Katie Boone is the third-grade teacher and After Care Coordinator. Katie earned a B.A. degree in Elementary Education with a specialization in Early Education from West Virginia Wesleyan College. Katie started with Trinity at the beginning of the 2016-17 school year.
Nathan Boone teaches music education to kindergarten through second-grade. Nathan attended West Virginia Wesleyan College and is currently pursuing a B.S. in Biblical and Educational Studies at Liberty University. Nathan began his service at Trinity in 2013.
Dr. Lois Campbell teaches Science for grades fourth through high school. Dr. Campbell has a proven commitment to science education, particularly in the area of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), as evidenced by her extensive resume. She earned her M.S. Ed. in Science Education from Purdue University, where she later earned her Ph.D. in Science Education with an Emphasis in Earth Science and a Minor in Research. Dr. Campbell joined the Trinity faculty in 2014.
Amanda Darby teaches fifth grade. Amanda received her Masters in Teaching from West Virginia University. She has a passion for integrating all subject matter and teaching from a Biblical Worldview. Amanda joined the Trinity faculty in 2017.
Luke Diamond teaches music education for grades third through fifth. Luke is a graduate of WVU where he studied conducting, composition, and vocal performance. His experience includes serving as a guest conductor of the WVU Community and Men’s Choirs, choir director of the Spruce St. United Methodist Church, and music director for various theatre companies. Luke began serving at Trinity in 2017.
Marcy Eanes teaches Pre K-3. She holds a B.S. degree in Child Development and Family Studies and a Masters in Social Work (WVU). Marcy has formal experience working with preschool-aged children dating back to 1998. She joined the Trinity faculty in 2016.
Patricia Garrity is the Pre K-4 teacher. She holds a B.S. degree from Ohio State University and an M.S. in Educational Leadership from the University of Dayton. Patricia brought over 12 years of experience in education when she joined the Trinity faculty in 2016.
Amy Hagedorn is our Kindergarten Classroom Aide. She has been a member of the Trinity staff since 2013.
Joyce Poag is the Supported Instruction teacher for elementary and secondary. She has a B.S. in Elementary Education and a Masters of Education in Remedial Reading from California University of Pennsylvania. She has over 30 years of teaching experience and has been at Trinity since 2004.
Nettie Pollock is the Elementary Art teacher. She attended Montgomery County Community College and Liberty University. She has over 20 years of experience in education, beginning her work at Trinity in 2004.
Sarah Rice teaches Foreign Language to grades first through fifth. Sarah has a B.A. from Cedarville University in International Studies with a minor in Bible and Spanish. She joined the Trinity staff in 2009 and has been teaching in the classroom since 2012.
Kendra Sainato is the Pre-K4 classroom aide. Prior to joining the Trinity staff in 2016, she had two years of experience working in a Christian Pre-K classroom. Kendra is currently working towards her B.A. in Early Childhood Development with an emphasis in both Pre-K and Curriculum Development.
Jodi Shoemaker is our Kindergarten teacher. She has a B.S. in Elementary Education from Waynesburg University. She has been teaching at Trinity since the fall of 2010.
Andrea Steptoe is the volunteer Librarian and volunteer Pre-K3 classroom aide.
Teresa White teaches first grade. She attended Southern Illinois University where she received a B.S. in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. Teresa started with Trinity in 2006 and has been involved in education for over 20 years.
Sarah Wolfe is the fourth-grade teacher. She earned a B.S. in Psychology from Allegheny College and an M.A. in Education from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the Trinity faculty in 2017, Sarah had accrued seven years of experience as a teacher in elementary classrooms and four years of experience as adjunct faculty at Waynesburg University, teaching Beginning Algebra.
Cary Woods teaches Physical Education. He earned an undergraduate degree from West Virginia University in Physical Education and Social Studies, and a master’s degree in Motor Development. Cary has extensive classroom and coaching experience, including 6 years as head coach of Trinity’s high school girls’ basketball team. Cary joined the Trinity administration and faculty in the summer of 2015.
Rochelle Workman joined the Trinity faculty as the second-grade teacher in 2017. She has a Masters degree in Elementary Education with a specialization in Early Childhood from West Virginia University.