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Sep
9

Feehan Announces New Faculty to Join Staff

Front Row: John Schappler, Kerry Payson, Esther Marion, Madlyn Sweet ‘15, Robert Harris ‘13, Jenna Dailey ‘09<br />
Back row: Principal Sean Kane, James Rusconi, Megan Johnson ‘12, Moira Cook, Lindsey Lindsay, Ingrid Marte, Bryan Pinabell, Brian Hickey, President Tim Sullivan ‘87
Front Row: John Schappler, Kerry Payson, Esther Marion, Madlyn Sweet ‘15, Robert Harris ‘13, Jenna Dailey ‘09
Back row: Principal Sean Kane, James Rusconi, Megan Johnson ‘12, Moira Cook, Lindsey Lindsay, Ingrid Marte, Bryan Pinabell, Brian Hickey, President Tim Sullivan ‘87

ATTLEBORO, MA – Bishop Feehan High School is proud to announce the 13 new faculty members who have joined the staff on Holcott Drive.

"We couldn't be happier to have these exceptionally talented faculty join the Feehan Family," said Feehan President Tim Sullivan ‘87.  "We had several Feehan legends retire last fall, and we added a new full-time Campus Ministry position, so this was an important year for us hiring-wise.  Thankfully, we had a host of talented and experienced Catholic educators applying to join our terrific staff here at Feehan.  Of course, we are also thrilled to welcome four Feehan alumni back to campus."

Join us in welcoming this year’s new faculty:

Moira Cook comes to us from Holy Name High School in Worcester where she most recently served as the Campus Ministry Director.  Ms. Cook will teach in our theology department and also join our newly-formed Campus Ministry leadership team.

Jenna Dailey ‘09 most recently taught biology and coached the freshman girls basketball team at East Bridgewater Jr./Sr. High School. Ms. Dailey was recently inducted into Bishop Feehan's Athletic Hall of Fame for her legendary Shamrock soccer and basketball careers. As a student-athlete at Providence College, Jenna played four years of soccer and one year of basketball at the  Division I level.  Ms. Dailey will also join our girls basketball program as an assistant coach. 

Robert Harris ‘13 was an essential long-term sub in the math department last year (serving virtually the entire year on staff) and will now join the department full-time.  

Brian Hickey is Bishop Feehan's new theatre director and teacher. Mr. Hickey was the Dean of Arts at Beacon Charter School for the Arts, Woonsocket, and most recently the artistic director for the Backstage Repertory Company, Bellingham.  Before that, Mr. Hickey had  a long run as the Theatre Director at Holliston High School. 

Megan Johnson ‘12 most recently taught English at Bishop Connolly High School and joins our staff in the same role. 

Lindsey Lindsay joins our Spanish faculty after starting her career  at North Attleboro High School.  

Esther Marion, PhD. most recently taught Spanish and Italian for four years at Bishop Hendricken High School and now joins our Languages department with a focus on Spanish.

Ingrid Marte joins our Languages department after most recently teaching Spanish to grades Pre-K through 8th at St. Rose of Lima School, Warwick, RI.

Kerry Payson is the newest full-time member of our Theology Department She comes to us after four years at Coyle and Cassidy High School, where she served as the Director of Campus Ministry. She also serves as Director of Youth Ministry at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Sharon.  

Bryan Pinabell joins us as a full-time social studies teacher and head football coach. Previously, Coach Pinabell was the chair of the social studies department and head football coach at Malden Catholic High School. Bryan brings 26 years of coaching and experience in Catholic high schools in Massachusetts, Georgia and Florida and will also be joining our baseball coaching staff as an assistant. 

James Rusconi made the move to Feehan after a 40 year career at Coyle and Cassidy High School in Taunton. He will be a member of our science department.  

John Schappler is our newest math teacher at Feehan after coming over from St. Mary's School in Worcester, where he served as a math department chair. 

Madelyn Sweet ‘15 is our newest Visual Arts teacher and comes to us with a deep appreciation and enthusiasm for Feehan's Visual Arts legacy.  Ms. Sweet is a Feehan graduate and more recently a graduate from Mass College of Art and Design in Boston.

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