6, 7, and 8. I feel so privileged to be able to support our students in this way! My husband Chris and I have four children who are all proud graduates from SPSL. Chris and I are members of St. Leo the Great Parish. I am looking forward to another wonderful year at St. Pius X/St. Leo School
Mrs. Natalie May – This is my 5th year at SPSL and my first year as the math resource teacher for grades 1-5. Catholic education is a passion of mine. When I am not at school, you will find me walking on local trails and spending time with my husband, daughter and 3 dogs (Bear, Kai, and Stella). I enjoy fostering dogs and serving in any way I can through my church.
Miss Jenny McKenzie – My name is Jenny L McKenzie. I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a double major in Elementary Education (1986) Mental Disabilities Degree. I earned a Master of Arts Degree in Learning Disabilities (1989). I earned a K-8 Reading Endorsement, A K-12 ELL Endorsement, a Special Education Consultant Endorsement. I have taught all grades from kindergarten through eighth grades in all subject areas. I have taught for thirty-seven years. Also, I taught in the Netherlands for five years. I am very honored and excited to be teaching at St Pius X/St Leo Catholic School!
Mrs. Tracey Strehle – This is my first year at SPSL, and I am very excited to be here. It is also my first year as a reading/writing resource teacher. Prior to coming to SPSL, I taught 7th and 8th grade Language Arts at another Catholic school. I have three sons and one daughter who all graduated from SPSL.
Mrs. Christy Vogel – SPSL has been a part of my life for many years. My husband and four children are graduates of the school. The 2023-24 school year will be my 35th year as a SPSL faculty member. I enjoy learning from my bilingual students!
Mrs. Rachael Zabokrtsky – This is my second year working at Saint Pius X/ Saint Leo. I work with students who receive services through the SPSL/ Madonna partnership. I have my Master’s in special education with an additional endorsement in low incidence disabilities. I previously taught for five years at the middle school level in Kansas. I love the family aspect of SPSL and enjoy working with a variety of grade levels. My husband Ethan and I have twin boys who are three years old. When I am not at school, we are usually at a park or playing in our backyard. I am looking forward to another great school year!