|Mrs. Angie Hudson
High School Social Studies and PE
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 218
Degree: B.S.E.D. in Secondary Education; Minor in History
Favorite Quote: “The surest way to get a thing in this life is to be prepared. Remember, you are braver than you believe, you are stronger than you seem and you are smarter than you think.” - A.A. Milne
Mrs. Hudson loves History, reading, movies, music and traveling, and in 2004 and 2006, she toured Europe with the Missouri Ambassadors or Music playing flute in the concert band. In addition to traveling within the States, she has been to Canada, Mexico, England, France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Liechtenstein, and Germany. Along with my husband, David, we have two boys. Tristan is four and loves the outdoors, swimming, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He is an aspiring Ninja master. Liam will be three in March and is currently working on his Pokemon catching skills, two year molers, and playing with his friends at school.
Mr. David Hudson
Jr. High P.E. Teacher, Assistant Track and Field Coach
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 210
Degree: Pursuing Double Major in Physical Education and Athletic Training
Favorite Quote: "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Martin Luther King Jr.
Mr. Hudson is a new addition to our teaching staff, taking over 8th and 9th grade PE, but has been with the school for several years now as the assistant Track and Field Coach. Concurrently, he is double majoring in Physical Education and Athletic Training through dual enrollment at SEMO and MAC. He has served in the National Guard for eight years now, five of which he has been a fitness coordinator for his unit. Mr. Hudson is devoted to teaching our kids the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle by discussing, developing, and implementing healthy life choices. He is also dedicated to the academic prosperity of each student.
Mr. Tom Julian
High School Science Teacher, Patron Drive, Senior Moderator
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 207
Degree: B.S. in Biology
Favorite Quote: "Push yourself, but don't shove". - Unknown
Mr. Julian has taught Science at St. Vincent’s for sixteen 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 County Memorial Hospital. 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.
Brother Tom Juneman, C.M.
High School Librarian, Book Fair
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 238
Degree: B.S. in Business Management and M.A. in Spirituality
Favorite Quote: "If God is for us, who can be against us?" - Romans 8: 31
Brother Tom is beginning his sixth year working in our H.S. Library. He also helps with our Vincentian Marian Youth, the 7th & 8th grade Retreat, and with adult faith formation in our parish R.C.I.A. ministry.
Mr. Vic Martin
Jr. High Music Appreciation Teacher
Degree: B. S. in Microbiology, Minor in Chemistry and Music, M.A. in Secondary School Administration, Ed. S In Education Leadership
Favorite Quote: "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration". - Thomas Edison
Mr. Vic Martin is a retired public school educator with a quarter century of teaching experience. As a young man, Mr. Martin studied violin with principals of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. He has been playing violin for fifty-four years. Mr. Martin also served the nation for four years as a Sailor in the US Navy and five years as an USAF Officer and Aircraft Navigator. He and his wife make their home in Perryville and are active members of the St. Vincent Parish.
Mr. John McLain
High School Math Teacher, Assistant Cross Country Coach, Student Council Moderator
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 205
Degree: B.S. in Education, M.A. in Theology
Favorite Quote: "The one who has hope lives differently." - Pope Benedict XVI
A Cape Girardeau native, Mr. McLain graduated from Notre Dame Regional High School. But don't worry, because his allegiance is entirely to Indian Territory. He attended Southeast Missouri State University and during his last semester was blessed with the opportunity to student teach here at St. Vincent. After graduating in May 2014, he spent a year attending graduate school in Denver before returning to St. Vincent last year to teach math full time. He doesn’t believe in sophomore slumps and is looking to make year two even better than the first one.
When not writing raps about geometry or baking his world-famous cookies, Mr. McLain enjoys following the Cardinals, playing Frisbee, and watching squirrels.
||Mrs. Glenda Mueller
Jr./Sr. High Art Teacher, Junior Moderator, Pep Club Moderator, Prom Moderator
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 211
Degree: B.S. in Art Education (K-12)
Favorite Quote: "The gallantest flowers are those that bloom in the cold". - John Updike
Mrs. Mueller has taught at St. Vincent High School for twenty-six years. She works with the Perry County Sheltered Workshop as a Community Integrator. She is a graduate of Perryville High School. She lives in Perryville with her husband, Mark and has two daughters and four grandsons.
Sr. Rosemary Oellermann
Jr./Sr. High Mathematics Teacher, National Honor Society Moderator
Phone: 573-547-4300 ext. 248
Degree: B.A. in Mathematics, M.A. in Music Education
Favorite Quote: "Every person is precious, as precious as the blood of Christ." - Teresa Weber
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. Keith Brown
Phone: 573-547-4300 Ext. 392