Our curriculum is based on the Diocese of Superior Curriculum Guidelines which can be found here: DOS Curriculum
Mrs. Stacy joined St. Bridget Parish School in 2017 teaching Fifth Grade. In 2018, she began teaching Kindergarten. Prior to joining St. Bridget, Mrs. Stacy spent time substitute teaching in various school districts in the area, including a long-term Pre-K substitute position at St. Bridget. Mrs. Stacy received her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, with a minor in Early Childhood at UW-Superior. She is looking forward to building a classroom community of engaged learners. Mrs. Stacy’s favorite subject to teach is reading, but is passionate about all subjects. She is excited to provide engaging, hands-on, authentic learning experiences for each of her students by employing each child’s strengths to help reach his/her full potential.
Therese and her husband, Andy, live in River Falls with their three sons: Bryce, Carson, and Avery James. Outside of school, she enjoys attending her children’s and husband’s sporting events, learning to play guitar, reading, cooking, and baking.
Mrs. Stacy is excited to be a part of the St. Bridget mission because she wants to provide a warm and welcoming environment for all students to learn and grow: spiritually, emotionally, and academically. She is pleased to be a part of the St. Bridget family.
Mrs. Mary Gribble joined St. Bridget Parish School in 2008 teaching first grade. Prior to coming to St. Bridget she taught second grade, coached at the middle and high school levels and was the Director/ Teacher of the Country Goose Preschool. Mrs. Gribble received her degree in Elementary Education from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Mary loves to create an enriching classroom environment where all can succeed, and she is a Certified Orton Gillingham Teacher. Mrs. Gribble and her husband Phil have two children and reside in the River Falls area. In her free time she loves to run, read, cook and spend time with her family. She is excited to be a part of the St. Bridget mission because here at St. Bridget we are a family of learners, striving for the best in all, guided by our Catholic faith.
Mrs. Molly Hering joined St. Bridget Parish School in 2018 as the Second Grade teacher. Prior to coming to St. Bridget, she taught Second Grade, Third Grade, and Reading. Mrs. Hering received her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Molly’s teaching interests include motivating students to improve their reading skills, as that will impact their confidence and academic achievement. She enjoys watching students grow and watching their excitement and love for learning. Molly resides with her husband in Hudson, WI. In her free time, she enjoys running, watching the Packers, Badgers, and Brewers, and ice fishing. She is excited to be a part of the St. Bridget mission and share her passion of learning with a focus on the Catholic faith.
Ms. Michele Jarosch joined St. Bridget Parish School in 2014 as the 4th grade teacher. In 2016, she moved to middle school to teach math and science. This will be her second year teaching 3rd grade. Before coming to St. Bridget she worked at Hill and Cashman-Hill Funeral Home. During this time she was also attending undergraduate school at the University of Wisconsin - River Falls, where she received her degree in Education. She currently lives in River Falls, WI. When Michele is not at school she can be found at the parks, lakes, playing board and card games at home, playing make believe or building with Legos with her son. When she gets some down time, Michele enjoys reading. Michele is truly proud to teach at St. Bridget because of the amazing families and staff that we are blessed to work alongside, and because of the children whom we guide into amazing servants of Christ.
Mr. Vincent Pedavoli joined St. Bridget Parish School in 2018 as the Fourth Grade teacher. Prior to coming to St. Bridget, he taught three years at St. Francis School in Ellsworth, WI in the Fifth Grade and nine years at Holy Trinity Catholic Middle School in Charlotte, NC. Mr. Pedavoli received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Tyler in History and English, and his teaching certification from Hamline University. Vincent’s teaching interests include history, German, and geography. Vincent resides with his family in River Falls. In his spare time, he works at the Winzer Stube, a German restaurant in Hudson, WI. When not working, he spends time with his two collies, Robbie and Jean, gardening, reading, and exercising.