6A - Mrs.Staub

Meet Mrs. Staub

Welcome to 6A! I am pleased to be your child's teacher this year. I grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and attended California University of PA, where I earned my Bachelor's degree in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. I began my teaching career, across the river at Our Lady of the Angels Catholic School ], where I taught 6th grade math. I have been a part of the St. Joseph faculty for the past 14 years where I have taught 5th and 6th grade religion, language arts, and math. My husband Tim and I have 8 beautiful children! In my spare time, I enjoy cheering on my Steelers, watching my children on the soccer field, baking, and reading.

I believe that as a Catholic School teacher it is my mission to assist you in helping your child attain Heaven. Together we are working to build disciples who will carry on the work of Christ. Teaching is a calling and it is the job of the teacher (parents I am including you in this too!) to call each of their students to personal, as well as academic excellence.

This website will provide you with a glimpse into your child's day and keep you abreast of what is going on in the classroom. It is a vehicle for communication between home and school. I can be reached at school by phone (717.755.1797), by sending a note in with your child, or by email staub@sjy.org . I check e-mail regularly and will respond to you as soon as I am able. Please do not hesitate to contact me. If you need to speak with me in person or by phone, I am available before school (7:30-8:00) , after school (3:00-3:30) or by appointment.

I look forward to working with each one of you and sharing this journey with each one of your children.


August 23rd - First Day of School

August 24th - Back to School Picnic from 5-7pm

September 2-5 - No School (Labor Day Weekend)

September 21st - No School (Teacher In-Service)


Students are responsible to keeping their planners up to date with the homework each day. The homework is posted in classroom for their reference. Thank you for helping your student take on this responsibility.