Mrs. Draper graduated from La Salle University in 2008 with a B.A. She was a Secondary Education/Math double major (and Psychology minor). In 2017 she graduated from the University of New Hampshire with my M.S.T. in Mathematics.
She has been a teacher at Paul VI for 12 years. During her tenure, she has coordinated play ticket sales and has been a Freshman Level Coordinator since the 2011.
Mrs. Draper is one of the Teacher Leaders on the Diocesan Math Curriculum Core Team when the Math Curriculum was revamped from 2012-2014.
Mr. Yeager began teaching at PVI in September 1979 – it was to be a “temporary” position before entering graduate school with his sights set on teaching college literature and writing. He is now in his 41st year of “temporary” employment teaching literature and writing to students who have helped him to realize that this has always been his destiny and not just a “stepping stone”.
A short list of endeavors and accomplishments include:
Architect of the World Literature curriculum; the Film Appreciation elective; the very first Drama elective; a Communications course; and Prose Writing class
Taught Freshman English, Sophomore Honors American Literature, Senior World Literature, a Prose Writing, Drama, and Film Appreciation elective
Director of nine school musicals
Coordinator of the senior level for 10 years
Chairperson of the English department for 11 years
Interim-Coach Varsity softball for one year
Co-moderator of the bowling club for at least 20 years
NHS Committee Member since its onset
Diocese of Camden Distinguished Teacher Award recipient, and nominated for Walt Disney World-Best American Teachers award, both in 1996,
Moderator of: Film Club, Origami Club, and, the renowned, Dungeons and Dragons Club