Events Calendar


Mrs. Anne Marie Whiddon
Kindergarten Teacher
Class size: 22
Mrs. Anne Marie Whiddon earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education at the University of Georgia.  She has been teaching at SPA for 20 years and has taught for 30 years.  Mrs. Whiddon is certified in the Orton Gillingham method of reading instruction and uses that method to teach phonics and sight words.  She is married to Breck Whiddon and has three sons, two in high school and one in college.  She enjoys reading, shopping and having fun with the kids

Anne Marie 560Anne Marie Whiddon said, “I have taught Kindergarten a total of 14 years during my career and I love it! These kids show excitement for learning new things and they like to have fun while learning. I get to have fun every day showing them all that God has given them and loving them for who they are.”

Mrs. Suzie Douglas
Kindergarten Teacher Assistant
Suzie Douglas has an Associates Degree.  She began her career at Wilmington Island Presbyterian Preschool where she taught for five years and she has been at SPA for 21 years. Mrs. Douglas is a SPA alumnus, graduating from the Nativity School before it became Saint Peter the Apostle Catholic School.  She is married to Joe Douglas and has a daughter Maggie, who currently teaches Special Ed and a son Matt, a graduate of Georgia Southern University.  Suzie enjoys spending time with family and friends.

Suzie 560Suzie Douglas said, “I love this school and this church. I was baptized, confirmed, and married from St. Peter the Apostle Church. This is truly a special place to be. I thank God every day for giving me the opportunity to work at this school with a fantastic staff, the children and their parents!  I love teaching because little children are so full of imagination and wonder. They are so fun to teach because they are so very eager to learn. They make me laugh and amaze me every single day which is the main reason I LOVE THIS JOB!”

First Grade

Sister Susan Harms, RSM
First Grade Teacher
Class size: 13
Sister Susan Harms earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education with a minor in Moral and Dogmatic Theology from Mount St. Agnes College in Baltimore. She received her Masters in Education (Reading Specialist) from Georgia State University in Atlanta and is certified in the Orton Gillingham method of reading instruction. Sr. Susan earned a Post Graduate in Administration and Supervision Studies at Georgia Southern University.
She is a Sister of Mercy, growing up as an only child who was blessed with two wonderful loving parents and a very large extended family of aunts, uncles, and cousins who were and is a big part of her life.
She teaches the following subjects: Reading, Phonics, English, Spelling, Math Science, Social Studies and Religion.

Sister Susan 560Sister Susan Harms said, “I love working with younger children, they are truly like sponges and absorb information rapidly. When teaching First Grade you have the opportunity to see HUGE growth in the student as their reading & computation Skills strengthen. There is something magical about the transformation that happens for the first-grade readers throughout the school year. First graders are eager to learn and delightful to teach!”

Mrs. Lise Turgeon
First Grade Teacher
Class Size: 13
Mrs. Lise Turgeon has been working at St. Peter the Apostle School for the past six years. She started as a parent volunteer on the marketing committee, then taught Pre-K 4 for two years and was the Enrollment Coordinator.  Mrs. Turgeon has a Associated Degree from the University of Southern Maine and a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Coastal Carolina University. When Mrs. Turgeon is not teaching Kindergarten, you can find her cooking in her kitchen or exploring nature with her family.  She is married to Doug and has two children, one who is a recent graduate of St. Peter the School and one in the 5th grade.

Mrs. Stephanie Schnabel
First Grade Teacher Assistant
Stephanie Schnabel is happy to be at St. Peter’s because she is a 1993 graduate of St. Peter the Apostle School.  From there she attended St. Vincent’s Academy and then graduated from Armstrong Atlantic State University in 2003 with a bachelors degree in General Studies with a minor in Sociology.  She started working at St. Peter’s in 2018 and has two children who attend the school.

Second Grade
Mrs. Stephanie Ducey
Second Grade Teacher
Class size: 21
Mrs. Ducey has been involved in youth ministries throughout her life. The desire to work with and teach young people in the ways of faith comes from her own faith-forming childhood experiences. Mrs. Ducey views the opportunity to teach at Saint Peter the Apostle School as a wonderful way to show students how to merge their academic endeavors with their faith formation. Mrs. Ducey has a BBA in Marketing from Georgia Southern and a Masters in Early childhood Education, with middle school certification, from the University of Phoenix.

Ducey 560Stephanie Ducey said, “My professional goal is to grow my students spiritually and academically. I strive to do this by providing authentic academic learning experiences that require spiritual awareness and holy actions.”

Third Grade
Mrs. Erin Bunger
Third Grade Teacher
Class size: 23
Mrs. Bunger was born and raised in Savannah and attended Blessed Sacrament School and St. Vincent’s Academy. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Child and Family Development from Georgia Southern University and a Master of Education degree from Armstrong Atlantic State University.  She taught at Charles Ellis Montessori School for thirteen years and at Marshpoint Elementary for three years.  Mrs. Bunger is married to Richard Bunger, and they have three sons, Ridge (10), Caleb (3) and Cameron(3).  The twins attend St. Peter the Apostle School.  Mrs. Bunger enjoys fun in the sun, shopping, crafting, and being with her boys.

Fourth Grade

Ms. Emily Randall
Fourth Grade Teacher
Class size: 22
Emily Randall has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and two minors: French and Asian Studies from Georgia Southern University. She has also received her Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Education from Georgia Southern University. She was a panel speaker at the Georgia Political Science Conference in 2017 and speaks conversational French. Ms. Randall has been teaching for two years and this is her first year at St. Peter the Apostle. Ms. Randall enjoys reading, Georgia Bulldog football, traveling, and painting.

Mrs. Morgan Hampton
Third and Fourth Grade Teaching Assistant
Morgan Hampton is native to Savannah, GA.  She attended Blessed Sacrament and graduated from St. Vincent’s Academy in 2004.  Ms. Hampton has a degree in Early Childhood Education from AASU, and taught 5th grade at her Alma Mater for 5 years.  English and Reading are passions of hers, and she love to instill that passion into all of her students.  In her free time, she loves to read, shop, and hang out with her fiance, Wolf and their Husky, Chaos.

Fifth Grade
Mrs. Stephanie Herb
Fifth Grade Teacher
Class size: 23
Mrs. Stephanie Herb was born in Savannah and is a graduate of St. Vincent’s Academy. She graduated from Armstrong Atlantic State University with a degree in History and is certified in the Orton Gillingham method of reading instruction. Mrs. Herb taught in the public school system and, for eight years, taught at St. Michael’s School on Tybee Island.  Mrs. Herb is married and is the mother of two girls, both graduates of St. Peter the Apostle School and both now in college. Her favorite hobby is reading.