Principal - Mrs. Angela Isaacs
Mrs. Angela Isaacs’ career as an educator has included work with adults, adolescents, and children in several fields, including counseling, medical transcription, adult enrichment, and parish religious education. She began teaching at St. John’s Catholic School in Hot Springs in 2003 and became principal in 2012. Mrs. Isaacs holds a Masters of Catholic School Leadership from University of Dallas. She graduated from L.S.U. with a Bachelor of General Studies, with minors in psychology, sociology, and philosophy, and from St. Gregory’s University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theology. She attained Chemical Dependency Counseling Certification from the L.S.U. School of Social Work and C.D.U. of Baton Rouge in 1984. She currently holds an Arkansas Department of Education Teaching License.
Curriculum Administrator - Mrs. Mary Angelle
Mary Angelle begins her 30th year in Catholic Education. Mrs. Angelle has 25 years of classroom experience in grades 1-8. Prior to Curriculum Administrator, she served as Lower Elementary Disciplinarian for four years. Mrs. Angelle earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education grades 1-8 from the University of Southwestern Louisiana. She holds a Master Catechist Certification from the Diocese of Lafayette.
Religion Administrator - Mrs. Lisa Melancon
Lisa Melancon has made a career in Catholic education. The 2021-2022 school year marks her 33rd year as a Catholic school educator. Mrs. Melancon earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in education, grades 1-8, from Northeast Louisiana University (ULM) in 1981. She holds a Master Catechist and Religion Administrator certifications from the Diocese of Lafayette. She has taught in a variety of grade levels before taking on the role of Religion Administrator at Our Lady of Fatima School for 13 years. After a four year break to finish raising her 3 boys through high school, who are all Fatima and STM graduates, she worked as the Religion Administrator for St. Cecilia School before returning home to Fatima.