Instructional Team & Staff
St. Bart's diverse faculty and staff have earned multiple advanced degrees and numerous awards. They regularly pursue professional development opportunities which bring fresh perspectives and new information to their classrooms. Our educators see their work as a vocation, not a job.
Steve Bartl has taught at St. Bartholomew School for thirty-one years. Before his arrival at St. Bart’s, he taught Instrumental Music at various schools in the Archdiocese of Washington for four years. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York at Brockport and is a certified teacher in Maryland. He teaches Math for Grades 5-8. He received the Golden Apple Award from the Archdiocese of Washington in 2010 and he was named teacher of the year for Montgomery County in 2009. E-mail Mr. Bartl
Barbara Dineen Brown started with St. Bartholomew School in 2006. She graduated with a Master’s in Special Education from The George Washington University 2002 and holds her teacher certification in Maryland. Working in the Resource Center, Mrs. Brown supports students from Kindergarten through 8th grade. E-mail Ms. Brown
Julia Constable-Allen has taught at St. Bart's since 2002. She has her Bacherlor of Arts in Psychology from Brown University and her Masters in Social Work from Catholic University. She has recently completed the teaching certification program at Notre Dame of Maryland University. E-mail Ms. Constable-Allen
Christine Davison has been teaching at St. Bartholomew School for 14 years. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education from Marymount University. She is the St. Bartholomew School librarian and the Assistant Principal. E-mail Mrs. Davison
Neda Ghassabeh joined the St. Bart's team in 2017 as the Director of Admissions and Development. As a St. Bart's graduate, she is grateful for the opportunity to blend her love for business and education on our campus. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Villanova University with her Masters degree in Teaching Early Childhood Education from American University. She has received teaching certifications in both Maryland and Washington DC. E-mail Mrs. G.
JoAnne Hall has been teaching at St. Bartholomew School for seventeen years. Prior to this she taught at St. John Baptist de la School for nine years. She has her bachelor’s degree in Informational Technology from the University of Phoenix and an associate degree in Child Development from Brigham Young University of Idaho. She has a teaching certificate from the District of Columbia. E-mail Mrs. Hall
Patricia Hellmuth is currently in her eighth year as a Pre-K teacher at St. Bartholomew School. Before her arrival at St. Bart’s she taught at Patricia Gavin Middle School in Boston, MA, St. John the Evangelist School in Silver Spring, MD, and was a Tutor and Director at Sylvan Learning Center in Bethesda, MD. In previous years, she combined her love of teaching with her experience in television to develop educational videos for Discovery Channel. She received her Masters of Education in Early Childhood in 2010 which certifies her to teach Pre-K through third grade. She is certified in Maryland as a highly qualified teacher and received the Teacher of the Year Award in 2015. E-mail Mrs. Hellmuth
Christopher Hughes is in his third year of teaching at Saint Bartholomew School. He has taught elementary school overseas and in the Capital Area for five years. He has his Bachelor’s Degree in History from the University of Colorado and his Master’s in Teaching from the University of Virginia. He is teaching 6th-8th grade social studies and reading. He is a certified teacher. E-mail Mr. Hughes
Susan Kirkbride has taught at St. Bartholomew for eighteen years. Before coming to St. Bart’s, she taught at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in New Orleans, LA for three years and at Conchita Espinosa Academy in Miami, FL for four years. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Connecticut and is a certified teacher in Maryland. She teaches science to 5th-8th graders and pre-algebra and algebra to 7th and 8th graders. She received the Golden Apple Award from the Archdiocese of Washington in 2011. E-mail Mrs. Kirkbride
Kerry Parker has taught at St. Bart’s for six years and at other Christian Schools in Maryland since 2001. She received her Bachelor’s in English and History from Fordham University. She is Hearts Aflame Certified and is Maryland certified. She is currently teaching third grade. E-mail Mrs Parker
Germania Rebaudengo is currently in her tenth year as a full time teacher at St. Bartholomew School. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and the Heart’s Aflame Certification for Religious Education. She is also a certified teacher in the State of Maryland. Mrs. Rebaudengo teaches 2nd through 4th grade math and 6th through 8th grade Religion. Additionally, she is the 8th grade homeroom teacher. E-mail Mrs. Rebaudengo