Faculty

Pre-K

Skeeter Hutchins

Skeeter Hutchins

Pre-K 3 Teacher            hutchinssb@trinitysaints.org

Skeeter Hutchins is now in her 10th year as a Pre-K 3 teacher at Trinity; all in all, this is her 16th year of teaching.  She graduated Cum Laude from Mississippi State University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, and she is State Certified K-8. 

An active Trinity parent and volunteer, Skeeter has coached the JV Cheerleaders, the AYA Cheerleaders and “Little Angels and Little Cherubs” Dance Teams in years past.  Skeeter is married to Chris Hutchins and has a daughter, Kailey who attends Trinity. 

Jessica Anderson

Jessica Anderson

Pre-K 3 Assistant          andersonj@trinitysaints.org                    

Jessica graduated in 1996 from Riverside Christian Academy. She went to Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri for one year. In addition, she is a ceritified dental assistant.  Jessica has been a part of the Trinity family for 13 years, subsitute teaching before she became the Pre-K 3 assistant.

Jessica has three children who attend Trinity.

 

Felice Fortenberry

Felice Fortenberry

Pre-K 4 Teacher          fortenberryfb@trinitysaints.org

Felice Fortenberry is a life long citizen of Natchez.  After graduating from Trinity High School, she then continued her education through the University Of Southern Mississippi.  She was awarded a Bachelor's and Master's degree in elementary education.  She currently holds teaching certifications in Louisiana and Mississippi.  Her teaching background includes 28 years with the Natchez Public Schools and 12 years with Concordia Parish schools.  
Felice has one daughter and son in law, Jessica and Nathan Stubbs and two grandsons, Jack Henry 7 and Jordan who is 5.
Kim Cauthen

Kim Cauthen

PreK 4 Assistant          cauthenkb@trinitysaints.org

Kim Cauthen joined the Trinity family in 2009 as a Kindergarten Teacher’s Aide.  

A native of Oxford, Kim attended the University of Mississippi from 1988-92 where she studied Home Economics and Sociology.  Kim is married to Dusty Cauthen and have two children who attend Trinity.

 

Lower School

Robin Pierce

Robin Pierce

Kindergarten Teacher          piercer@trinitysaints.org

Robin has recently moved to Natchez and is excited to work in her new community.  She received her BA in Education from NLU in 1989.  

Robin has 11 years teaching experience in the elementary grades and has spent the last 8 1/2 years working in early childhood.

 

 

Joni Ford Davis

Joni Ford Davis

First Grade Teacher         davisjf@trinitysaints.org

Joni graduated from Block High School in Jonesville, La in 1981. She entered the classroom in January 2002 and continued with her education earning a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership (Principal and Supervision) in May 2006 from Northwestern State University.
She is certified in Elementary Education grades 1-6 in all subjects, Middle School English Language Arts, Middle School Science, Principal, Supervisor, and Supervisor of Student Teachers.  She has taught 2nd grade, 5th grade (all subjects), 7th grade ELA, 8th grade ELA, and 8th grade Science. She was Block High School Guidance Counselor for 3 years and also served as a cheer coach for many years. She has 3 children.

Romona Fenn

Romona Fenn

1st Grade Teacher          fennrj@trinitysaints.org

Romona Fenn is a lifelong resident of Natchez and a graduate of Trinity Episcopal Day School. 

She earned a B.S. in Special Education from Mississippi College; she has certifications in both Special Education and Elementary Education.  Romona has over 20 years teaching experience.  Romona is married to Paul Fenn who is an avid Trinity supporter. 

Nancy Harveston

Nancy Harveston

2nd Grade Teacher            harvestonna@trinitysaints.org   

Nancy Harveston graduated from USM.  Retiring from the Natchez Public School System after 27 years, she came to Trinity where she taught Kindergarten for 9 years. 

Nancy is in her fourth year as Second Grade instructor.  Currently, along with Mrs. Stephens, she has established the "Million Word Club" for the Elementary.  Second Grade is proud of its Countries Projects presented in late January and our trip --"Around the World At Christmas."

Aubree Bunyard

Aubree Bunyard

Third Grade Teacher          bunyardaj@trinitysaints.org

Aubree grew up in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.  She graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education.  Aubree taught fifth grade for two years in Pascagoula, Mississippi and fourth grade for seven years in St. Louis, Missouri.  She is married to Chip Bunyard and has a five year old daughter, Riley.

 

 

Jana Ford

Jana Ford

Fourth Grade Teacher            fordj@trinitysaints.org

Jana is a Jonesville, LA native and a proud LSU graduate.  She has previously taught at Block High School and Jonesville Junior High in the Louisana public school system.  Her background in teaching includes math, science, and nutrition.  She strives to live her live full of joy and to be a positive example for her students.
She has one daughter, Z'ea who will be joining the Trinity family as a second grader this year.  The family has a three-legged cat aptly named Trinity!
Kathleen King

Kathleen King

Elementary Music Enrichment          kingkm@trinitysaints.org

Kathleen Mackey King has a Bachelor of Music Degree from Montevallo University in Alabama and a Master of Music Degree in vocal performance from Louisiana State University.  She has extensive music teaching experience covering ages from preschool to adults.

Mrs. King is the owner and instructor for the Children's Prep Music Studio in Natchez and also teaches adjunct at Co-Lin Community College.   She currently serves on the Natchez Music Festival Board.

Lillith Andersen

Lillith Andersen

Spanish Enrichment          andersenlp@trinitysaints.org

Mrs. Andersen was born in Zagreb, Croatia. She graduated from the Classical High School and the University of Zagreb with a B.A in Romance Languages (French and Spanish). During her summer studies abroad, Mrs. Andersen studied at St. Giles School in London (under auspices of Cambridge University), University of Vienna (Austria), University of Perugia (Italy), Sorbonne (Paris, France), and University of Barcelona (Spain).
Mrs. Andersen and her husband worked for the U.S. Department of State and served at U.S. Embassies and Consulates in Zagreb (Croatia), Mumbai (India), Freetown (Sierra Leone), Valletta (Malta) and Skopje (Macedonia). She also taught Croatian language to American diplomats at the Foreign Service Institute, Washington, D.C.
After returning to the U.S., Mrs. Andersen taught French at Worcester Academy, Worcester, MA and Spanish and Latin at Chesapeake Academy, Irvington, VA. She is married to the Rev. Paul John Andersen, a retired Foreign Service Officer and Episcopal priest. Their son Alexander is a college senior.
Susannah Heatherly

Susannah Heatherly

Art Teacher          heatherlysb@trinitysaints.org

A native of Natchez, Susannah Byrne Heatherly graduated from Trinity in 1988.  She received her BA from the University of Mississippi in Art History and Arts Administration in 1992.  She continued her Art History graduate studies at the University of Memphis from 1994-1996. She is currently completing her MA in Education at Alcorn State University.    

She teaches high school Art 1 and 2 at Trinity.  Susannah is married to Wade Heatherly and has 3 children.

Middle School

Millicent Burke

Millicent Burke

History Teacher          burkemc@trinitysaints.org

Millicent Burke teaches 5th- 8th grade Social Studies.  She graduated with honors from the University of Southern Mississippi with a B.S. in Secondary Education--certification in 7-12 Social Studies. 

She is a recipient of the Outstanding Teacher of American History Award from the Colonial Dames, a recipient of a William and Harriet Vance Memorial Fellowship--awarded by the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration to selected outstanding teachers, and the recipient of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Award for Teachers.

Robbie Lanehart

Robbie Lanehart

Science Teacher          lanehartnr@trinitysaints.org

Robbie has taught Math and Science in Natchez for 35 years.  28 of those years were in the Natchez-Adams District; 8 have been at Trinity.  Her B.S. degree from USM is in Elementary Education (Grades 4-8) with a certification in Science (grades 7-12). 

Robbie is one of the first teachers in Mississippi to reach the highly qualified status in 7-8th grade Math. Robbie is the Middle School Team Leader and is the proud sponsor the Trinity relay for life team.

 

Alexis Lassetter

Alexis Lassetter

English and Reading          lassetterap@trinitysaints.org

Alexis Lassetter teaches 5th-8th grade Reading and English. Alexis is from California and moved to Natchez in 2010. She graduated from California State University Channel Islands with her Bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and is currently working on her master’s degree. Alexis is certified in secondary education.

 

 

Lillith Andersen

Lillith Andersen

Spanish Enrichment          andersenlp@trinitysaints.org

Mrs. Andersen was born in Zagreb, Croatia. She graduated from the Classical High School and the University of Zagreb with a B.A in Romance Languages (French and Spanish). During her summer studies abroad, Mrs. Andersen studied at St. Giles School in London (under auspices of Cambridge University), University of Vienna (Austria), University of Perugia (Italy), Sorbonne (Paris, France), and University of Barcelona (Spain).
Mrs. Andersen and her husband worked for the U.S. Department of State and served at U.S. Embassies and Consulates in Zagreb (Croatia), Mumbai (India), Freetown (Sierra Leone), Valletta (Malta) and Skopje (Macedonia). She also taught Croatian language to American diplomats at the Foreign Service Institute, Washington, D.C.
After returning to the U.S., Mrs. Andersen taught French at Worcester Academy, Worcester, MA and Spanish and Latin at Chesapeake Academy, Irvington, VA. She is married to the Rev. Paul John Andersen, a retired Foreign Service Officer and Episcopal priest. Their son Alexander is a college senior.
Erin Bandy

Erin Bandy

Resource and Math Teacher          bandyes@trinitysaints.org

Erin is married to Scott Bandy and ha sa son, Sam, who attends Trinity. She has taught in regular classrooms, special education departments, and is certified in gifted education.  She will be full-time to enable Trinity to provide support to those students with learning differences.  Erin's class room will be in the middle school. She is also oversees the production of the Yearbook.

 

High School

Irma Caldwell

Irma Caldwell

English Teacher          caldwelli@trinitysaints.org

Irma is married to Patrick Caldwell and mother to Scott, Amanda, and JP.  She has 42 years teaching experience.

Irma has a BS and MED from University of Southern Mississippi.  She believes in working with the individual child to help that child be successful.  Irma has seen many changes in the classroom since first job in 1970, but feels the the bottom line has remained the same - prepare students for  their future. 
Gwen Young

Gwen Young

English Teacher          younggr@trinitysaints.org

Gwen Young has been teaching English at Trinity for 26 years, including 8th Grade Reading, English III, English IV, and Senior Composition. 

She is the Senior Class Sponsor, Graduation Sponsor, and C.A.S.K.E.T Club Sponsor.

Gwen also serves as the Advanced Placement English Literature Curriculum Advisor.

Linda Rodriguez

Linda Rodriguez

Latin and History Teacher - Global Studies Director          rodriguezlf@trinitysaints.org

Linda is a graduate of the University of Kansas receiving a BA in Classical Antiquities.  She has taught history for Trinity since 2000. 

Linda is the Junior Class sponsor and sponsors the field Experience Puerto Rico. Linda also serves as the Advanced Placement History College Board Advisor.  Linda is married to Dr. Jack Rodriguez and has three students at Trinity and one Trinity graduate. 

Dr. Keri Jones

Dr. Keri Jones

Science Teacher      joneskd@trinitysaints.org

Keri Jones is teaching high school Biology, Chemistry, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is married to Father Walton Jones, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Natchez. They have two beautiful daughters Phoebe (6) and Ann Shaifer (4). Both are proud saints! Keri has a Ph.D. in Agronomy from Mississippi State University. She has taught biology classes at Mississippi State and Sewanee.  

 

Claudia Stephens

Claudia Stephens

Technology Curriculum Teacher          stephenscj@trinitysaints.org 

Claudia Stephens started at Trinty in 1981. 

She is the former I.T. Director; currently she teaches the technology curriculum.  Claudia also contributes photos to the Trinity website  She is married to Jack Stephens and her sons, Rogers and William both graduated from Trinity.

 

Reverend  CJ Meaders

Reverend CJ Meaders

Chaplain - Teaches 9th Grade Ethics and Senior Religion          meaderscj@trinitysaints.org

CJ Meaders is a native Mississippian with a loving wife and young son.  He recently received his Master of Divinity at Seminary of the Southwest and was ordained a priest in June 2014.  He a holds a Bachelor of Art in Art with emphasis in Graphic Design and a Bachelor of Art in Philosophy and Religion, both from the University of Mississippi. CJ's passions include music, video production, and armchair theological discussion.  He is a lifelong Episcopalian with a deep love for the church and its catholic vision of reconciling the world to God through unity in diversity.

Christina Bauerle

Christina Bauerle

Math and Science Teacher          bauerlecz@trinitysaints.org

Christina Bauerle received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Science Education with Minor Degree in Mathematics Education from Louisiana Tech University and did additional coursework at ULM (Monroe) and Northwestern State University (Natchitoches).  She is married to Chuck Bauerle and has two grown children Matthew and Megan.

She has enjoyed 32 wonderful years of teaching math and science in both public and private schools. 

Kristen Stokes

Kristen Stokes

History Teacher          stokeske@trinitysaints.org

Kristen Stokes received a BA from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2007 and a MS in Political Science in 2009.  This is her third year at Trinity.  She is also the Student Council sponsor and helps coach the JV Cheer squad.  Kristen is married to Jase Stokes and has a toddler, Caroline.

 

 

Anne McMullen

Anne McMullen

Physics Teacher        mcmullenar@trinitysaints.org

Anne is coming back for her third round of teaching at Trinity.  She is originally from Laurel, MS and moved to Natchez in 1971.  She is married to Dempse and has one child, Leeanne, who lives in Oakland, CA.

She attended Millsaps, USM and obtained her graduate degree at Alcorn State University.  At Trinity, she taught two of our current faculty members, Coach Rogel and Susannah Heatherly.

 

Lillith Andersen

Lillith Andersen

Spanish Enrichment          andersenlp@trinitysaints.org

Mrs. Andersen was born in Zagreb, Croatia. She graduated from the Classical High School and the University of Zagreb with a B.A in Romance Languages (French and Spanish). During her summer studies abroad, Mrs. Andersen studied at St. Giles School in London (under auspices of Cambridge University), University of Vienna (Austria), University of Perugia (Italy), Sorbonne (Paris, France), and University of Barcelona (Spain).
Mrs. Andersen and her husband worked for the U.S. Department of State and served at U.S. Embassies and Consulates in Zagreb (Croatia), Mumbai (India), Freetown (Sierra Leone), Valletta (Malta) and Skopje (Macedonia). She also taught Croatian language to American diplomats at the Foreign Service Institute, Washington, D.C.
After returning to the U.S., Mrs. Andersen taught French at Worcester Academy, Worcester, MA and Spanish and Latin at Chesapeake Academy, Irvington, VA. She is married to the Rev. Paul John Andersen, a retired Foreign Service Officer and Episcopal priest. Their son Alexander is a college senior.
Susannah Heatherly

Susannah Heatherly

Art Teacher          heatherlysb@trinitysaints.org

A native of Natchez, Susannah Byrne Heatherly graduated from Trinity in 1988.  She received her BA from the University of Mississippi in Art History and Arts Administration in 1992.  She continued her Art History graduate studies at the University of Memphis from 1994-1996. She is currently completing her MA in Education at Alcorn State University.    

She teaches high school Art 1 and 2 at Trinity.  Susannah is married to Wade Heatherly and has 3 children.

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