Mr. Alan Tenreiro
Mr. Edwin Burke
Principal / Teacher
Edwin Burke has been a teacher at Mount Saint Charles Academy since 1992. In 2003 he became an Assistant Principal and was appointed Principal in 2009. He graduated from St. Anselm's College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History, and then he went on to receive his Master's Degree in Education from Providence College. Mr. Burke is a member of NASSP, RIASP, ASCD, RIASCD, RISSA, and RIACSSA and will be teaching a MSC class in Modern European History this year.
Mrs. Jessie Butash
Middle School Principal
Miss Julie Beauvais
Julie Beauvais has been a part of the Mount Saint Charles Academy community since 2004. During her time at the Academy she has worked in the academic support center, served as the assistant principal for the junior high, and is currently the vice principal. She was a member of Mount Saint Charles Academy's graduating class of 1996 and pursued educational degrees at Merrimack College and Providence College. She currently holds Master’s Degrees in Special Education and School Administration. Ms. Beauvais is a member of ASCD, the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development. In addition to her teaching and administration responsibilities at the academy, Ms. Beauvais is the moderator of the Student Leadership Association, the faculty representative for the Board of Directors and coordinates the eighth grade trip to Washington, DC.
Mrs. Lisa Tenreiro
Director of School Counseling
Mrs. Gail Bryson
Gail Bryson has been the Director of Alumni Affairs at Mount Saint Charles Academy for more than 25 years. She is responsible for communication with over 8,500 alumni, manages the "Official Mount Saint Charles Academy Alumni" Facebook page, oversees MSC class reunions as well as all alumni activities at Mount. She coordinates the annual alumni soccer game, the alumni golf tournament, the Royal Mountie dinner, the 50th Anniversary reunion weekend, and the MSC holiday face-off. In addition, Mrs. Bryson is co-coordinator of Mount's Career Exploration program (along with Vivian Ferry in the Guidance Department) where alumni come back to the school to speak to students about different careers they might want to pursue. Always enthusiastic about Mount, Mrs. Bryson is happy to host any alumni that stop by MSC for a visit!
A graduate of Endicott College with an Associate's Degree in Retailing, Mrs. Bryson is currently a member of the Mount Saint Charles Marketing Committee.
She is a member of St. Augustine's Parish in Millville, MA and she is active in her community as a library trustee. She was also on the planning committee for the Millville Elementary School. Mrs. Bryson is the mother of 2 Mount alumni, Joshua '91 and Sarah '93.
Mr. Richard Lawrence
Athletic Director / Teacher
Richard Lawrence came to Mount Saint Charles in 1969. During his tenure, he has served as English teacher and Director of Athletics. He has also coached several Mount sports: boys soccer; boys and girls tennis; and boys and girls basketball. He received a Bachelor’s Degree from Rhode Island College and a Master's Degree in English Literature from the University of Rhode Island. He is an award winning athletic director and holds a CMAA (Certified Master Athletic Administrator) in athletic administration. His athletic teams have won 44 championships to include 10 state titles.
He was an award winning journalist for THE OBSERVER (1976-1986) and currently reads Advanced Placement exam essays for the College Board. He has been inducted into the Rhode Island Boys Soccer Coaches Association Hall of Fame, The Rhode Island Girls Tennis Coaches Association Hall of Fame, The New England Soccer Hall of Fame, and the Rhode Island College Athletic Hall of Fame. He has been cited by the University of Chicago (2010) as an “Outstanding Teacher.” He has been recognized for his work in the area of sportsmanship and was honored as a Sports Ethics Fellow (2010) and cited as “One of 20 Great Living Americans who have made a difference in the area of sportsmanship.” (2011)
Since 2000 he has directed service trips for his students to promote leadership and good citizenship. For the past 12 years, he has led a trip to the Blowing Rocks Preserve where his students have worked on a Restoration Project with The Nature Conservancy to improve the habitat for the endangered giant sea turtles.
Mr. Raymond Leveille
Associate Athletic Director
Raymond Leveille has been at Mount Saint Charles since 2009. Not only does he serve as Associate Athletic Director, but Mr. Leveille has also coached several sports teams at Mount including baseball, basketball, and track. He is currently the head boys varsity basketball coach.
Mr. Leveille is an alumnus of Mount, Class of 2000. He went on to graduate from Rhode Island College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education and Health Education. He also has an endorsement in Adapted Physical Education.
In addition to teaching at Mount, Mr. Leveille teaches Health and Physical Education at Saint Philip School in Greenville, RI where he is Athletic Director. Mr. Leveille resides in Woonsocket, RI with his wife and their daughter.
Mr. Joseph O'Neill
Dir of Admissions / Registrar / Teacher / Dept Chair
Joseph O'Neill joined the Mount faculty in August 1982 as the Director of Admissions, Registrar, and history teacher. He previously taught history and social studies at Bishop Keough Regional High School. Mr. O'Neill earned his Bachelor of Arts in Education/Social Studies in 1978, Master of Education in Secondary School Administration in 1985, and Master of Arts in History in 1996, all at Providence College. Mr. O'Neill teaches Advanced Placement United States History to eleventh graders. He has taught U.S. History I, Economics, and Civics, and served as the History/Social Studies Department chair from 1996 to 2011. For many years he was class moderator and Student Administrative Council moderator.
Mr. O'Neill has been a member of the Executive Board of the Rhode Island Social Studies Association since 1985 and has been the RISSA president for many years. He has been involved in the Rhode Island Model Legislature program since participating in high school and was the state coordinator for many years. He has also been the state co-coordinator for the National History Day in Rhode Island program since 1997. Mr. O'Neill is a member of the State Panel on Civic Education, is school board chair at Saint Peter Tri-Parish School in Warwick, and maintains memberships in several professional organizations including the National Council for the Social Studies, the Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development (both national and state), the Organization of American Historians, and the Theodore Roosevelt Association. Mr. O'Neill was the 2005 winner of the New England History Teachers Association Kidger Teacher/Educator Award and the 2007 state winner and national finalist of the National History Day Richard Farrell Teacher of Merit Award.
Mr. O'Neill is also active in family history and has researched several generations of his family tree through ancestry.com and the New England Historical Genealogical Society.
Br. Roland Champagne, S.C.
Director of Facilities
Br. Roland Champagne has ministered at a number of schools in many different capacities since professing his final vows as a Brother of the Sacred Heart in 1971. He has served as Mount’s Director of Facilities since his return to the school in 2004. Prior to this assignment, Br. Roland served in the same capacity at Saint Columba’s College in Saint Alban’s, England for 5 years and at Bishop Guertin High School, Nashua, NH for 5 years.
Mrs. Tracy Mulligan
Tracy Mulligan joined the Mount staff in July 2014 as the Business Manager. Before coming to Mount, Mrs. Mulligan worked at Good Shepherd Catholic School as the librarian and math aide for the past two years. She is currently the president of the Good Shepherd PTO and President of Greater Woonsocket Catholic Regional School Executive PTO.
After graduating from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Tracy worked for Coopers & Lybrand as a Senior Auditor in Hartford Ct. After she left Coopers & Lybrand, she worked at CVS Caremark as an Auditor as well as The Natural retail Group in Dayville Ct as an Accounting Manager.
In 1995, she and her husband moved to Columbus Ohio where Mrs. Mulligan was employed by Pfizer, Inc as a pharmaceutical sales representative for seven years. In 1999, she and husband moved backed to New England where she finished her career with Pfizer and became a stay at home mom to her three children. Her oldest daughter is currently enrolled at Mount Saint Charles and her other two children attend Good Shepherd Catholic School.
Mrs. Carrie Saladin
Carrie Saladin has been working in the Mount Saint Charles Business Office since 2002. Mrs. Saladin manages all aspects of student business transactions from tuition billing and collections to calculating financial aid to assisting with book purchases. She also works extensively with the international students in helping to manage their resources.
Mrs. Saladin grew up in Oriskany, New York and moved to the area in 1991. She graduated from Mohawk Valley College with a degree in Social Services and attended Utica College.
Mrs. Saladin resides in Blackstone, Massachusetts with her husband, Donald, and their 2 sons. Her younger son is currently enrolled at Mount Saint Charles.
Miss Penny Federici
Marketing & Communications Director
Penny Federici is a 2008 Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Rhode Island and a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society. Ranked #2 in her major's graduating class, she holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Relations. Miss Federici has held the position as the Marketing and Communications Director at Mount Saint Charles since 2012.
Miss Federici started her journey in PR and Marketing with her 2008 internship at Citadel Broadcasting (currently known as Cumulus Media). She served as a Promotions and Marketing Intern for 92 PRO-FM, Lite Rock 105, Hot 106, News Talk 630 WPRO & 99.7 FM, and AM 790 Talk & Business. Upon completeing her internship, she joined the radio station's Street Team and held various responsibilities related to the 5 radio stations' public relations events, promotions, and marketing. After working on the Street Team, she was offered the job as Promotions & Marketing Director for AM 790 Talk & Business. She also served as the stand-in Promotions Director for Lite Rock 105, and became one of the Promotions Managers for News Talk 630 WPRO & 99.7's radio team.
For 10 years, while going to URI and working at the radio station, she also worked at LaSalle Bakery in Providence as a Sales Associate Supervisor and also assisted the bakery with their public relations and marketing.
Miss Federici lives in Providence and, with her family, is an active member of St. Augustine Parish. She enjoys being with her family and friends, going to the movies, and traveling. She loves spending as much time as she can at the beach, and is big fan of top 40 and country music!