The faculty of HTS consists of a dedicated group of educators who are committed to teaching and learning in the Catholic tradition. Our teachers are professionally certified and participate in regular and ongoing professional development. Our staff actively embraces the value of life-long learning.
Recognizing the unique gifts in each child, our faculty strives to instill the faith component into students’ lives while challenging them to reach their academic, social, and physical potential. The faculty and administration are supported by a generous and talented staff that works collaboratively on behalf of our learning community.
Michelle Rogers-Goss (Pre-K):
Bonnie Perry (K): is a graduate of Plymouth State University. She is certified in Elementary Education K-8 with a specialty in Early Childhood Education. Mrs. Perry uses her Early Childhood teaching experience to make an environment that is fun, safe, creative, respectful, educational and spiritual for all her students.
Richard Conrod (Grades 2 & 3) earned a BS Degree in Childhood Education at Plymouth State University in 2009. He holds a New Hampshire teacher certification K-8. He worked in Farmington for three years, with middle school, special education population, as well as being a long term grade six lead teacher. He also taught fourth grade at Holderness Central School before joining Holy Trinity School in the Fall of 2015.
Barbara McGrath (Grades 4 & 5) formerly taught first grade at HTS. She has been teaching at Holy Trinity Catholic School for 17 years. Mrs. McGrath graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education for grades K-8 in 1995 from Notre Dame College in Manchester NH.
Maria Vertetis (Grade 6 Religion and Grades 6, 7 & 8 Science/Robotics) received a BS from Russell Sage College. She went on to receive her MAT from the University of New Hampshire. This is her 3rd year at Holy Trinity School.
Brent Anderson (Jr. High History, Literature, & Language Arts)
Rodney Martinez (Algebra I, Geometry, & Computer Science):
Kate Criscone (Art) brings art alive to our students at HTS each week. She graduated from Lewis & Clark College in Portland Oregon in art. While living out west, she also took art classes at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. She has moved back to Gilford with her husband to raise her young family. Mrs. Criscone also enjoys painting murals and photography. Art is not extra, it’s integral!
Benjamin O’Brien (Music)
Kristin Doucette (Physical Education) graduated from Plymouth State University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in physical education. She currently works as a physical education teacher at 4 different schools.
Janet Caouette (Title One)