The Bees game that the 4-6th grade had planned to attend today has been postpone due to weather.
Upcoming Athletic Event
Friday, April 29th -
- Girls High School Soccer at the Adidas Tournament at the Rec Plex in Burlington at 3:30 PM vs. Homewood-Flossmoor on Field #4. Suburbans leave at 2:00 PM, please dismiss the team at 1:45 PM
- Jr. High Girls Track team at Keokuk - meets starts at 4:30 PM, team will leave after school. - CANCELLED
-Jr. High Soccer team to Central Lee Friday night--4:30 PM, Bus leaves at 3:30 PM POSTPONED until May 8th.
Saturday, April 30th -
- Varsity Girls Soccer team will play in the Adidas Tournaments at the Rec Plex in Burlington-Game time is either 8:00 AM or 9:45 AM. Game 3 will be at 3:15 PM or 5:00 PM
Monday, May 1st -
- Varsity Boys Golf at New London at 4:00 PM. Please dismiss the team at 2:40 PM
- Jr. High Track team will travel to Central Lee. Meet begins at 4:30 PM
- Jr. High Soccer team will travel to Edward Stone. Game will begin at 4:30 PM Bus will leave HTC at 3:25 PM
Tuesday, May 2nd -
- Boys Soccer team will travel to Highland. Game will begin at 5:00 PM, bus will leave HTC at 3:00 PM and West Point at 3:15 PM
- Jr. High Track team will travel to Pekin. Meet will begin at 4:30 PM. Team will leave HTC at 2:30 PM, please dismiss the team at 2:20 PM
Wednesday, May 3rd -
- Boys Conference Golf at Sheaffer Golf Course. Tee-time is 9:30 AM - Team will be gone all day.
Thursday, May 4th -
- Jr. High Soccer team will host Notre Dame. Game will begin at 4:30 PM
Friday, May 5th -
- Jr. High Soccer team will host Danville at 4:30 PM
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Elementary Faculty and Staff
Allison Arevalo graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2004 with a major in Elementary Education and a minor in K-8 Language Arts.
In 2015, she completed her gifted education endorsement from the University of Northern Iowa. She taught 8 years in Clark County, Missouri
before coming to teach at Holy Trinity in 2012. Mrs. Arevalo teaches BTC (Beyond the Classroom) in grades K-12. She enjoys spending time
with her husband and 3 children.
Bob Carr graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education / Special Education.
He received his Masters degree in Special Education at Northeast Missouri State University and his Elementary School Administration
degree at the University of Northern Iowa. He taught a total of 6 years in school districts in Southeast Iowa, and served 6 years as
a special education Consultant in AEA 15. He then worked as Elementary Principal in the Fort Madison Schools for 21years. followed
by 4 years as Principal of Notre Dame Elementary in Burlington. He is currently serving as part time Elementary Building Coordinator
at Holy Trinity Elementary School (Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays) Bob and his wife Patti have lived in Fort Madison for
28 years. They have two grown children and two grand children.
Mrs. Daley lived in Florida for 37 years before moving to Iowa. Grised and her husband, Mike, moved to Fort Madison in order to be closer to family and to live in a small town. In her spare time, Grised enjoys reading, bike riding, gardening, playing with her dog (Salty), and spending time with family.
Mrs. Daley has a B.S. Degree in Elementary Education and has been an elementary school teacher for about 13 years. Mrs. Daley said she enjoyed teaching at HTC last year, because of the kindness of the students, families, teachers and staff. “I have always wanted to be a part of an educational environment rich in caring and excellence.”
Mrs. Dingman will be teaching kindergarten again this year. She graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a B.A. degree in elementary education. Tracy is married to John Dingman, and they have three beautiful daughters. Her hobbies include scrapbooking and working outdoors. Tracy likes to spend her free time with family and friends.
Lois has two stepsons, two sons, and one step daughter. She has six step grandchildren, one grandson , and one grandchild on the way.
Mrs. Freesmeier taught 24 years in the Aquinas School System before teaching at Holy Trinity. She graduated Iowa Wesleyan College with degrees in Elementary and Special Education.
She is involved as a Eucharistic Minister at Holy Family Parish and loves spending time with her six grandchildren. Mrs. Freesmeier teaches first grade.
Jessica Gutzman graduated from The University of Toledo in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in Special Education and received her Master's degree in Educational Leadership from Viterbo University in 2014. Jessica's first 6 years after college were spent teaching 9-12th grade special education at Fort Madison High School before joining the HTC staff. Mrs. Gutzman provides services for students in grades K-12.
Mr. Hamilton will be our Technology Integration Specialist. He will be responsible for connecting the students' curriculum to the wonderful world of technology. He will be working alongside each teacher to ensure that the students will be engaged in technology while still receiving meaningful instruction. He graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a degree in Elementary Education and an endorsement in Social Studies.
Mrs. Holtkamp graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a B.A in Education. Teri will be teaching in the 4th grade this year. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Sally Knustrom has taught in the Aquinas School System for 19 years before becoming a part of Holy Trinity Catholic Schools. Sally graduated from Central College in 1985 with a B.A. and an Early Childhood Endorsement. Mrs. Knustrom teaches Kindergarten.
Lynn Meierotto graduated from Clarke College in Dubuque Iowa with a major in Mathematics and Elementary Education. She taught in the Aquinas system for 27 years before becoming a member of the Holy Trinity faculty. She enjoys cross-stitching, spending time with her grandsons,and reading She's involved as a Eucharistic Minister at Holy Family parish. Ms. Meierotto teaches 3rd grade.
Sara Mohrfeld taught at Marquette 6 years prior to teaching for Holy Trinity Catholic Schools. Mrs. Mohrfeld graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and teaches 5th grade. Sara enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Bridget Morrison graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education. She is completing her PreK-3 Early Childhood/Special Education Endorsement through Northwestern College. She teaches 1st grade.
Bridget lives with her husband and three children in Donnellson. Bridget enjoys spending time with her family and going to different sporting events.
Mrs. Neeley graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College in December 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and is presently working on completion of a reading endorsement.Emily is married with four very active kids, ages 18, 15-year-old twins, and 12 years. Their family lives on a hobby farm in Van Buren County and are active members of 4H. They love our horses and enjoy showing, riding, and rodeo performance. Emily and her husband also enjoy watching their kids in a variety of school activities, including music and sports. they also enjoy swimming and boating and just spending time with family.
I am a member of St. Boniface Parish in Farmington where I currently lector and have also taught as a catechist for 10 years.
Emily Otte graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College in 1995 with a Bachelor of Music Education
degree. She also earned a Master of Science in Education as a Reading Specialist from
Western Illinois University in 2003.
Mrs. Otte taught at Aquinas and Macomb, Illinois before returning to teach instrumental music at
Holy Trinity in 2009. Mrs. Otte performs with the Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra,
Southeast Iowa Band, Nauvoo Community Band and Orchestra and the Fort Madison City
Band. When Emily is not playing her clarinet, she enjoys spending time kayaking, hiking and
traveling with her husband Darin and their 3 children.
Paula Pedrick graduated from Buena Vista University in Ottumwa, IA in 1989 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education with an endorsement in Reading. She taught one year of preschool, and then 12 years at Van Buren. Ms. Pedrick moved to Tennessee, teaching 12 years. While in Tennessee she received her Masters of Science degree in Education with Integration of Technology. She moved back to Iowa in 2014 to be closer to her family. She is currently teaching 3rd grade at Holy Trinity in West Point.
Ms. Pedrick has two grandchildren, Sidney (8) and Avery (6). She is presently living in Keosauqua with plans to move to Lee County in the very near future.
Ms. Pedrick enjoys sewing, fishing, cooking, and reading. She’s an animal lover, having a new puppy and a cat!
Linda Peitz graduated from Quincy College in May of 1979 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and a Bachelor of Science in Special Education. She taught 26 years in the Aquinas School System before becoming part of Holy Trinity Schools. She is the 6th grade teacher.
Linda is an active member of St. Mary's parish in West Point where she serves as a lector and Eucharistic Minister.
Linda and her husband have lived in rural West Point since 1978. They have two grown children and three grandchildren (with #4 on the way!). Her favorite hobbies are reading and watching sports - especially St. Louis Cardinal Baseball!
Karen Schumaker taught in the Aquinas School System for 26 years prior to teaching at Holy Trinity Catholic Schools. Karen graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with majors in Elementary Education as well as Special Education. Ms. Schumaker is active in the Sacred Heart Parish as a song leader, Lector, Eucharistic Minister, member of the Adult Choir, Youth Choir Co-Leader, Altar & Rosary Society, and Liturgy Committee. Karen was a recipient of the Golden Apple Teacher Award presented by WGEM T.V. Ms. Schumaker teaches Religion to all of our elementary students.
Michael Sheerin - Principal
Mrs. Stull graduated from Western Illinois University in 2007 with a degree in Elementary Education with middle school endorsements in social studies and language arts. Jill graduated in May of 2014 from Quincy University with a master's degree in School Counseling. Jill’s first four years after college were spent teaching 7th grade geography at the Fort Madison Middle School before joining the HTC staff. Mrs. Stull provides K-12 Guidance and serves as the Jr. High Student Council supervisor.
Julie Vance - Vocal Music K-4
Julie Vance teaches K -4 general music at Holy Trinity. This is her second year in this position. Julie graduated from Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education. She directs the children's choir at church, and enjoys singing and playing the French horn. Julie and her husband Rob, have seven children and live on a hobby farm near Farmington.
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Mindy Goldie - Business Manager