Seven New Faculty Members Welcomed to Carrollton and Banks
Jesuit welcomes seven new faculty members for the 2016 – 2017 school year. Each faculty member brings a wealth of experience to teach and advise Blue Jays this year.
Among the new faces are two members from the class of 2012 — Jason Britsch and Jordan Holmer — who are joining the faculty as members of the Alumni Service Corps (ASC). In addition to teaching, each will tutor students, assist with co-curricular activities and events, participate in retreats and service days, and work in various sectors of the school. Beginning its fourth year at Jesuit, the ASC is founded on the four components of service, community, simplicity, and spirituality, and directed by Michael Prados ’83.
New faculty members participated in an orientation session in August and will continue to meet monthly throughout the school year. In addition, new faculty members meet with veteran teachers, who serve as their mentors.
Meet the New Faculty
Jason Britsch ’12 is a member of Jesuit’s Alumni Service Corps and teaches English.
Peter Flores ’09 teaches theology and serves as the director of Campus Ministry.
Jordan Holmer ’12 is a member of Jesuit’s Alumni Service Corps and teaches computer studies.
Andy Lade ’07 teaches science.
Christopher McCabe teaches theology.
Todd Velianski teaches theology.
Monica Younger teaches science.