Michelle Wright
Director of Advancement
English Tutoring Project
Ex-Officio Board Member



Sr Jane GeggSister Jane Gegg, ASC, teacher/tutor, is a member of the religious community of Adorers of the Blood of Christ.   She has taught young children for more than 40 years, serving the children and families in the English Tutoring Project for since 2010. She has taught in rural schools as well as in the inner city of East St. Louis, Illinois, and in the Mexican community of Fairmont City, Illinois.  Sister Jane loves teaching and is blessed to be able to minister to the immigrant and refugee children and their families that she meets in the English Tutoring Project.  Sister Jane teaches ETP students in Grades K – 5 at St. Frances Cabrini Academy.

AnneSister Anne Henehan, RSM, Director of ETP, has been involved in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to adults and children throughout her teaching career, including time with the International Institute of Saint Louis teaching adult immigrants and refugees, She has worked and lived in Spain, Mexico, and Slovenia teaching within those cultures to help students and adults further their English skills. Sister Anne is currently serving as an ETP tutor at Holy Spirit Catholic School in Maryland Heights, MO, in addition to and complimenting her work as ETP

Sister Diane Schlueter, OSF, teacher/tutor, is a Franciscan Sister of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. During her past years of experience she has taught all grades from first through eighth grade.  She also ministered at her community’s Child Care Center working with 4 year old children. She then became the Director of the center.  Her teaching adventures were mostly in the Mid-Western states. She is enjoying being a full-time Tutor for ETP since fall of 2018 and is currently teaching at both St. Stephen Protomartyr School and South City Catholic Academy.

Sister Monica Laws, OSF comes to ETP with experiences a teacher in grades 2 through college. She teaches at Marian Middle School in St. Louis City working with students from Grade 5-8 as needed after school from 3-4 p.m. Her duties include giving assistance with academic assignments, reading, and keeping the students on track.

Ms. Rosemarie Schelling, our newest tutor, is a degreed and certified teacher in Missouri. She is working at St. Cecilia Catholic School and Academy in a pilot program that provides ETP services both in a push-in and our traditional pull-out mode. She brings an extensive and diverse experience in education, including teaching cognitively challenged students from Mexico, Afghanistan, and countries both in Africa and South America, and teaching sign to deaf and hearing-impaired students. She is also experienced in teaching kindergarten and has worked both in Catholic and public schools.