Fourth Grade | Mrs. Kristen Lang
Coming soon!

Fourth Grade Aide | Mrs. Robin O’Hanlon
BA Degree in Government and Journalism, CSU Sacramento

My Favorite Thing About 4th Grade: They are “big kid” Intermediate Students now! They get to learn about California: Early Explorers, the Mission System, the Gold Rush and all the great things that shaped California into the state that it is today.
St. Anselm isn’t just a school; it is a place where my children grew in confidence and faith every day because of the people that surrounded them. From their 8th grade buddy to the Front Office Managers, Teachers, Aides, Specialists, Room Parents, Hot Lunch volunteers and our Principal and Priest, I always knew my children were being looked after and nurtured.

Fifth Grade | Mrs. Jennifer Bautista
Bachelor of Arts Liberal Studies
CLAD Multiple Subject Teaching Credential

I love teaching 5th grade, because I enjoy helping children bridge the gap between their elementary years and middle school. Watching students overcome personal challenges are some of my favorite memories.

Fifth Grade Aide | Ms. Dina Fowler

I love working as a 5th grade teacher’s aide at St. Anselm School. I love seeing the smiles on the kid’s faces and watching the kids grown spiritually and academically during the school year. I appreciate their eagerness to learn and look forward to coming to school every morning.


6th Homeroom, 6th-8th Social Studies, 6th Language Arts & Literature | Ms. Stephanie Bull
M.S. Teaching Credential, Reading Specialist Certification

I enjoy teaching Middle School because it gives me an opportunity to help students have a positive experience during this time in their life. One of my favorite activities at our school is the annual 8th grade dinner dance. I love seeing how the community comes together to host such a meaningful event.

7th Homeroom, 6th-8th Science | Mrs. Anita Pisciotta
Clear Credential and Masters in Education.

I love teaching science. It’s an amazing subject and I enjoy the enthusiasm and interactions I have with my students. We have a lot of fun and we have some amazing discussions, labs, and field trips. I have been teaching at St. Anselm for 24 years. The parents are very supportive and we have an amazing staff. I’d love to share one unbelievable memory.
Six years ago, I completely tore my hamstring at the bottom of my pelvis. I had reconstructive surgery and was home for three weeks. Parents brought dinner to my house every night for about a month. I subsequently taught in a wheelchair for another 2 months. Parents would drive me home if I didn’t have a ride. St. Anselm is a very generous and supportive community. This is one important reason why we have an amazing school.

8th Homeroom, 7th & 8th Literature and Language Arts | Mrs. Laura Roach
Master’s Degree in Teaching Reading
Reading Specialist Certification
California Teaching Credential
University of San Francisco
Teaching since 2004

Middle School Aide | Mrs. Judy Storms
Been involved with St. Anselm for over 40 years
Started as a parent volunteer
School librarian for 25+ years
Extended Day Teachers for 30+ years
Aided in second grade, 4th, 5th and now Middle school

St. Anselm is special because for me it is an extended family. It is heart warming to see our little people grow up to be outstanding adults. Some have come back and say thank you for not just the education that they received here, but for the community. For me, having had two of my grandson with me has been very special. Our community spirit is a special part of what makes St. Anselm School what it is.