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Mr. Constantino holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and a minor degree in Political Science from Assumption College. He has done course work in secondary education at Assumption College and Master’s work in Systematic Theology at the Maryknoll School of Theology. His pastoral ministry work with the Catholic Foreign Pastoral Ministry was in Philippines, Korea and Taiwan 1985 while he was a seminarian with The Catholic Foreign Missionary Society of America.
Mr. Constantino was employed by the Massachusetts Department of Correction from 1986 -2016 as a Correctional Counselor, Case Worker and Program Officer. During those years, he worked at multiple correctional facilities with a myriad of duties.
He was the Football coach at Clinton High School 1988 -2017 including the Head Coach from 2007 – 2017. He was the Boys Basketball Coach at West Boylston High School 1986 -2012 including the Head Coach 1989 -2012. He is currently on the St. Bernard’s Girls Basketball coaching staff and football staff. He also serves as the faculty liaison for the Athletic Department.
He was the Recipient of the MIAA Sherman A. Kinney Award in 2015, in recognition of a career of Outstanding Contribution to High School Basketball in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Mrs. Raymond is in her forty sixth year in education. For the last thirty years, she has been teaching Religion and Art at St. Bernard’s. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Emanuel College in Art with minors in education and theology. She earned a Master in Arts from LaSalle University in Philadelphia in Religious Studies and a CAGS – Fitchburg State University in school leadership. She is also a Member of the Shrewsbury Artists Guild.
Ms. Reidy joined St. Bernard’s as an English teacher in Fall 2016. With experience in journalism and a passion for photography, Ms. Reidy also took on the role of Yearbook coordinator and advisor. She chose to teach at St. Bernard’s because of her own education in the Catholic school environment at Our Lady of the Angels in Worcester and St. Peter Marian High School. After high school, Ms. Reidy proceeded to continue her academics at Anna Maria College, where she majored in English and concentrated in Secondary Education.
Having learned in Catholic schools all of her life, Ms. Reidy wanted to teach in a climate that not only centered on Christ, but also in an environment that focused on the importance of preparing students for college. During her time as an undergrad and postgraduate employee at Anna Maria College, Ms. Reidy worked as a professional tutor of writing and English. Not only did she work with students of all different ethnic, cultural, and educational backgrounds, but Ms. Reidy also coached undergraduates and graduates in MTEL preparation as well.
Ms. Reidy became interested in educating at St. Bernard’s not only because of her familiarity with the Catholic school system, but also because she believes it’s crucial for students of all backgrounds to be able to read, interpret, and analyze literature through a religious and cultural perspective. In addition to being able to educate students on the skills they’ll need for college, Ms. Reidy enjoys educating at St. Bernard’s because of the emphasis on faith and virtues, as well as being able to continue to learn in a Catholic academic environment on a daily basis.
Mrs. Boudreau graduated from Holy Family High School in Fitchburg, an all-girls school run by the Sisters of the Presentation who also ran St. Bernard’s at that time. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Stonehill College and then started teaching at Holy Family. She worked with the teachers she had as a student. What a unique experience! She then studied theology for the next three years until coming to St. Bernard’s for the first time from 1977-1980. She worked in the Humanities Department, which was a combination of English, religion, and history in a team teaching approach. She then taught at Northwest Catholic in West Hartford in the Theology department. Returning back to Leominster, she worked for the army at Fort Devens. In 1986 a Religion position opened up a St. Bernard’s and she returned to the place that has been her home ever since. She attended Fitchburg State College and earned her Master of Arts in Teaching.
Miss Laughlin is an English and Film Studies Instructor at St. Bernard’s. She has been teaching high school since 2009 in both public and private settings. She holds a degree in Literature and Humanities, and her educational background includes historical and political philosophy, classics, psychology, religions, languages, and art.
Raul Laborde was born in Cuba and grew up in Worcester. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
He worked as an electrical engineer for five years at AT&T Bell Telephone Laboratories in North Andover. He taught math and computer science at Saint John’s High School in Shrewsbury for 31 years. He also has coached Cross Country and Indoor Track, was a Model United Nations moderator, and was the school photographer for many years. He currently lives in Oakham.
Mr. O’Leary is teaching AP Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Algebra 2/Trigonometry, Geometry/Trigonometry, and Advanced Algebra II Honors.
Mr. Arthur O’Leary holds the following degrees:
- Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with Distinction WPI
- Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Northeastern University
- Masters of Business Administration with Distinction, Bentley College
- Post Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure Program, Framingham State University
Señora James has been teaching Spanish at St. Bernard’s High School since 2010. She earned a Bachelor Degree in Spanish from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. As a Peruvian native and teaching Spanish enables her to draw upon her own culture and personal experience. She teaches her students to effectively communicate appreciate Spanish. Her personal style of teaching brings enthusiasm, cultural elements and technology into the classroom.
Mrs. Anderson holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Latin and in Ancient History from Mount Holyoke College. She had previously taught Latin at St. Bernard’s CCHS from 2010 – 2015.
She was the two time recipient the National Honor Society, Excellence in Character Award, 2011 and 2013. She was Teacher of the Year and Graduation Commencement Speaker in 2014.
Mrs. Anderson is teaching Latin I, II, III, IV.
Mr. Reccos is a former engineer who worked for many years in the computer industry, initially with Digital Equipment Corporation, and later with Intel Corporation. Currently in his fifth year as a faculty member at St. Bernard’s. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and has taught physics and chemistry classes in both the public and parochial school systems for nearly ten years.
Mr. Adams is currently in his second year at St. Bernard’s, coming to us with 43 years of experience in the public sector where he was a middle school science teacher. He is enjoying teaching Biology, Anatomy, and Health to a wide span of students, and is refreshed by both their enthusiasm for and their dedication to learning. Outside of school, Carl is an avid gardener and fisherman who loves to regale people with his extensive knowledge of the natural world around us. In the past Carl spent many years as a sports official and coach, and still likes to blow the whistle at a faculty student basketball game. Mr. Adams looks forward to spending the remainder of his career challenging and guiding young people.
Mr. Sousa earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Assumption College and a Master’s Degree in Political Science from Boston College. He has over thirteen years teaching in Catholic education.
Mr. Dee holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History with a Minor in Theology from Assumption College and working on his Masters in Education from American International College.
Mr. Dee is teaching Modern U.S. Government, United States History, World History and Economics.