“We cannot hold a torch
to light another's path without brightening our own.”
Miss Dyer is the first face you will see when you come in our doors, she is the heart and soul of the school, she knows every child, every parent, every family. She is an amazing resource and a friend to all.
"I stay very busy by taking care of my 2 kids at home, watching football, and teaching 6th grade. I absolutely love doing all three!"
Hello CAP! My name is Miss Thayer and I am thrilled to be a new part of this community.I was born and raised in Baldwinsville, NY. As I grew up I was an active member in my parish where I was an altar server and later taught Faith Formation. I am so excited to begin this new journey and am looking forward to an incredible year working with the students, families, and staff at CAP!
I am so fortunate to be working with a wonderful third grade class. They make me smile every day. CAP has been my home for a very long time and I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked with such a diverse group of students and families.
Mrs. Betz is our second grade teacher. She has been at CAP for 23 years and loves the small, close knit community between the families and staff.
KINDERGARTEN / FIRST GRADE
My name is Vincent Dalfo, I graduated from LeMoyne College this year and I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I am an OLP Parishioner and am excited to work with the kids this year!
I am the art teacher at the Cathedral Academy of Pompeii. I am also an illustrator and graphic designer with extensive experience in traditional and digital illustration and graphic design. I was inspired at an early age to pursue a career in the arts. This was in a large part due to my art teachers growing up. I am so glad to have the opportunity to inspire a new generation of students
and let them explore their creative
sides through art.
Love, love, love introducing kids to all things tech! From the ins and outs of computers, to typing, to robotics, to engineering we love a good tech challenge!
Eden Skowronski studied music and the performing arts at Princeton University and Florida International University. She has been teaching since 1998 and is thrilled to be working at CAP with so many talented and creative students!
Mrs. Conover’s favorite books are Westlandia, The Narnia series, and A Thousand Splendid Suns.
I am passionate about helping the next generation reach their potential in and out of the gym by believing in themselves!
TITLE 1 ELA
For years, I have worked with students in pre-K through grade 6 in public and parochial schools. I also had the opportunity for several years to work as an education consultant/CEO with teachers in over 43 states and share information of how the brain learns best. Character education is a passion of mine and I have authored two books on the topic. Currently, my position as Title I ELA teacher at CAP is providing further experiences that that are exciting and rewarding.
TITLE 1 MATH
Teaching was always my dream and a dream that was fulfilled. I have enjoyed 45 years of education within the Syracuse Diocese as a teacher, principal and assistant superintendent. I am continuing this dream as the Title I Math teacher here at CAP.
Mary McAndrew has been involved in public and parochial education for the past thirty years. She and her husband have raised their four children on Syracuse's northside where they attended Our Lady of Pompei School. She loves her work with CAP students helping them improve their reading and math skills!
Provides Counseling, Consultation, Drug Prevention & Life Skills Education.