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   Mrs. Billie Berkheimer
High School English Teacher
573-547-4300 ext. 202 
B. S. in Elementary Edudcation - Emphasis in MIddle School and Certification in 6-9th Grade Social Studies and Language Arts 

Born and raised in West Plains, MO, Mrs. Billie Berkheimer begins her seventh year of teaching middle  school and high school. Mrs. Berkheimer has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, with an emphasis in middle school and has earned her certification in 6-9th grade Social Studies and Language Arts. She is currently working on duel Masters in Literacy and Language Arts. Mrs. Berkheimer loves going on adverntures with her family and lives by the motto that in your life, you can only control two things: attitude and effort. 
  Mr. Keith Brown
Facilities Manager
573-547-4300 Ext. 352
  Mrs. Audrey Bucy
Jr./Sr. High Cafeteria Staff
573-547-4300 Ext. 247  
  Mrs. Sandra DeGeare
Spanish Teacher, Spanish Club Moderator
573-547-4300 ext. 213
Business Administrator with M.B.A. in International Business, Certification in Education

Mrs. Sandra DeGeare was born and raised in Columbia, SA. Her first experience in the United States was as a foreign exchange student at Crystal City High School. That time was a big stepping stone to the person she is today. Eight years later she decided to return to complete her M.B.A. and during that time she married her husband Robert DeGeare, and they have two boys, Sebastian and Daniel. In her spare time she loves spending time with her familty, riding bikes, running, and traveling. 

Mrs. Louise Finger

Jr./Sr. High School 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
Jr. 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 fortieth 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. 
  Mr. Bill Fischer
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 250
Degree: B.A. in Music Education, M.A. in Teaching

Mr. Fischer is in his forty-third year of teaching instrumental music. His experience includes; two years in the North Calloway School System in Kingdom City, MO, twenty-nine years in the Perryville Public School System, and eleven years in the St. Vincent School System. He earned his Bachelor of  Music Education at Northeast  Missouri State University and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Webster University in St. Louis. Mr. Fischer serves as a judge and adjudicator at Music Festivals around the state. His bands have successfully completed in both Music and Marching Festivals around the state  and in Florida. He is also involved in several music activities around the community include singing in church choral groups, assisting and playing for local musicals and performing in variety shows. 

Mr. Fischer and his wife Kathy (deceased) have three sons. Chris, the oldest has a degree in Music Technology and is currently touring the country, Canada and Europe with major performing groups. Zach has a degree in Law Enforcement and is currently serving on the police force in St. Charles and Joel is a Band Director in the Parkway School System in St. Louis County. 
  Mrs. Jennifer Fulford
Jr./Sr. High School Part-Time Librarian
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 238
Degree: B.A. in Secondary Education (1996), M.A. in Secondary Education with a Minor in Geography (2001), National Board Certification Social Studies-History (2008)

Mrs. Fulford was born and raised in Elizabethtown, KY. She earned her B.A from the University of Kentucky and her M.A. from Western Kentucky University. She later went on to pursue her National Board Certification. For 16 years she taught at her high school alma mater, Elizabethtown High School. She primarily taught freshmen and sophomore students in the courses of Survey of the Social Sciences and Advanced Placement World History. In 2014 her family moved to Perryville and she became a stay at home mom until both her children entered SV Schools. She currently serves SV Schools as a part time librarian and substitute teacher.

Mrs. Fulford’s husband, Don, works at the Association of the Miraculous Medal. They have two children, Austin (3rd grade) and Carley (1st grade). In her spare time she enjoys attending her children’s athletic events, watching University of Kentucky athletics, and reading.

Mrs. Erin Gholson
High School Social Studies Teacher, SLU Adjunct Faculty, Cognia Coordinator, SADD Moderator, History Club Moderator
573-547-4300 ext. 208
Degree: B.S. in History, M.B.A. in Business Administration

Teaching history and social science is a passion for Mrs. Gholson. She loves to travel, crochet, read, and play games. She is a competitive swimmer and professional photographer when she finds the time. Mrs. Gholson values faith, service, and family more than anything else. 

  Mr. Andy Graf
High School Chemistry & Physics Teacher, St. Vincent de Paul Society Moderator
573-547-4300 ext. 204
Degree: B.S. in Agriculture, B.S. in Biochemistry

Mr. Graf enters his twenty-second year of teaching Chemistry and Physics. In his spare time he enjoys gardening, hiking, and traveling. 


Mr. Matthew Hayes
Jr./Sr. High School Math Teacher, National Honor Society Moderator, 8th 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 and will complete his Master's Degree in Secondary Education Administration this December 2020. 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 third 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 Council Moderator, Student of the Week Moderator, Golden Gala 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 (7th grade) and Chloe (4th grade). Mrs. House is in her fifteenth 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.
  Mrs. Angie Hudson
High School Social Studies Teacher 
573-547-4300 ext. 212
B.S.E.D. in Social Sciences (Minor in History), Career Continuous Professional Certificate in Social Sciences (Grades 5-12)

Born and raised in Perryville, MO, Mrs. Hudson graduated from Perryville High School in 2005. She graduated Cum Laude from Southeast Missouri State University in 2009, and spent a year discerning religious life with the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor, MI, before returning to Perryville. 

She married David Hudson (2011) and they have three boys: Tristan (8), Liam (6), and Finn (2). In addition to teaching, Mrs. Hudson also works as a Lifeguard Instructor for the City of Perryville, and as a tour guide at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Her hobbies include: music, reading, watching her favorite shows, traveling, cycling, swimming, and spending time with her boys. 


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-one 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

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

Mrs. Lawrence's husband, Dave, works at the Ste. Genevieve Recycling Center. They have two daughters, Kylie Lahr, a 4th grade teacher in Spokane, WA and Kyndal Kolb, a cake decorator in Kansas City.  The newest joy in the family is their first grandchild, Alena, whom they visited for two months this past summer. 
In her spare time she enjoys playing pickleball, hiking, 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
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 sixth 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.

Most famous for his cookies and YouTube raps, Mr. McLain still has dreams of one day owning an ice cream truck. In the meantime, he's spending his free time learning piano and reading all of the great books that video games and television kept him from as a child. 

  Mr. Seth Pingel
Jr./Sr. High School Custodian 
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 School 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
  Ms. Bailey Schnurbusch
Jr./Sr. High School Art Teacher, Art Department Chair, Prom Moderator, Youth Minister, Sodality Moderator, High School Choir Assistant Faculty
573-547-4300 ext. 211
Degree: B.M.E. in Music Education (K-12 Certification), B.M. in Vocal Performance

Ms. Bailey Schnurbusch is a proud SV alum, excited to to join the St. Vincent faculty. With a love of performing arts, she has a deep appreciation for visual art as well, and recognizes its vital importance in society. She hopes to instill this appreciation in SV students, and develop their skills in the arts. Ms. Schnurbusch is also looking forward to joining the Youth Ministry team for all North Perry County area parishes, and walking with teens on their continued faith journey. She loves getting to be a part of church worship music, provide private piano and voice lessons, and make memories with the incredible people God has given her. 
  Mr. Tim Schumer
Athletic Director 
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 231
B. S. in Construction Management

Mr. Tim Schumer is a 2012 graduate of St. Vincent. He has served as the high school football coach for six years and this is his third year as head coach and first year as athletic director. In his spare time he loves spending time with his family who also graduated from SV, Dave Schumer (80'), Kathy Schumer ('77), Kristen Renner ('03), and Lauren Kraus ('04).  His hobbies include football, playing golf, and watching all sports.   
  Mr. Shawn Seabaugh
High School English Teacher, Yearbook/Publications Moderator 
573-547-4300 ext. 200
B.A. in Philosophy - Minor in Literature and Theatre, M.A. in Secondary Education

Mr. Shawn Seabaugh was raised in Southeast Missouri and spent twelve years teaching at Meadow Heights in Bollinger County. He has written for several outdoor magazines and had a poetry review published in Big Muddy. he enjoys spending time with his family and fishing. 
  Mrs. Jennifer Streiler
Interim Head of Schools 
573-547-4300 ext. 233
B.S. in Elementary Education, M.A. in Education Administration, Ed.S. 
Mrs. Jennifer Streiler was born and raised in Perry County. She attended Murray State University and attained a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education. She has a MA in Education Administration from Southeast Missouri State University and an Ed.S. from Webster University. She taught 4th grade for four years, 2nd grade for ten years, served as the Elementary Assistant Principal for six years, and was the Elementary Principal for ten years, all at Perryville Elementary School here in Perryville. She retired following thirty years, in June of 2016. She is happily serving St. Vincent De Paul, rested and refreshed, as they continue their search for Head of Schools for the 2021-2022 school year.

She has been married to Dave (SVHS Class of '80) for thirty-four years. They have three grown children, two boys and a daughter whom they fostered for three years. They have one grandaughter, Eleonore Matilda, who is the star of all of thier shows! They live in Sereno area in the house where Dave grew up. They live only a mile or so from her parents and spend time with them as often as they can. She enjoys camping and boating, traveling, gardening, and hosting gatherings of all kinds with friends and family.

  Mrs. Katie Weibrecht 
Jr./Sr. High Cafeteria Staff
573-547-4300 Ext. 247 
  Mrs. Tamie Welker
High School Custodian 
  Ms. Janet Wengert 
Jr./Sr. High School Part-Time Librarian 
573-547-4300 ext. 238

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 and St. Vincent Class of 1979 graduate, 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 is retired from teaching in the public school system after thirty years.  This is her sixth year at St. Vincent. Mrs. Wengert was an adjunct professor at Mineral Area College where she taught 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, who is also a St. Vincent Class of 1979 graduate, and has three grown sons who graduated from SV, Matthew, Christopher, and Brett and five grandchildren.  She loves to read, swim, and garden.  
Mrs. Terry Wengert
Jr. High School English Teacher, Jr. High School 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-ninth 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, Golden Gala Moderator
Phone: 573-547-4300  ext. 230

Mrs. Wheeler was raised in Perryville, MO graduating from PHS in 2011. Although she graduated a Pirate, she is now an Indian at heart! Mrs. Wheeler is in her 4th 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, going on 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.
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The Golden Gala & Prom Dance Information
We have determined dates and venues for spring dances. Golden Gala will be held on February 27 at the SVHS Gym. Masks will be worn so feel free to mat...Read More

The Golden Gala & Prom Dance Information

We have determined dates and venues for spring dances. Golden Gala will be held on February 27 at the SVHS Gym. Masks will be worn so feel free to match with dresses or shirts and ties.

Prom will be held on April 24 at Split Rock Venue (same as homecoming).

Be sure to follow the dress code in the student handbook when shopping for dance attire.

Please see below message regarding Golden Gala:

We are excited to inform you that SVHS is hosting "The Golden Gala" again on Saturday, February 27. The dance will be at SVHS Gym from 7:00 - 10:30 p.m. The dress code is SEMI-formal. This means NO formal gowns, NO tuxedos, NO suits, etc. Dress code will be STRICTLY enforced. Please do not feel that you need to make a hair appointment, make up appointment, etc. This is a simple semi-formal dance.

There WILL be a "The Golden Gala Court" and "King & Queen " crowning. One male and one female representative from each class will be voted for prior to "The Golden Gala". The class with the MOST attendance (based on class percentage) up until crowning will be the class representatives that are crowned "King & Queen". Crowning will be at 10:00 p.m. Homecoming court is not eligible to be on Golden Gala Court. If you are a freshman-junior and are chosen for court, you WILL still be eligible for Homecoming and Prom court for future. If you are a senior and are on Golden Gala Court, you will not be eligible for Prom Court.

Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, February 10 during lunch. Tickets will be $10.00 each.

Each SV student attending the dance will need a permission form that can be picked up in the High School office or printed below. This form is due NO LATER than February 19th. Form is also attached.

If you are currently dating someone from another school and wish to bring them, a permission form can be picked up in the HS Office and MUST be turned in NO LATER than February 19th. Form is also attached. These will be reviewed upon turning in and students will be notified if it is not approved.

Please be mindful that we are very lucky to be able to host the Golden Gala during a pandemic and this is possible by all students and families complying with our COVID policies.

Concessions will be available to purchase at dance.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Wheeler at 573-547-4300 ext. 230 or Mrs. House at 573-547-4300 ext. 237.

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Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation Scholarship

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Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation Scholarship

The Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation will begin accepting scholarships. Please note that scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. We encourage all families to apply as early as possible!

TTEF will not host in-person support sessions this year. TTEF has made application guides available for parents online in English and Spanish at their website: ttef-stl.org/info-for-parents. New AND re-applying family scholarship instructions are attached. Please read carefully.

The deadline for Beyond Sunday, Alive in Christ, Catholic Families Tuition Assistance is February 26.

All links to scholarships have been posted below.

Families have the opportunity to apply for all the scholarships listed below using the unified online application. To make the process easier for families and schools, one application is now being used for all scholarships funded by the Catholic Education Office, the Today & Tomorrow Educational Foundation, and the Roman Catholic Foundation of Eastern Missouri. The Scholarship Office at TTEF will review your application and determine your family’s award(s) based on eligibility for the different programs.

NOTE: Any family who would like to be considered for these programs, even if they are applying for re-qualification for one of these scholarships, must apply between January 11th and February 26th, 2021. Up to 130 new awards will be available in the Beyond Sunday Elementary School Program, primarily in Kindergarten

Alive in Christ Scholarship

Beyond Sunday

Catholic Family Tuition Assistance Scholarship

**Please note : In order to be eligible for parish assistance you MUST apply for TTEF Scholarships.

If you know someone who plans to start or continue their journey through education at Saint Vincent Schools for the 2021-2022 school year, please share this information with them.

2021 New Family Application Guide

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