St. John Vianney SCHOOL Staff

The staff at St. John Vianney School are committed to providing a 21st century Catholic Education.  Some classrooms have individual web pages that you can access by clicking their Grade/Subject.

To reach out to your classroom teacher simply click on their email which is included in their information.

  • Caroline dutweiler


    "This is my first year working at SJV.  I have a Bachelor's Degree in Childhood Education from Medaille College.  My goal is for my students to have the best experience possible and hope my efforts will enable them to have fun and be proud of their accomplishments.  I set the stage for my students to become lifelong learners!"  

  • Mrs. Pacer has been part of the SJV family for 13 years.  My hopes are that each student develops a love for learning while having fun!  I am truly honored to help start your child’s educational journey.

  • mary hoak

    1st Grade

    This is my first year at St. John Vianney. I truly love working at St. John Vianney in such a supportive environment. I received my degree in childhood education/ special education with an extension in early childhood education and gifted education. I love teaching Pre-k 4. It is a pleasure to teach students who have a love for learning. 

  • Mrs. Manley has been an educator at SJV for more than twenty years.  She received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary/Exceptional Education from SUNY College at Buffalo.  Mrs. Manley enjoys working with our preschool students and assists in providing a welcoming and nurturing learning environment that instills curiosity and creativity.

  • This year is my first year at Saint John Vianney. I graduated from Buffalo State College with a Bachelor's Degree in Childhood Education, where I am currently nearing the end of my Master's program in Curriculum and Instruction. I love coming in each morning and seeing the excitement of the students and I strive to make learning fun so each child I teach loves and wants to come to school.  I am so blessed to be part of this wonderful family at SJV!

  • Mrs. Scupien has been teaching for 13 years at SJV. She has a Bachelor's in Early Childhood Development from SUNY University at Buffalo and a Masters in Elementary Education from Medaille College. Teaching 4th grade has been her passion for the last 7 years. She promotes a fun and energetic learning environment enriched with our Catholic Faith. Mrs. Scupien incorporates STREAM activities and 21st Century Math Skills into her daily routine.

  • I graduated from SUNY Fredonia with high honors as an English major and a minor in psychology. I had a passion for reading and writing since I was a little girl, and strive to share my love for ELA with my students here at SJV.  I am looking forward to a wonderful year ahead! 

  • Mrs Woodrow is a dedicated educator with a diverse background of experience. She fell in love with the profession while working With children on the Navajo reservation in Arizona during her time in college. This inspired her to head home and pursue her Masters in Education from SUNY Oswego. Her journey eventually landed her in rural eastern Virginia where she could enjoy the water, nature, and history of the area while teaching 3rd-5th grade. Much of that time was spent as a school leader in science; running science fairs and opening her student’s minds to the wonder of science.

    Now, Mrs Woodrow is back home in NY so she may be closer to family. She is excited to be sharing her love of science with the middle school students of St John Vianney. In her free time she has a passion for theater, dance, and reading but most of her time is spent with her two young blessings; Maxwell and Henry.


  • I am a graduate of University at Buffalo, where I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering. I attended Buffalo State College to get my Mathematics Teaching Certification. Currently I am attending Buffalo State College to get my Masters in Mathematics Education.

    This is my first year teaching, and I am glad to be part of the SJV staff. I love mathematics and try to bring that enthusiasm into every lesson I teach. I enjoy focusing on real world problems and making the math meaningful to the students.

    I am also the 7th grade homeroom teacher. This allows me to really get to know our 7th grade class! Additionally, I also teach technology 3-8. In technology, we focus on typing skills and general computer skill in 3rd and 4th grade. In the middle school, we focus on using various tools from the google workspace in order to help prepare students to do research, make presentations and analyze data.


    Me encanta enseñar a los estudiantes de SJV!  Following a career in chemical engineering, teaching dance to all ages, and a wide range of tutoring and volunteering, I had a wonderful experience as a substitute teacher at SJV.  I am thrilled to be utilizing long standing language skills to cultivate the enthusiasm of our Spanish students into a practical command of conversation and writing, with an appreciation of all the culture has to offer! 


    With a lifelong background in choral singing, dance, piano, and musical theater, it is a pleasure to be teaching general music at SJV!  During their weekly classes, our younger music students focus on developing their rhythm, intonation, and creative side through singing, dancing, listening, and playing simple percussion instruments.  We love to include both exhilarating and meditative forms of praise music!

    Grades 2 and beyond add:  music notation, composition of rhythms, tunes, and lyrics, instruments such as hand bells and chimes, and interpretation of a wide variety of music genres.

    Our school-wide Christmas and Spring performances are shifting to video format this year.  We are pleased to share our talents to inspire joy and lift spirits!

  • We’ve all heard “a picture is worth a thousand words.” It is my goal to teach the students at St. John Vianney the fundamentals of using, exploring, developing, interpreting and describing those art “words” to create their own masterpieces. I provide an engaging, safe and artistically nurturing environment for all students. The best part about being artists to me is that we can learn from our mistakes-engaging and persisting when things get tough, exploring and taking risks when trying something new, and develop our creativity.

    This year students will learn about different artists and artist techniques. They will learn through exploration and practice how to master these skills and think like historical artists. Students will be introduced to some of the more familiar famous artists as well as some diverse artists coming from many different eras of art, places in the world, and backgrounds. Students will also learn to create art with many different forms of medium --acrylic paint, charcoal, clay, watercolor, chalk pastels, oil pastels, and collage.

    My favorite part about being an art teacher is seeing students grow artistically and academically. This year, we will work together to create our own works of art as well as describe, interrupt and analyze other works of art! The art projects will follow the NYS Visual and Media Arts Standards.

  • Charlene Corwin

    Library / Tech


    I have a Master of Science degree in Multidisciplinary Studies from Buffalo State University. Since joining the SJV family, my mission is to provide a fun, nurturing and creative environment where I can use my life skills to help all children lay the building blocks to their future. Currently, 2 of my 5 grandchildren attend SJV and one graduated from SJV in 2015. 

  • Cynthia Abram (TRF) and CATHY ZANGHI (MW)

    School nurse

    Cynthia Abram....

    Graduated from UB and BGH school of nursing. Extensive medical surgical background. ICU, head and neck & 23 yrs. in the emergency room @ Sisters Hospital. In charge of opening a home care agency in Rochester for Excellus for 8 yrs. Telephonic RN case manager & preceptor for new hires @ Fidelis. I am very happy to be a part of the SJV family and take care of our students.