Faculty

Pre-K

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Lisa Huber Falkenheiner

Lisa Huber Falkenheiner

Pre-K 4 Teacher

Lisa Falkenheiner is a native Natchezian and very proud of it!  Graduating from Natchez High School in 1990, she received her B.A. in Education from the University of Mississippi in 1994.

She was the Pre-School Director for Jefferson Street UMC for 3 years; Lisa has taught for Trinity since 2009.  She is married to Dr. Lee Falkenheiner and has 3 children attending Trinity; Madalyn, Grant and Sarah Saxon.

 

Skeeter Hutchins

Skeeter Hutchins

Pre-K 3 Teacher

 

 

Lower School

Rebecca Blair

Rebecca Blair

Kindergarten Teacher 

Rebecca has taught in both public and private schools for over 17 years.  Her passion is kindergarten students. Her husband Andy Blair is the pastor of Crosspoint Church.  They have one daughter in school at Furman University and Betsy,  a senior at Trinity.  Rebecca is also the sponsor for JV and Varsity Trinity Cheer.

 

 

Kim Cauthen

Kim Cauthen

Kindergarten Assistant

 

Elizabeth Langenmayr

Elizabeth Langenmayr

First Grade Teacher

Elizabeth grew up in a family of 6 children and was home schooled. She began her love of teaching while helping her mother with the younger children.  She graduated from Indiana Wesleyan with a degree in Elementary Education.

Elizabeth taught at an inner city school upon graduation and then went on to teach 3rd grade in Florida. She is married to Stephen and has two children,  Kyle and Abby. 

Romona Fenn

Romona Fenn

1st Grade Teacher

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   

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

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.

 

 

Becky Stephens

Becky Stephens

Fourth Grade Teacher

Becky Stephens is a graduate of the University of Mississippi in Elementary Education. 

She began teaching in the Natchez Public Schools in 1979 and retired in 2003; she joined the Trinity family in 2004 teaching 4th grade.

 

 

 

Betsy Colebank Mosby

Betsy Colebank Mosby

Elementary Art Enrichment

 

 

Kathleen Mackey King

Kathleen Mackey King

Elementary Music Enrichment

 

 

Indira Batista

Indira Batista

Spanish Enrichment

Indira was born and raised in Cartagena, Colombia.   She graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree of Foreign Languages and Literature with emphasis in Spanish. 
Indira student taught at Hattiesburg High in Hattiesburg and Sumrall High at Sumrall. She worked in Nueva Lengua school  in Cartagena,  teaching Spanish as a second language  to foreign adults students and visitors.  She also worked as a  private Spanish tutor in her home country.

 

Middle School

Millicent Burke

Millicent Burke

History Teacher

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 - Dean of Students

 

 

Alexis Lassetter

Alexis Lassetter

English and Reading

 

 

Amy Dykes

Amy Dykes

Math Teacher

 

 

Indira Batista

Indira Batista

Spanish Enrichment

Indira was born and raised in Cartagena, Colombia.   She graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree of Foreign Languages and Literature with emphasis in Spanish. 
Indira student taught at Hattiesburg High in Hattiesburg and Sumrall High at Sumrall. She worked in Nueva Lengua school  in Cartagena,  teaching Spanish as a second language  to foreign adults students and visitors.  She also worked as a  private Spanish tutor in her home country.

 

High School

Gwen Young

Gwen Young

English Teacher




Linda Rodriguez

Linda Rodriguez

Latin and History Teacher - Global Studies Director

 

 

Claudia Stephens

Claudia Stephens

Technology Curriculum Teacher

 

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 

 

 

Christina Bauerle

Christina Bauerle

Math and Science Teacher

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

 

 

Indira Batista

Indira Batista

Spanish Enrichment

Indira was born and raised in Cartagena, Colombia.   She graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree of Foreign Languages and Literature with emphasis in Spanish. 
Indira student taught at Hattiesburg High in Hattiesburg and Sumrall High at Sumrall. She worked in Nueva Lengua school  in Cartagena,  teaching Spanish as a second language  to foreign adults students and visitors.  She also worked as a  private Spanish tutor in her home country.

 

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