Bishop Watterson welcomes our newest staff members for 2017-18.
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Juliette Peppercorn is teaching Geometry and Algebra II. She has 11 years of teaching experience, having earned a degree in Mathematics from Wittenberg University, a Master’s degree in Applied Statistics and a Master’s in Education from The Ohio State University. Most recently she taught at Bexley High School.
Jane Brown is teaching Spanish I and II. She earned degrees in Spanish and Business Education from The Ohio State University and has been teaching Spanish for 35 years in both public and Catholic schools. She most recently taught Spanish for four years at St. Francis DeSales.
Terri Frantz is one of our Intervention Specialists, working with juniors and seniors. She earned a degree in Special Education-Severe Behavior Handicap from The Ohio State University. She joins us from St. Brendan where she was an Intervention Specialist for four years.
Gina Bishop is also an Intervention Specialist, coming to BWHS from the Marburn Academy where she taught for nine years. She earned a B.A. in Music from Kent State University and is the Music Director at BWHS feeder parish Sacred Heart and also at St. John the Baptist.
Jenny Sponseller is our guidance counselor for students with last names starting A-G. She holds a degree in Middle Childhood Education from Bowling Green State University and a Master’s degree in School Counseling from the University of Dayton. Prior to joining the BWHS staff, Mrs. Sponseller was the school counselor at Millersport Junior-Senior High School.
Marleigh Vacarro is teaching Spanish I. She holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Spanish and Foreign Language Education respectively, from The Ohio State University. She joins the staff after teaching Spanish at Ridgeview Middle School.
Colin Madigan is a long-term substitute teacher for Honors Geometry and Honors Algebra II-Trigonometry. He graduated from Ohio University this year with a degree in Math Education and student taught at Alexander High School in Albany, Ohio.
Eric Stanek is a long-term substitute teacher for American History. He earned a B.A. in History from The Ohio State University and a Master’s in Education from John Carroll University. He has been teaching for two years, coming to Columbus from St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland.