Faculty & Staff
Mr. Daniel Stringer, M.Ed.
Mr. Stringer has been an educator for fifteen years and nine have been in school leadership. Having attended both catholic and public grades schools and Archbishop Moeller High School, he fully appreciates the full value that comes from a catholic school education. Mr. Stringer currently lives south of Lebanon and has family members in Beavercreek and Philipsburg; he has many connections to our Dayton community. Currently Mr. Stringer is completing his Doctorate in Organizational Leadership at Xavier University and hopes that his advanced degrees will help Immaculate Conception students and families thrive.
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Ms. Ann Jones
My name is Ann Jones. I am the Preschool Teacher here at Immaculate Conception School. This is my third year here at ICS, but I have been teaching in early childhood for 30 years. What I like most about preschoolers is their curiosity about the world around them, their honesty, and their love of exploration and creativity.
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Ms. Elizabeth Schweitzer
My name is Elizabeth Schweitzer. I started at ICS in 2013. Back then, I was the preschool teacher as we began building the preschool program. After a year of teaching preschool, I moved to teaching Kindergarten and have been loving teaching Kindergarten ever since. My favorite subjects to teach are science and math, probably because those were my favorite in school to learn. In my spare time, I enjoy playing the cello and making dinner for my family.
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Mrs. Rebecca Schenking
Hello! My name is Rebecca Schenking. This is my 6th year teaching at Immaculate Conception, and my 12th year as a teacher. I've been fortunate to have taught in each grade PreSchool through Third, in various schools in Dayton and Cincinnati, where I earned my Masters degree in Literacy. I am so blessed to a part of the staff at ICS, and enjoy the challenge of helping students build their skills in all areas, academically and socially. My husband Nic and I are blessed to have 3 incredible children, Ethan, Richy and Eleanor, and 3 rambunctious dogs. We spend as much time as we can outdoors, hiking, running and often volunteering for the MetroParks' wonderful activities. We also like to donate our time to the Dayton Metro Libraries programs, as well as to other local organizations that help our community. Most of all, we like to be together, baking, playing music and reading.
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Mrs. Ann Sacksteder
Hello, My name is Ann Sacksteder. I am native to Dayton, having grown up in the Five Oaks neighborhood, and attended Corpus Christ and CJ. After College I took a couple years to travel and teach. My teaching experience includes time spent in Ghana, Kenya, The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Inner City San Antonio, Cincinnati, and Dayton. Three years ago, God blessed me with the opportunity here at Immaculate Conception where I have found a diverse and welcoming home. This is a unique school, and I am happy to be here.
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Ms. Alexandra Bartley
I grew up in Oak Park, IL and completed my degree in Classical Civilization and Archaeology at the University of Cincinnati. After college, I worked as an archaeologist, excavating ancient Native American cultures. I completed my Master’s degree in Language Arts and Literature at Eastern Michigan University in 2001, where I also taught writing and literature courses. Since then, I have taught a variety of age groups, from infants to college-age, and I have worked as a writer/editor in academic publishing, creating textbook materials and standardized tests. Most recently, I taught language arts and science at the STEAM Academy of Dayton. I love working with students, expanding their minds and watching them grow, and I look forward to working with your children this year. When I am not in the classroom, I enjoy spending time with my daughter, Katherine, who attends Immaculate Conception. I also love reading, writing, kayaking, hiking, and being outdoors.
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Mrs. Sarah Shivadecker
Mrs. Sarah Shivadecker has been teaching 3rd grade at Immaculate Conception School for 7 years. Mrs. Shivadecker taught for Kettering Schools as a home visitor and family advocate for refugee families from Iraq, Turkey, Mexico, Sudan and Congo before working at ICS. She enjoys spending time with her children, Gabrielle and Owen, reading new books and going on outdoor adventures.
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Ms. Peggy Powers
Fourth & Fifth Grade
I am thrilled to be a part of your child’s education. I teach 4th and 5th grade Language Arts and Social Studies. Over the past 17 years I have dedicated my career to our Catholic Schools in the Dayton Area. I am a Daytonian. My parents were both born and raised here. I have six siblings and a twin sister, who is also an educator. I am an aunt to twenty-three nieces and nephews who I adore. I look forward to working with you and your child this year!
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Mrs. Amanda Roddy
Fourth & Fifth Grade
Mrs. Roddy has had the privilege of ministering in Catholic Schools for the past three years. Her first year was completed in Trotwood at Preparatory and Fitness Academy. Now she is excited to start her fifth year at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception School as the 4th and 5th grade Religion and Expressions teacher.
It has always been her calling to serve in the classroom. She values each and every student as an individual and feels blessed to have such an amazing opportunity to experience the 2018-2019 school year here at ICS.
Mrs. Roddy received her Masters degree in Middle Childhood Education at Wright State University. She grew up in the suburbs of Dayton, attended St. Luke Parish where she received all her sacraments. Dayton has always been home to her and she never wanted to leave. She has been happily married for 8 years and has three children of her own. She loves to praise God with her voice, pray through her writing and explore the marvelous wonders of this world, given to us by God. She enjoys watching movies and listening to K-Love on the radio.
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Ms. Mollie Mallin
Fourth & Fifth Grade
I teach math, science, and religion in Grades 4 and 5. This is my thirteenth year at Immaculate Conception. Having grown up in Catholic schools as a student, I feel incredibly blessed to be able to continue in Catholic education as a teacher, especially at a school as Christ-centered as Immaculate Conception. Currently, I am working on wrapping up a master’s degree in teacher education at the University of Dayton with a concentration in technology-enhanced learning and STEM education.
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Mrs. Stephanie Snurr
Junior High Teacher
Hello! I have been a Catholic school teacher for eighteen years. This is my first year teaching at Immaculate Conception, and I am loving it! The students, staff, and faculty have been so warm and welcoming, and I am starting to feel at home here. I have a sixth grade homeroom and teach sixth, seventh, and eighth grade math and English. Math is my favorite subject and one that I have taught for all of my eighteen years of teaching. When I am not teaching, I enjoy reading and have been an avid runner for years. My own children at home also keep me busy. Cameron is almost sixteen and Callie is twelve. Cameron is a baseball and football player, and Callie is a soccer player. They are not only great athletes but exceptional students, also. My supportive husband, Darren, is an insurance agent. I feel blessed everyday to be here at Immaculate Conception School and and thank God everyday for this opportunity.
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Ms. Mary Cordonnier
Junior High Teacher
Though I was not raised in Dayton I have had the opportunity to live here for over 20 years and I am a graduate of Wright State University, go Raiders!
It has been my pleasure to pair with the parents of our students in the education of the student over the years. Looking forward to seeing everyone over the school year.
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Mrs. Sandy Beall
I was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan and moved to Dayton with my parents when I was in the 8th grade. We joined Immaculate Conception parish within weeks of arriving in Belmont. I have been a parish member for over 45 years. I attended Carroll High School and received a BFA from the University of Dayton.
After graduating from college, I spent many years working in management and in retail sales for Elder Beerman Stores but my dream to teach elementary school Art never left me. While two of my children were still attending Immaculate Conception, I approached the principal and suggested that the school needed an Art Teacher. I was thrilled when she agreed and the next year, I began teaching part-time Art. Throughout the more than 16 years that I have been at ICS, I have taught Art along with Religion, Social Studies and Physical Education. As a teacher, Art has always been my favorite subject.
I am married to a retired Dayton Police officer and I have three grown children (all in the military) and two dear grandchildren. In my spare time I love to walk, watch movies and spend time with my family.
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Mrs. Christina Pultz-Miller
Music and Physical Education
Mrs. Pultz-Miller has loved her experience teaching in Catholic Schools for the past three years! She grew up in Gahanna near Columbus, Ohio. Christina is a graduate of The Ohio State University were she earned her Bachelor's of Music Education in 2014. She began her teaching career at Blessed Sacrament School in Newark, Ohio and has also taught instrumental, voice, and piano lessons privately. In the summer of 2016, Christina moved to the Dayton area and was thrilled to begin her work at Immaculate Conception School. Here she has enjoyed teaching Music and Physical Education as well as coaching Girls on the Run and the Immaculate Conception School Choir.
She currently lives in Miamisburg with her husband, Will, and baby daughter, Donna. In her spare time, Christina loves camping, hiking, cooking, and spending time with her family rooting for the Buckeyes!
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Mrs. Nikki Martin
Mrs. Martin attended Immaculate Conception School until 5th grade when her family moved She and her husband have three children who have all attended Immaculate Conception. Mrs. Martin volunteered for many years at Immaculate Conception and served as the PTO President until she began working at the school in 2013.
In her free time, she loves to craft, crochet, binge on Netflix and spend time with her family.
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Mrs. Jane Walling
Welcome to Immaculate Conception School. I am the Administrative Assistant for the school. I have worked at Immaculate Conception School for over 20 years and would be happy to assist you in any way possible for enrollment in our school.
My husband, both children and myself all attended Immaculate Conception School.
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