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  Mrs. Heather Baskin
High School English Teacher, Publications, Yearbook Moderator, Prom Moderator, Jr. High School P.E. Teacher
573-547-4300  ext. 200
Degree: B.S. in Education, M.A. in English, Certification in High School English, Elementary Education, and Library Media Science

Mrs. Baskin is excited to start the new school year. She earned both her Bachelor's Degree in Education and Master's Degree in English at Southeast Missouri State University. While this is her second year teaching at St. Vincent Jr./Sr. High, this is her fifteenth year as a educator. Mrs. Baskin is also an adjunct instructor at Mineral Area College where she teaches Introduction to Literature, Introduction to College Writing, Public Speaking, and Children's Literature. She and her husband, Tim Baskin, have been married for twenty-one years and have two children, Scout and Lev. Mrs. Baskin enjoys reading, writing, traveling, attempting craft projects, and watching movies with her family. 
  Mr. Keith Brown
Facilities Manager
573-547-4300 Ext. 352

Mr. Newman Fair
High School College Credit English Teacher, After School Tutoring
573-547-4300  ext. 202
Degree: M.A. English Composition, B.A. American History

Returning to St. Vincent, Mr. Fair is well versed in the SV community, it's mission, and it's desire for rigorous courses. In addition to his teaching experience, he has worked as a writer/editor/production assistant in Washington, DC for the Bread for the World Project - providing education and advocacy concerning hunger in the world. Mr. Fair is a member of the National Council of Teachers of English and is a mentor for CHAMPS in Perryville. 

Mrs. Louise Finger

Jr./Sr. High Part-Time Librarian
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 238

Mrs. Louise Finger is a Perry County native. She attended St. Vincent, along with her three children, and currently, grandchildren. Mrs. Finger has been involved in many activities in the parish through the years. Her hobbies include sewing and quilting. She loves spending time with her kids and grandkids.  

Mrs. Kim Finger
High School Religion Teacher, Religion Coordinator, Confirmation
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 203
Degree: B.S. in Parks & Recreation Administration, Coordinator of Religious Education

Mrs. Finger begins her thirty-ninth year at her alma mater. After graduation from UMC, Mrs. Finger earned her certification as a Religion teacher. She is also certified as Coordinator of Religious Education through Paul VI Institute.

Mrs. Finger enjoys anything SV, especially activities showcasing students’ gifts and talents. 

Mrs. Erin Gholson
High School Social Studies Teacher, Track Coach, Team Spirit Moderator, History Club Moderator
573-547-4300 ext. 208
Degree: B.A.S. in History, A.A.S. in Interior and Architctural Design, M.B.A. in Business Administration

Mrs. Gholson resides in Apple Creek with her husband and two children, but calls the Seattle area her home. Her faith is the most important thing in her life, but when she is not attending sporting events, in her garden, or working on new projects for her students. She loves to travel and hopes to one day travel the globe.  

  Mrs. Janet Grayson
Jr./Sr. High School Custodian 

Mr. Matthew Hayes
Jr./Sr. High School Math Teacher, National Honor Society Moderator, 7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach
573-547-4300 ext. 219
Degree: B. S. in Middle School Education with a Math Emphasis, Minor in Spanish

Born and raised in Cape Girardeau, Mr. Hayes graduated from St. Vincent de Paul Grade School-Cape and then Notre Dame Regional High School. However, he has converted from a Bulldog to an Indian and intends to keep it this way. He received his Bachelor's Degree from Southeast Missouri State University in Middle School Education with an emphasis in Mathematics. He is an avid sports follower and an active fan of the St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Blues, Boston Celtics, and Southampton FC in the Premier League in England. In his free time he enjoys relaxing and watching TV. He also plays guitar and enjoys listening to various types of music. He is greatly looking forward to his second year serving the wonderful students at St. Vincent. 

Mr. Liam Hoeh
High School Drama Teacher, Drama Club Moderator, Jr. High School Music Appreciation Teacher, Theater Department Chair
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 250
Degree: B.F.A. in Music Performance, Emphasis in Vocal Music
Born and raised in Perryville, MO with a year's experience of acting training in New York City, Mr. Hoeh is beginning his sixth year of teaching at SV. He continues to enjoy imparting his knowledge and love for anything and everything to do with the performing arts. He hopes to encourage confidence in students whether it be on stage, film, or life in general. 
  Mrs. Mindy House
High School Business/Computers Teacher, Business Department Chair, Student of the Week Moderator, Technology
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 237
Degree: B.S. in Marketing, B.S. in Administration Systems Management, Certification in Business Education 

Mrs. Mindy House was born and raised in Perryville, MO. She is a 2002 graduate from St. Vincent High School and attended college at Southeast Missouri State University. She married David House (2006) and they have two children who both attend St. Vincent, Carson (6th grade) and Chloe (3rd Grade). Mrs. House is in her thirteenth year of teaching, all at St. Vincent. In her spare time she enjoys watching her children play sports. She also loves spending time with family and friends outdoors.

Deacon Robb Huff
Head of Schools
573-547-4300 ext. 233
Degree: B.S., M.S., and Specialist Degree in Education

Deacon Robb Huff grew up in Potosi, MO. After graduating from Potosi High School, he received BS, MS, and Specialist degrees from Southeast Missouri University. He taught and coached at schools in Prairie Home, MO and Cape Girardeau, MO. He also served as a STARR Teacher for the MO Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. He was a Principal at Caruthersville High School and Schultz Middle School in Cape Girardeau, Assistant Superintendent for Cape schools, and Superintendent for the Meadow Heights School District. After retiring from public schools in 2012, he returned to the classroom as a teacher at Notre Dame Regional High School and then at St. Vincent de Paul in Cape. In 2013 he was ordained a permanent deacon. 

Deacon Huff is married to his lovely wife Rose. She works in the parish office at St. Vincent de Paul in Cape. They have two wonderful children, Noah and Jordan.



Mr. Tom Julian
High School Science Teacher, Patron Drive, Senior Moderator
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 207
Degree: B.S. in Biology

Mr. Julian has taught Science at St. Vincent’s for twenty years. Mr. Julian earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biology, emphasizing in Wildlife Biology, in 1995 from Southeast Missouri State University.  He later earned his teaching certificate in Unified Science, emphasizing in Biology, in 2000 form Southeast Missouri State University.

Mr. Julian is married to Tracey who works at Ste. Genevieve Community Counseling Center. He has a daughter, Nikki, who graduated from St. Vincent’s in 2010, and a son Matt, who graduated from St. Vincent’s in 2014.  In his spare time Mr. Julian likes hunting, fishing, and cycling.

Mrs. Lisa Lawrence
Jr./Sr. High School Math Teacher, Math Lab Moderator, Jr. High Volleyball Coach
573-547-4300  ext. 209
Degree: B.S. in Physical Education, M.S. in Athletic Administration

Mrs. Lawrence began her teaching career as a math teacher and volleyball/basketball coach at Grandview High School in Jefferson County.  After that she have taught at Hillsboro High School, Lathrop High School, St Pius X Kansas City and most recently taught at Kearney High School in Kearney, Missouri for eighteen years.  At William Jewell College, she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education along with certification to teach 7-12 Mathematics. She later earned my Master's Degree from William Woods University.

Mrs. Lawrence's husband, Dave, is the caretaker at Peaceful Valley Camp. Their two daughters are married and beginning their own careers.  The oldest, Kylie, is a Kindergarten teacher in Spokane, Washington and their younger daughter, Kyndal, decorates cakes and works at Slivinski's Bakery in Kearney, Missouri.
In her spare time she enjoy's photography and working on scrapbooks.  Her most rewarding times are spent playing and singing worship music.  
  Mrs. Stephanie Lobbig
Jr./Sr. High Cafeteria Staff
573-547-4300 Ext. 247 
  Mrs. Tamara Lohmann
Elementary & High School Food Service Director
573-547-4300 Ext. 247

Mr. John McLain
Jr./Sr. High School Math Teacher,  9th Grade Religion Teacher, Student Council Moderator
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 205
Degree: B.S.E. in Secondary Mathematics Education, M.A. in Theology

Though a Cape Girardeau native, God's providence brought Mr. McLain to St. Vincent High School for student teaching. Apart from a year in Denver for graduate school, he has been in Perryville ever since. Now in his fifth year, he is excited for the chance grow in his ability to accompany young hearts and minds toward the wonders of mathematics as an access point to the truth and beauty that transcends shapes and numbers.  Having spent much of his early life exploring the deepest questions in the human experiences, he hopes to help students see that the answers lie in an encounter with Christ's transforming truth and love.

Besides experimenting with new varieties of his world-famous cookies, Mr. McLain hasn't quite given up on his dream to be the top performer in the genre of educational math rap.  When not out for a run or hike, you can probably find him reading Joseph Ratzinger or Flannery O'Connor.


Sr. Rosemary Oellermann
High School Calculus Teacher
Phone:  573-547-4300 ext. 248
Degree:  B.A. in Mathematics, M.A. in Math Education

Sr. Rosemary is a Sister of the Most Precious Blood and has taught Mathematics at St. Elizabeth Academy until 2013.  As a faculty member, she is accredited through St. Louis University as a 1818 teacher, has been involved as an adult leader in Kairos Retreats, served as Department Chairperson of the Mathematics Department, and has been involved in AdvancEd accreditation evaluations at varying high schools.  She is techno-savvy and regularly uses the graphing calculator as a tool within the classroom for students to visually experience what has been learned in the classroom. In her free time Sr. Rosemary likes to knit, cook, and tend her orchids and other house plants.


Mr. Desho'n Pernell
Spanish Teacher, Spanish Club Moderator, 7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach
573-547-4300 ext. 213
Degree: Currently Pursuing Bachelor of Liberal Arts: Anthropology;Cultural and Linguistics. Minor in Criminal Justice.; Currently Pursuing MO Teacher Education Certificate

Mr. Pernell is from St. Louis, MO. He graduated in the Class of 2012 from Hazelwood West High. He speaks Spanish, French, and ASL (American Sign Language). Mr. Permell is also a MO Certified 911 Dispatcher (7 years) and was a Spanish Translator for SEMO University Police Department. This is his second year teaching high school but student taught college classes at SEMO (Cultural Anthropology AN100) and worked with SEMO International Student Affairs (translating, ambassador, student coordinator). In his free time he referees junior high and high school basketball for MSHSAA and plays (ANY) musical instruments. 

Mr. Thomas Prost
Service Hours Coordinator, Religious Service Coordinator, SV Golf Coach
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 215
Degree: B.A. in Scholastic Philosophy; B.S. in Secondary Education

Mr. Prost is a Perryville native who attended St. Vincent’s grade school and graduated from St. Vincent High School Seminary in Cape Girardeau. Tom has a B.A. in Philosophy from St. Mary’s Seminary and a B.S. in Secondary Education with a major in English from Southeast Missouri State. Besides teaching Religion he works with musicians who play at school masses and coaches Golf. He is married to his lovely wife Tracy and has four grown children; Ryan, Jamie, Kelly, and Luke.
Mrs. Pamela Riney
Jr. High Science and Computer Teacher, High School Assistant Volleyball Coach, Junior High Student Council
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 216
Degree: B.S. in Certification of Fundamental Appraoch of Science Teaching

Mrs. Riney teaches science and computers in our junior high. She coaches high school volleyball and is the moderator for the Student Council.  Pam has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Southeast Missouri State University.  She has since received certification in the Foundational Approaches of Science Teaching.  She is married to her husband Kyle, and has four wonderful kids and three grandchildren that keep her busy.  
  Mrs. Amy Roth
Jr./Sr. High Cafeteria Staff
573-547-4300 Ext. 247

Mr. Terry Rousseau
5th-12th Grade Band Director, Music Director of the Parish
Phone: 573-547-4300  ext. 201
Degree: B.M.E. in Music Education with Emphasis in Percussion Studies

Born and raised in Perryville, Mr. Rousseau begins his fifth year at SV. Prior to returning home, he taught in the public schools in Albuquerque, NM where he primarily focused on the percussion section and would arrange and clinic various middle school and high school percussion ensembles and drumlines. Mr. Rousseau attended the University of New Mexico where he played percussion in the Percussion Ensemble, Marimba Band, West African Drum Ensemble, Lobo Marching Band, Symphony Orchestra, and the highly acclaimed Wind Ensemble. He also is the Music Director for the Parish and received his education on piano from Mr. Terry Edwards, the best in the business! 

  Ms. Bailey Schnurbusch
Jr./Sr. High Art Teacher, Art Department Chair, Prom Moderator
573-547-4300 ext. 211
Mrs. Amy Skaggs
High School Chemistry and Physics Teacher
Phone: 573-547-4300  ext. 204
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, B.S. in Unified Science Education, Masters in Science Education

Mrs. Skaggs grew up in Southern Indiana and currently resides in Cape Girardeau. She and her husband have twin daughters named Alison and Taylor. Ali and Taylor are in their sixth year of pharmacy school in St. Louis (STLCOP). They plan to graduate in 2021. This will be Mrs. Skaggs third year at SV! Before teaching at St. Vincent High School, Mrs. Skaggs taught in public schools for eighteen years. Her years were split between the Jackson and Cape Girardeau school districts. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, boating, walking, biking, and hanging out with her dogs. Mrs. Skaggs is busy planning a December wedding with her daughter, Taylor. 
  Mr. Dan Tucker
Jr./Sr. High Custodian
  Mrs. Angela Unterreiner
Jr./Sr. High Cafeteria Staff
573-547-4300 Ext. 247  

Mr. Bruce Valleroy
Athletic Director, High School Physical Education Teacher, Boys Basketball Coach
Phone: 573-547-4300  ext. 231
Degree: B.A. in Physical Education

Mr. Bruce Valleroy is a 1981 graduate of St. Vincent High School and a 1987 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. He has been at St. Vincent for thirty-three years and the Athletic Director and SVHS Boys Basketball Coach for twenty-three years. Coach Valleroy is married to Robyn, who is also a SV graduate, and they have one son, Drew, who attends SV. 

Mrs. Patty Wengert
Resource Teacher/Learning Consultant, Library Supervisor
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 249
Degree: B.S. in Education, M.A. in Education, Certification in Early Childhood Education and Informational Technologies

A Perryville native, Mrs. Wengert received her Bachelors and Masters in Education from Southeast Missouri State University. She also has a certification in Early Childhood Education and Informational Technologies.  Mrs. Wengert taught two years at St. Augustine in Kelso, MO. She recently retired from teaching in the public school system after thirty years.  This is her fifth year at St. Vincent. Mrs. Wengert was an adjunct professor at Mineral Area College where she teaches Educational Psychology and Child Development.  Her mission at Saint Vincent Jr./Senior High School  is to see that each student perceives their God given gifts, talents, and abilities so that they can make their unique contribution to the world.

She is married to her husband Jim and has three grown sons Matthew, Christopher, and Brett and three grandchildren.  She loves to read, swim, and garden.  
Mrs. Terry Wengert
Jr. High English Teacher, Jr. High Yearbook Moderator
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 217
Degree: B.S. in PE/Health (Minor:  English), M.A. in Education Administration
A Perryville native, Mrs. Wengert, begins her twenty-eighth year of teaching at St. Vincent. She completed her Bachelor of Education with a major in Physical Education and minor in English from Southeast Missouri State University and a Masters in Administration from William Wood University.  She currently teaches 7th & 8th grade Language Arts and is the Junior High Yearbook Moderator.

Mrs. Morgan Wheeler
Jr./Sr. High School Administrative Assistant
Phone: 573-547-4300  ext. 230

Mrs. Wheeler was raised in Perryville, MO graduating from PHS is 2011. Although she graduated a Pirate, she is now an Indian at heart! Mrs. Wheeler is in her 3rd year at Saint Vincent Schools. She resides in Perryville with her husband, Chad and their two children, Harper and Jack. She loves spending time with family, friends, side by side rides, and attending sporting events. 

Mrs. Louise Wibbenmeyer
High School Guidance Counselor
Phone: 573-547-4300  ext. 234
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Education, Master of Education in Educational and Counseling Psychology, Master of Arts in Mathematics for Educators, Secondary Mathematics
Missouri Certifications: Elementary Education (K-8), Mathematics Education (7-12), and Counseling (K-12)

Mrs. Wibbenmeyer earned two degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia and her third degree from Webster University.  Mrs. Wibbenmeyer is happy to be at St. Vincent, her Alma Mater, and likes helping students find their interests and solve problems.  Mrs. Wibbenmeyer enjoys the outdoors, camping, hiking, gardening, cooking, sewing, reading, and most of all, spending time with her husband, Rick, and their two kids, John and Maria.

Mrs. Nicole Wibbenmeyer
Jr. High Social Studies Teacher, AdvancEd Coordinator
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 212
Degree: B.S. Secondary Education, Emphasis in Social Studies

Mrs. Wibbenmeyer is in her tenth year at St. Vincent’s as a social studies teacher.  She graduated from St. Vincent’s and went on to Southeast Missouri State University where she earned a degree in Secondary Education.  Mrs. Wibbenmeyer credits her teachers and the education she received at St. Vincent's with establishing a strong foundation for future success in education and life and hopes she can give back to future generations at St. Vincent's.  Mrs. Wibbenmeyer is the AdvancEd coordinator for SVHS.  In her free time Mrs. Wibbenmeyer enjoys reading, camping, and baking.
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Park-et Fish Dry THIS Friday - April 3
This generous community we live in never ceases to amaze us!

Park-et Restaurant will be donating a portion of proceeds from this Friday...Read More

Park-et Fish Dry THIS Friday - April 3

This generous community we live in never ceases to amaze us!

Park-et Restaurant will be donating a portion of proceeds from this Friday’s catfish meal to St. Vincent Schools! We appreciate their continued support of SV Schools!

Please see the below message from Park-et:

This Friday we will have our catfish meal again with part of the proceeds going to ST Vincent of Perryville. I will be taking preorders again on Thursday from 1-5. You may call 573-547-4147 or

Please don’t leave a message on either of these numbers. You may text on the 2nd number on Thursday. Thank you for your support!!

With the mandated school closure, there will be numerous school events cancelled.


With the mandated school closure, there will be numerous school events cancelled.


  • Public Masses

    There will be no sports practices, school/sport activities, games, etc after Tuesday, March 17 @ 6:00 p.m. until further notice. This includes any open gyms, no weight lifting, no USAV activity at school, etc. The gym will be closed.
  • PSR
    Classes are scheduled to resume on April 29, 2020. Homework drop-off is scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, 2020. There will be a box for drop-offs in front of the Parish office. All new homework will be emailed to families. 
  • PROM 


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