CUMBERLAND — Bishop Walsh School announces the appointment of three new faculty members.
Kelsey Mellotte-Kiddy of Cumberland is the new art teacher at the school. Mellotte-Kiddy graduated from Frostburg State University in 2014. She has always had a passion for art and looks forward to helping the students at Bishop Walsh discover their artistic talents. “I grew up locally in the Cumberland area,” she said. “Being able to teach students whose hometown is also my own is an extremely rewarding and neat experience.”
Sara Glasbrenner of Cumberland is the new Spanish teacher. Glasbrenner graduated from FSU in May with a bachelor’s degree in education and specialization in foreign languages (French and Spanish). She has lived in Allegany County for 10 years. During her time at FSU, she studied abroad in Ecuador and Bolivia. “I’m excited to teach my students not only about the Spanish language, but about the culture,” she said. “I can’t wait to incorporate music, food and literature into my lessons.”
Elizabeth Kaylor of Cumberland is the new math teacher. Kaylor graduated from FSU with a master’s in education in 2009. She taught middle school in Hagerstown for four years before making the decision to stay home and raise twin girls. “I am excited to be teaching math in this wonderful Bishop Walsh community,” she said.