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REVEREND ANTHONY J. MANUPPELLA, V. F., KHS - PASTOR

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Father Anthony J. Manuppella has had the desire to be a Priest from his earliest memories.

He attended St. Aloysius Roman Catholic School, Cathedral Prep High School, Cathedral College Seminary of the Immaculate Conception and completed his theological studies at St. Charles Seminary in Overbrook, Pennsylvania where he was awarded a Master of Theology Degree. He was ordained a Priest for the Diocese of Camden by the Most Reverend George Guilfoyle on May 20, 1976 in his Parish Church of St. Aloysius in Ridgewood, New York.

Father has served as an Associate Pastor at Christ the King in Haddonfield, St. Lawrence in Lindenwold, St. Peter in Merchantville, Sacred Heart in Vineland and Mary Mother of the Church in Bellmawr. He was appointed Pastor of St. Mary Magdalen in Millville in 1992 and Pastor of St. Peter Church in the year 2000.

Father has given numerous retreats at the Sacred Heart Retreat House of the Carmelite Sisters of the Sacred Heart in Alhambra, California as well as numerous conferences. Father Manuppella has preached during 40 Hours Devotion in many Parishes in the New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania area.

Father is a member of the Diocesan College of Consultors and the Presbyteral Council. He is also Vicar Forane of Camden West of the Diocese of Camden.


Sister Rosa Maria – Principal

Sister Rosa Maria holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in education and a Master's degree in school administration, where she graduated "Summa Cum Laude". Sister is a certified teacher with most of her experience in elementary and middle school education. Prior to St. Peter's, Sister Rosa Maria had six years of experience as an elementary school principal and two years experience as a middle school principal.

Sister Rosa Maria is a member of the Pontifical Congregation of the Missionary Daughters of the Most Pure Virgin Mary, which is a religious community of teaching Sisters. The Missionary Daughters of the Most Pure Virgin Mary is a Mexican congregation founded by Venerable Mother Julia Navarrete and Father Albert Mir, a Jesuit, in 1897 in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

"What I want for your children is their happiness, peace, and safety, and their academic and spiritual growth. I want all our students to experience a wonderful, enriching, and holy Catholic school experience! With the help of God's grace, this is what I as principal of St. Peter School will strive for and pray for, for you and for your children."

Sister Rosa Maria, MDPVM

Kathryn O'Callaghan - Advancement Director

Kathy has a BS in Business Administration from the College of New Jersey and a Master of Public Adminitration from Rutgers, the State University, Camden. As life-long parisioner, Kathy has served as a lector for over 15 years and more recently serves as an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist. She is also an alumnae of St. Peters as well as a current parent. In her previous employment, Kathy prepared grant applications for municipal and nonprofit clients and was in charge of the marketing efforts of the firm, including website content, newsletters and e-mail blasts.


Mrs. Cathy Viola - Pre-K Teacher


Miss Alyssa Tumolo - Pre-K Teacher

Miss Tumolo has a BS from Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA and is pursuing a M. Ed. from Penn State University. Miss Tumolo has taught 3rd grade for two years and is very excited to teach another year of Pre-K at St. Peter School!


Miss Dana Harris - Pre-K Teacher

Miss Harris is excited to be starting her first year at St. Peter School. Miss Harris received her teaching certification from Rowan University. She holds a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education as well as a Bachelors Degree in Writing Arts. This is Miss Harris's fourth year teaching Pre-Kindergarten and could not be happier to join the St. Peter family. She thanks all of the parents, children and faculty for the warm welcome. She is looking forward to a wonderful school year.


Mrs. Linda Lammers - Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. Lammers has a BA from Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA. Mrs. Lammers has been teaching at St. Peter School for 11 years and has 19 years overall teaching experience with Nursery, Kindergarten and 2nd grade.


Mrs. Eileen Conville - Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. Conville is happy to be teaching kindergarten for the second year at St. Peter School. Mrs. Conville received her teaching certificate through a program at Fairleigh Dickinson University. She holds a BS from Trenton State College (The College of New Jersey) and a Master of Arts Degree in Education from Seton Hall University. Mrs. Conville is thrilled with the warm welcome she has received from the St. Peter School community and is looking forward to another great year in kindergarten!


Mr. Edward Anthony - First Grade Teacher


Mrs. Marie Enny – First Grade Teacher

Mrs. Enny has a BA from St. Francis College, New York and a MS Ed. From Fordham University. Mrs. Enny has been teaching at St. Peter School for 13 years and has 23 years overall teaching experience in Pre K, Kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade.


Mrs. Monica DiBease - Second Grade Teacher

Mrs. DiBease is excited to join St. Peter School this year. She has a BS in Elementary Education from Trenton State College (The College of New Jersey). She is an alumnae of St. Peter School. This is her 9th year of teaching 1st and 2nd grade.


Mrs. Mary Notos – Third Grade Teacher

Mrs. Notos has a BA from Glassboro State College (Rowan University). Mrs. Notos has taught at St. Peter School for 20 years and has 26 years of overall teaching experience in Nursery and Kindergarten as well as grades 1-8.


Mrs. Suzanne Masso – Fourth Grade Teacher

Mrs. Masso has a BS (E.Ch.Ed.) from University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Mrs. Masso has been teaching at St. Peter School for 30 years and has 33 years of overall teaching experience in Basic Skills, Kindergarten, 1st grade & 2nd grade.


Miss Scavuzzo - Fifth Grade Teacher


Mrs. Wendy Tell - Sixth Grade Teacher

Mrs. Tell has a BS in Management from Rutgers University, an A.A. in Sign Language Studies from Madonna University (MI) and a Masters in Education from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She has experience teaching 5th, 6th and 7th grades. Mrs. Tell teaches writing and grammar to grades 5-8. She enjoys working and collaborating with the upper grade teachers and looks forward to another exciting year at St. Peter School.


Miss Mary Campanell – Seventh Grade Teacher

Miss Campanell has a BS from University of Oklahoma. Miss Campanell has been at St. Peter School for 13 years teaching in 2nd grade, 5th grade, 6th grade and 7th grade.


Mrs. Kathleen Newman - Eighth Grade Teacher

Mrs. Newman has a BA from Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Mrs. Newman has taught her entire 10 year career at St. Peter School in the 6th grade, 7th grade and 8th grade.


Mrs. Christine Leonard - Teacher

Mrs. Leonard has a BS (Engineering) from Marquette University. Mrs. Leonard has taught her entire 17 year career at St. Peter School teaching Computers, 7th and 8th Grade Math and Accelerated Math.


Mrs. Eiris McCoy – Teacher

Mrs. McCoy has a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design. Mrs. McCoy has spent her entire 10 year career teaching Art at St. Peter School.


Mr. Adam Wallace - Music Teacher/Choir Director

Mr. Wallace looks forward to his second year as music teacher and choir director at St. Peter School. Mr. Wallace is a graduate of Rowan University where he received a BA in education and a BA in math/science. Before teaching at St. Peter School, Mr. Wallace was part of Camden Catholic High School's music department for six years. He continues to teach there part-time. Besides being an educator, Mr. Wallace is a professional guitar and bass player, session musician, and owns and operates a home recording studio. Mr. Wallace feels blessed to be able to share his passion for music with others.