Mrs. Lissa Hinely - Art Teacher, Fine Arts Department
- Music Instructor
Mr. W. Keith Hall
Coach Muriel Weston
Mrs. Weston attended Alabama A&M University and has 6 years of experience teaching Special Education and 22 more years working at Holy Family!!! Her favorite inspiration is Footprints which is fitting considering how many lives she has touched over the years.
In grades pre-kindergarten through fourth, health concepts are taught as a part of the classroom science curriculum. In grades fifth through eighth, the Current Health curriculum is used to teach students about contemporary health issues facing them daily such as obesity, bullying, teenage hygiene, substance abuse and other elements of today’s world.
Mr. Joe Sottolano
Physical Education at Holy Family Regional School consists of teaching fundamental skills in physical fitness, sportsmanship, and teamwork. We work on developing motor skills through games, calisthenics, ball handling training and agility training.
We at Holy Family Regional School recognize the importance of technology in our high-tech community. Classrooms are equipped with either an interactive white board, or a document camera—dependent upon the needs of the instructor. Additionally, we continue to expand our hand held technologies such as Classroom Responders and Ipads. All of this augments the 60 Chromebooks our student use for research, writing and the development of business technology skills.
Carrie Turner - Librarian
Mrs. Turner has 16 years of experience teaching in Catholic schools. She earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Elementary Education from Auburn University. War Eagle! Before becoming a teacher, Mrs. Turner spent her summers as a camp counselor. She serves as a Eucharistic Minister and lector for her parish. Mrs. Turner enjoys being creative with photography, drawing, painting, and crafting. She's even taken glassblowing and lamp-working classes. She dreams of being a professional audiobook narrator. Her spare time is spent reading, traveling, playing board games, watching movies, working in the yard, or cheering on the Auburn Tigers with her husband, three kids, two dogs, and two cats.
The Holy Family Library contains a large collection of both fiction and non-fiction materials for research and circulation. We believe that the love of reading starts at an early age and is the gift of a lifetime. We encourage all students to utilize the library for both academics and for fun.
Mrs. Margaret Lagasse - Catechist Grades 1st thru 5th
* B.S. Elementary Education and Special Education
*Teacher in New York and Virginia
*Assistant Director of Religious Education for 10 years at Holy Spirit Church
*Huntsville has been home since 1992
*Married for 29 years to Brian and mother to four sons and a daughter
*Active in the Knights of Columbus’ Auxiliary as well as other Parish Ministries
*Enjoy cooking, camping and gardening
* Email is a great way to contact me
The basic premise of a Catholic Education is to imbue the entire school curriculum with the love of Christ, the message of the Gospels, and the promise of our savior. Additionally, Holy Family offers formal instruction in Religion using the Christ Our Life series from Loyola Press. Pre-kindergarten uses the Seeds program from Pflaum. Students in grades K-8 attend Mass every Thursday morning at 9:00am and take part in designing the Mass, offering readings, leading music and participating in the petitions.
Mrs. Davis Carter - School Counselor
Mrs. Carter earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Auburn University in Special Education /Collaborative Teacher (K-12). Her Master's Degree in School Counseling (P-12) was awarded by the University of West Alabama. Having 10 years teaching experience, Ms. Carter holds membership in the Alabama Counseling Association and the American School Counselor Association.