Mr. Domingo is a seasoned educator with over two decades of experience in Catholic education. As the Principal of Holy Spirit Parish School, he brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership. Mr. Domingo has previously served as principal at two parochial schools and an archdiocesan high school for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. His academic background includes a master’s degree in theology from Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology and a bachelor’s in political science from the University of California, Berkeley. He has further honed his expertise through graduate certificates in Catholic Administration from Loyola Marymount University and St. Louis University. Outside of his professional life, Mr. Domingo is a dedicated family man, happily married with two sons.
Charles Smith has been a member of the Land Park Community his entire life. He has been a parent, a coach and has been active on the Holy Spirit Campus for twenty years. His three daughters are all alumni of HolySpirit. After college and playing football at Sacramento State University, a stint in the Army and retiring from a twenty-five year career in law enforcement with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, Charles has begun a second career in education. He will be Holy Spirit's Athletic Director and will work with the Middle School teachers and students.
Mrs. Glenn has been teaching in the Diocese of Sacramento for over 30 years – at Holy Spirit Parish School since 2015. She received her California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from the University of San Francisco in 1993. Since then, she has taught grades from preschool up to 3rd Grade. She is the proud mother of three children, her two sons are Holy Spirit and Christian Brother High School alumni. Her daughter is currently a student at Holy Spirit.
Mr. Morgan graduated from Southwestern Adventis University in Keene, Texas with a B.S. in Psychology. After completing his Bachelor's degree he went on to obtain his M.A. in Counseling Psychology from the University of San Francisco, California. He began his counseling career as an intern with Mercy Education Resource Center (MERC) in 2012 and continued on with MERC until its closure in 2015. After MERC closed he stayed on as school counselor for St. Robert and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and is pleased to have the opportunity to include Holy Spirit Parish School to his school sites. In his free time Mr. Morgan enjoys spending time with his wife and five adult children sharing his amateur astronomer talents, camping, and hiking.
Sister Marilee Howard is a Sister of Mercy whose ministries have included work in health care, education, and Sisters of Mercy community roles in leadership and social justice coordination. She has been here at Holy Spirit Parish School since 2013.
Mrs. Glenn is beginning her 24th year of teaching in the Diocese of Sacramento – 12 years at Holy Spirit Parish School. She received her California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential from the University of San Francisco in 1993. Since then, she has taught all grades from preschool up to 3rd Grade. She is the proud mother of three children, two sons currently at Christian Brothers High School (alumni of Holy Spirit), and a daughter in the 1st grade here at Holy Spirit.
Mrs. DeNecochea is a graduate of San Diego State University where she majored in Liberal Studies. She and her husband Mike have been Holy Spirit parishioners for 22 years, raising their six children in the Land Park community. Each of her children participated in Catholic Faith Formation and received all of their sacraments at the parish. She joined the Holy Spirit Parish School staff in 2023 and is excited to work as an aide for both the kindergarten and transitional kindergarten classes.
Bridget Sequeira has been at Holy Spirit Parish School as a parent since 2007, and as an employee since 2016. Her husband, father-in-law, and all four of her children are Holy Spirit alumni, which makes her children 3rd generation! She has worked as a Substitute Teacher and as an instructional aide in Kindergarten and 1st grade. In 2023 she began her first year as Kindergarten teacher. Bridget loves working with her young students and enjoys the innocence and enthusiasm she sees in their eyes!
Mrs. Musfelt graduated from California State University Sacramento with a B.A. in Child Development. She is enrolled in the CAST program at Loyola Marymount University where she will earn her Multiple Subject Teaching Credential and Masters degree in Urban Education. Since 2017 she has found fulfillment in volunteering at Holy Spirit Parish School where both of her daughters are enrolled. In her classroom, each child will find there is a place for them to explore and grow their unique talents that God has given them.
Payten graduated from Cal-State Monterey Bay with a bachelors in Liberal Studies and a Minor in Human Development in 2020. While attending college, she played two years of basketball but due to a few injuries, it was time to retire. However, coaching and playing basketball are still one of her many passions.
After spending two years substitute teaching in her hometown of Red Bluff California, Payten moved to Sacramento in hopes of finishing her masters and multiple subject credential through National University. In total she has been in a classroom since she started college when she was eighteen years old.
Teaching, coaching, and helping her community is what she enjoys most in life. Payten is looking forward to joining the Holy Spirit Community and helping her students grow and succeed throughout the school year.
Mrs. Bokan worked as a tourism manager for 12 years at the Sacramento Visitors Bureau before her many hours as a Holy Spirit Parish School volunteer led to her current role as a Teacher's Aide. She joined the staff in 2018 and has worked as an Aide in Kindergarten through 2nd grade, and also as a long-term substitute teacher in 5th grade. Mrs. Bokan is very devoted to education and the Holy Spirit community with all three of her children attending the school.
Julie has always had a passion for working with children. She attended CSU Sacramento and with the encouragement of her family initially studied nursing. Before long, she knew she needed to follow her heart and switched to child development, and completed all of the prerequisites needed to enter the teaching credential program.
Julie has worked at Holy Spirit School since 2013 as a classroom aide, in extension and as a librarian and art teacher. She is very excited to start in her new role as 3rd grade teacher.
What Julie appreciates most about working with children is their innocence and true hearts. She wants her students to grow to be good people and the best versions of themselves. Their intellectual growth is important, but being good and kind is essential.
Nancy Del Guerra has been working for Holy Spirit School as the 3rd grade Aide since 2016. She is a graduate of CSU Sacramento and holds a single subject teaching credential as well as a Masters Degree. Mrs. Del Guerra taught at All Hallows and Kennedy High School prior to starting a family. Mrs. She has been married for 24 Years and is a proud mother of two daughters. Her oldest is a sophomore at Ole Miss and her youngest is a junior at St. Francis High School.
Having sent four children to Holy Spirit Parish School, Mrs. Reed was a parent at Holy Spirit for 17 years. She has been teaching in the Diocese of Sacramento for 19 years - 11 years at Holy Spirit. She lives in the heart of Land Park and is an active parishioner of Holy Spirit Church.
Mr. LoGiudice began his teaching career in 1987 working in the San Juan Unified School District as a substitute teacher and baseball coach at El Camino High School. He came to the Diocese of Sacramento in 1988 as the sixth grade teacher and Athletic Director at All Hallows. In 2004 he began at Holy Spirit Parish School teaching Middle School History. Mr. LoGiudice has previously served as Holy Spirit's Athletic Director, Dean of Students, and Vice-Principal, until his recent assignment as the Middle School Chair.
Mr. Kelly immigrated to the U.S. from Ireland in 1988 and began teaching in the Diocese of Sacramento in January 1989. He was the 8th grade teacher at All Hallows' School for 17 years, taught 7th grade at St. Robert's for 9 years, and is in his 4th year at Holy Spirit.
Mr. Fahy became an educator in order to make a positive impact on the world. He has a strong drive to maximize individual potential and wants his students to become compassionate, curious and confident learners.
He earned his Bachelor's degree in Health Science from California State University, Chico and his Masters degree in Education from Alliant International University. He also possesses a California Teaching credential for Science.
When he is not teaching, he is spending time with his wife and their four-year-old son, Nicholas. He also enjoys travel, spending time with friends, music, working out and playing sports.
For undergrad, Colleen attended Rutgers University in New Jersey, where she studied Sociology and Psychology. There, she was a member and team captain of the Division One field hockey team as well as a volunteer for a student-run peer counseling hotline. She received her Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from Rider University. She has continued her volunteer work, through Josie’s Place, which provides facilitated peer-support groups to children and teens who are grieving the death of a loved one. With 17 years of teaching experience in grades 1-6, most of which being in 6th grade at St. Gabriel Catholic School in San Francisco, she is thrilled to have the opportunity to support and teach all grades, K-8 at HSPS, to meet students where they are, and guide them to grow in heart, mind and spirit.
Mrs. Straube grew up in Elk Grove, CA and attended St. Francis High School. She attended Norte Dame de Namur University and received her bachelor's degree in Kinesiology. She also earned her teaching credential and Master's in education from National University. After graduate school, Mrs. Straube taught PE for seven years at various Catholic elementary schools in the Bay Area and taught 5th grade for four years before relocating back to Sacramento. She is married to her high school sweetheart (who graduated from Jesuit), and they have a beautiful daughter.