New Faculty/Staff, 2020-2021

We are pleased to welcome these new Faculty, Staff, and Administrative team members for the 2020-2021 school year.

Julie Enlow joins All Saints' as our COVID-19 Wellness Coordinator. Julie earned her B.S. in Nursing at Texas Tech University. Julie has been a nurse for 18 years, including positions in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Transplant, Pediatric Home Health, and Pediatric Post Anesthesia Care Unit. Julie served as the Chair of Cook Children's Healthy Children's Coalition for Parker County for five years, is a member of Parker County's Child Fatality Review Team, and developed and implemented Weatherford ISD's Healthy Kids Summer Lunch Program, which has fed hundreds of thousands of free meals to children in Parker County. Julie has been recognized by the Texas Education Agency with their Heroes for Children Award. In April of 2020, Julie volunteered to serve in New York City caring for COVID-19 patients during the apex of their pandemic. She and her husband Jeremy are the proud parents of Noah (10th Grade), Libby (8th Grade), and Clara (5th Grade). Julie is honored to be coordinating All Saints' COVID-19 response and to serve in the capacity of an additional school nurse.

Kimberly Laird will transition from teaching the Five-Day, Three-Year-Old program to the Three-Day, Pre-Kindergarten program.
Laci Archer joins All Saints’ EC as the Assistant Teacher of the Five-Day, Three-Year-Old program. She graduated from Tarleton State University with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Child Psychology. She has worked as a substitute in EC at All Saints’ for the past year and a half and is excited to join the team. Laci is married to Zachary, and they have two children, Hayes and Maris, who will be entering 3rd grade and Kindergarten at All Saints’ this fall. She looks forward to educating and nurturing our youngest Saints. 
Ann-Marie McCollough will shift instructional roles this year from the Project-Based Learning and STEAM Coordinator to teach a fourth section of Fourth Grade for this year. This shift creates smaller class sizes in Fourth Grade. She will also be available to help teachers build on projects and activities from last year’s work in The Exploratorium. Teachers will be able to sign up to utilize The Exploratorium for specific projects such as Robotics, Rozzy Career Adventures, and Design Thinking experiences using Google Calendar. All distancing and safety protocols will be followed in the Exploratorium. Ann-Marie worked closely with the Fourth Grade team as they piloted the Lego WeDo 2.0 Robotics program. Her passion and enthusiasm for teaching and learning will be an asset to the Fourth Grade team. Ann-Marie is thrilled to return to the classroom at this important time to serve students.

Kristen Newcom joins All Saints’ LS as a member of the Second Grade team. Kristen attended Baylor University where she earned a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She has spent the last 17 years serving students in nearby Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD. Kristen has twice been awarded Professional of the Year for her campus. She is a highly-dedicated educator who believes in fostering student success through engaging and enriching student-centered learning. Kristen believes in supporting the School’s mission by providing high-quality, differentiated instructions to meet the needs of all learners. 


Payton Prunty ’11 will transition from teaching MS Math to MS Science. 
Miranda Kreter '12 joins the MS Math department to teach Fundamentals of Pre-Algebra and Pre-Algebra. She is a 13-year alumna Saint returning to All Saints’ after attending Texas Christian University for both her B.S. in Early Childhood Education and M.Ed. in Language and Literacy. For the past three years, Miranda has taught elementary school in Fort Worth ISD. Miranda is excited to return to All Saints’ and make the transition to working with MS students. 

Sarah Grace Siratt '16 joins All Saints’ as the Early Childhood, Lower School, and Middle School Dance Teacher.  She is a Lifetime Saint.  Sarah Grace has been part of the Dance Program as both a student and teacher with Ms. Maria.  Sarah Grace earned a B.A. in Education from Texas Christian University. Dance, cheer, and children are her passion. Sarah Grace states, “it is a dream come true to work at the School that she holds so dear in her heart.”

Ricky Anderson II joins the US Media Department to teach Digital Film. Ricky was introduced to video production in 2005 and has not put the camera down since. His passion led him to Fort Worth where he earned his degree in Film, Television, and Digital Media from Texas Christian University. Ricky was one of the few selected to be a member of YouTube's flagship "YouTube Creator’s Institute" at Columbia College in Chicago and has been featured on YouTube’s home page. With more than 10 years of experience in video production, working on short films, features, documentaries, and web series, Ricky brings his expertise in creating engaging and entertaining videos to All Saints’. 
Meredith Garcia joins the US English Department to teach English IV and AP English and Composition. She earned a B.S. in English and a minor in Psychology from Southern Methodist University, where she was a scholarship athlete on the SMU Rowing Team. Studying briefly at Oxford University inspired Meredith to continue the teaching philosophy she learned there, of engaging students through inquiry and small group discussion. She comes to All Saints’ with 10 years of experience teaching all levels of English at McLean Middle School and Paschal High School, where she also coached cross country and track. Meredith is excited to share her passion for literature and to challenge All Saints’ students. Her goal is to help students grow into lifelong readers, writers, and critical thinkers.  

Lauren Harding joins the US History Department to teach Honors and On-Level World History. She earned her B.A. in History and M.A. in Teaching from Trinity University, along with minors in Communication and African American Studies. Lauren comes to us with four years of teaching experience in Social Studies at South Hills High School, where she established the Student Council while leading successful programs in AP US History and AP Psychology. She believes that cultivating a love of learning is one of the most valuable skills a child can learn from attending school and that building relationships with students is paramount in this process. When she is not at school, Lauren enjoys reading, traveling, and chasing around her one-year-old son. She looks forward to getting to know her students at All Saints' and exploring the past together.
Danielle (Dani) Kass joins the US Math Department to teach Algebra I and Algebra II. She earned her B.S. degree with majors in educational studies and mathematics from Texas Christian University. She spent several years teaching summer school classes for students of all levels, as well as tutoring students in middle school and high school Math. She believes in creating a classroom environment that encourages collaboration and inquiry. She enjoys helping students learn and understand concepts by teaching them to make connections to their current knowledge and the world around them. She desires to see her students succeed not only in the classroom but in their spiritual and social lives as well. Danielle is thrilled to join the All Saints’ faculty and looks forward to the year ahead.
Victoria Larson joins the US History Department to teach Government AP, Honors, and On-Level. Victoria earned her B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies and her M.D. in Teaching and Learning from Abilene Christian University. She joins us from Cedar Hill ISD, where she taught Government and Economics. She also taught AP US History and AP World History during her internship at the Academy of Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Science in Abilene ISD. Victoria uses the flipped classroom and project-based learning to give the students an opportunity to practice the skills they have learned in class and showcase their talents. Victoria has enjoyed traveling and visiting historical sites across the United States. Victoria is excited to join All Saints’ and encourages everyone to use their voice and vote!
Levi Line joins the US History Department to teach Western Civilization. He earned his B.A. in History at Cal State Northridge and an M.A. in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Technology from Grand Canyon University. Levi comes to us with 20 years of teaching experience in History at Loyola High School of Los Angeles, where he taught numerous sections of history. Ranging from AP US History to the History of World War II, which he introduced to the UC system as a one-of-a-kind course. He also helped guide the freshman football program for more than 15 years. He believes in teaching with creative passion and community building. He strives for academic excellence and desires for students to become lifelong learners and wants to see them excel academically, spiritually, and socially. Levi is excited to begin teaching at All Saints’ and equipping students to reach their full potential.
Lauren Sands joins the US Visual Arts Department. She earned her B.F.A. in Studio Art from Baylor University. Lauren comes to us with seven years of teaching experience in Art at North Crowley High School. She believes in building relationships with students and teaching with an emphasis on creative thinking skills. She has a passion for the visual arts and loves to help students not only build technical skills but also learn how to express themselves and connect with the world around them through art. Lauren is excited to join the faculty at All Saints’ and guide students as they explore their creativity!

Ashley Sutton joins All Saints’ as the new Manager of Parent Organizations. An Arkansas native, Ashley graduated from Texas Christian University with a B.S. in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Business. Following her graduation in 2006, Ashley has made the Fort Worth area her home and earned more than ten years of experience in fundraising and development, constituent involvement and engagement, event management and strategic communication through positions with TCU; Freese and Nichols, Inc., and the Fort Worth Zoo. Most recently, she served for more than four years as the Assistant Director of E-Stewardship in the TCU Office of Donor Relations, where her work was focused on the stewardship and recognition of all University donors. Ashley and her husband Justin have two children, Ruby (2nd grade) and James (EC), who are excited to be Saints this fall!

Jaclyn Vance joined our Recharge Team this past spring and works with our EC students. Jaclyn graduated from Texas Christian University and is currently working on receiving her Teaching Certification in Early Childhood and Grades 4-8 Math. Jaclyn has always adored working with kids of all ages, and she cannot wait to see where this next adventure with All Saints’ takes her.
Brittany Vinson ’13 joined the Recharge Team in February and is the Lead Team Member for our K-2nd Grade students. Brittany is a lifetime Saint! She went to Texas A&M University where she received a B.S. in Animal Science in 2017. Since graduating, she has continued taking Early Childhood Education classes. With her love for working with children and her passion for our school, she will always PTF!
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