Hello! My name is Steph Beilman and it is my honor and privilege to teach at St. Thomas the Apostle School. My background is diverse, holding several different types of educational positions throughout my career. I have worked mostly for non-profit organizations, including being the Director of Health and Wellness at the YMCA and the Director of Community Engagement at a senior living community. Prior to working at St. Thomas the Apostle School, I served as a teacher for the Children’s Psychiatric Unit at Baystate Hospital. In this position, I taught history, science, math, and ELA to children with mental health needs.
I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Science (Public Health) from the University of Massachusetts and a Master’s Degree in Public Health with a concentration in Education from the University of Tennessee.
I have always believed that the most important thing I can do with my life is to help and serve others. I strive to be a role model to my students, and will meet them every morning with a smile. I will always put my students’ learning, growth, safety, and holistic wellness first! St. Thomas the Apostle School is beautiful community and holds a very special place in my heart. I am thankful to every parent for trusting me with their child and I will continually strive to help them reach their fullest potential.