Faculty Changes Announced at Madonna High School

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Ms. Sinsigalli

The following faculty changes will take place at Madonna High School for the 2016-2017 school year.

Ms. Kelly Sinsigalli, Math teacher and Dean of Students will not be returning to Madonna High School after finishing her sixth year.   She also was the Tennis Coach. Ms. Sinsigalli is moving to Michigan where she will be assuming a teaching position. We wish to congratulate Ms. Sinsigalli on her recent engagement and wish her the best in her new position. Ms. Sinsigalli will be missed by Madonna High School faculty, staff  and students.

Mr. Steve Fournier has been hired at Madonna High School and will be teaching Calc., Pre-Calc. and Trigonometry.

Mr. Fournier was born in Omaha, Nebraska and attended Mount Michael Benedictine High School, a Catholic college prep school very similar to Madonna High School. He received his B.S. in Mathematics from Marshall University and an M. S. in Communication and Information Systems from Robert Morris University. He has spent the last fifteen years teaching Math and Communication classes at Eastern Gateway Community College and Robert Morris University. He has been a member of St. Joseph the Worker Parish for over fifteen years and lives in Weirton with his wife, Kelli (McDonald, Class of 89), and two children, Emily (Class of 15), and Vincent (Class of 17).