Christina Callahan teaches 3 day AM and PM 4 year-old classes and a 2 day AM 3 year-old class at St. Stephen’s School. She has earned her Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education, with a concentration in Early Childhood, from Shippensburg University as well as her Master's in Classroom Technology from Wilkes University. Having taught in upper elementary classrooms in both East Penn and Quakertown school districts, the opportunity to work with younger learners is what interested her in joining the St. Stephen’s staff in 2013. Ms. Callahan lives in Bethlehem, PA, with her family as well as their pet dog and rabbit. In her spare time, she enjoys painting, crafts and reading. One of her greatest joys of teaching is being able to watch her students learn new things and grow their curiosity each day.
Jamie Conrad teaches the Half-Day Transitional Pre-K class at St. Stephen’s School. She graduated from William Allen High School and then became a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist after receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation Therapy from Lock Haven University. Mrs. Conrad worked one-on-one with autistic children as a Therapeutic Staff Support. She went on to earn her teaching certification from Kutztown University. Mrs. Conrad started her teaching career in 2003 at Saucon Valley Elementary School where she taught second and third grades. Mrs. Conrad is very excited to be teaching the Transitional Pre-K class. Mrs. Conrad is married to her husband John for 14 years. They have four children. She has two daughters who graduated from St. Stephen’s and she also has boy/girl twins who attend St. Stephen’s School. Mrs. Conrad loves spending time with her family. Her hobbies include photography, painting, reading and crocheting.
Marne Dietrick is St. Stephen's Kindergarten teacher. After graduating from West Hempstead High School in her native Long Island, New York, she received her Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education at Buffalo State College. She is currently working on her master’s degree in Early Childhood Education through Wilkes University. For four years, Mrs. Dietrick worked as a full-day Kindergarten teacher in Alexandria City public school in Alexandria, Virginia. She now resides in the Lehigh Valley with her husband, John, and her two daughters, Chelsea and Paige. She enjoys spending her spare time either reading or being with her family.
Terri Kramer teaches 4 Day AM and PM 4 year-old classes at St. Stephen's School. She graduated from Welch High School in her native West Virginia and then attended Lehigh Carbon Community College where she earned her associate's degree in Early Childhood Education. Mrs. Kramer began working at St. Stephen's in 2000 in the Extended Care program and was a teacher assistant before becoming a classroom teacher. She and her late husband, Michael, have four children: three girls and one boy. She also has pets: three cats and a dog. Some of Mrs. Kramer's hobbies include reading, photography and crafts.
Bethany McCall teaches a 3 Day AM 4 year-old class and a 2 day AM 3 year-old class. She is currently attending Northampton Community College to obtain her Associates degree in Early Childhood Education. She has 3 wonderful children, Alyssa, Jacob, and Addison, and a loving husband, Joe. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, running, crocheting, and watching her kids play all of the many sports in which they are involved. She attends Whitehall Bible Fellowship Church and enjoys volunteering in the various youth ministries her church offers
Meghan McClellan teaches a 3 Day AM 3 year-old class as well as being the lead Extended Care teacher at St. Stephens. She is a local graduate of Parkland High School in 2007 and a 2011 graduate of Shippensburg University with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a minor in reading. While attending Shippensburg, Mrs. McClellan was a four year scholar athlete in swimming. After graduation, she substituted in the Parkland School District while working a human resources position at a local retailer. She currently resides in Allentown with her husband, Sean. In her free time, Mrs. McClellan loves to play sports and go to the beach. She is also huge Penn State fan and frequently attends football games.
Martina Schannauer teaches a 4 Day AM 4 year-old class as well as Kindergarten physical education at St. Stephen’s School. After graduating from Catasaqua High School, she earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology and Elementary Education from Wilkes University. Mrs. Schannaeur joined the St. Stephen’s team in 2005, but, before that, she was an instructional aide at Scheckler Elementary School in Catasaqua and a Title I teacher at Shafer Elementary School in Nazareth. She is married to her husband, Steve, and together they have two daughters. Mrs. Schannaeur is a field hockey coach and also a member of St. John the Baptist Church in Whitehall. In her spare time, she enjoys walking her two dogs and playing games with her daughters.
Mary Waterhouse teaches the full day Transitional Pre-K class at St. Stephen’s School. Born in Buffalo, New York, she attended Sweet Home High School in Amherst, New York and received her associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Mohawk Valley College in Utica, New York. Mrs. Waterhouse has been teaching at St. Stephen’s since 1996 and was a driving force behind the creation of the summer camp program which began in 2011. Mrs. Waterhouse and her family have lived in Egypt for over twenty years. Her family members include her husband of over thirty-five years, Jeff, her two grown sons, Graham and Garrett, and her grandchildren. Outside of school, some of her hobbies include reading, aqua aerobics and traveling.