Robert H. Angeloni, President

In July 2014 Robert Angeloni set in motion the NativityMiguel School of Scranton.  Together with the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Sisters of Christian Charity congregations, Bob believes in the NativityMiguel model which is dedicated to the economically disadvantaged and academically promising.  Most recently, Bob served as Lead Project Manager of Maximus and was the President for Friendship House for over ten years.   Bob earned a Master of Science degree in Public Administration from Marywood University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science & Government from the University of Scranton.

Sister Josephine Cioffi, IHM, Principal

Sister Josephine joined NativityMiguel School of Scranton in January 2015 as its first principal.  Sister most recently served as principal of St. Ann school in East Harlem, NY for three decades.  Sister Josephine graduated from Catholic University (MTS), Boston College (AB) and earned certification CAES in Catholic Leadership from Boston College.  With a passion for education, Sister Josephine has a penchant for teaching math.

Sister Maria Angeline Weiss, SCC, Fifth Grade Teacher

Sister Maria Angeline Weiss, SCC, is the fifth grade teacher at NativityMiguel School of Scranton.  Sister Maria Angeline is fluent in Spanish and earned an Elementary Education degree from College of Saint Elizabeth and is NJ certified K-6, P-3, TSWD and PA certified in K-8.    She has taught third grade at St. Elizabeth in Mendham, NJ and completed  two summer mission trips to Uruguay and Argentina to catechize children in poor rural regions of Cordoba, Argentina.  Sister’s goal is to teach elementary students in a faith based school setting.

Carmela M. Smith, Operations Director

Carmela Smith joined the NativityMiguel School in September 2014.  Following twenty years at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center’s Department of Laboratory Medicine,  Carmela now oversees various aspects of the NativityMiguel School of Scranton administration office, academic office, coordinates student transportation,  arranges student meal service, and maintains the school website.  Carmela has earned a Master of Arts in Communication Arts from Marywood University and a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in writing from Wilkes University.

Veronica Lippert, Jesuit Volunteer

Veronica Lippert, Jesuit Volunteer Corps Volunteer, was born in Detroit, Michigan and has also lived in Albertville, Minnesota, Dayton, Ohio, and Altoona, Pennsylvania. She attended Providence College in Rhode Island for her undergraduate degree in History and Secondary Education as well as for her Master’s degree in American History. She is a geek of all trades from random trivia to Harry Potter or college football. Veronica will be at NativityMiguel for the 2016-2017 school year as a classroom aid and  substitute teacher.

Colleen Beavers, Sixth Grade Teacher

Colleen Beavers is the 6th grade teacher.  Earning her Bachelor of Arts degree from East Stroudsburg University and in 2015 was awarded her Master of Art degree in Classroom Technology from Wilkes University, Mrs. Beavers is certified to teach Social Studies in grades 7-12, Middle School Mathematics and Business Technology in grades K-12.  Having  taught in every classroom from K-12, Mrs. Beavers most recently taught Computer Applications at Coughlin High School in the Wilkes Barre Area School District.

Kay Calvey, Administrative Assistant/Volunteer Coordinator

Kay  Calvey is the Adminstrative Assistant/Volunteer Coordinator.  Kay has over ten years experience in Office Management. In this position, Kay provides assistance to the President and Principal as well as assisting in the daily operations of the school.  Kay earned an Associate Degree in business from Lackawanna College.