Faculty & Staff

Pamela Godshalk

English & Social Studies Teacher
Serving STVM Since
1972

Education

College/University Attended: Kent State University
Degree: B.S., Secondary Education (English, History, Political Science)
Graduate School Attended: Kent State University
Degree: M.L.S., Library Science​​​​​​​

Classes & Extracurriculars

Social Studies Department Chair
Teaching: American Studies (AP English: Language and composition & AP U.S. History)
Advisor: National Honor Society, Learning Resource Center Director, OCSAA/NCA Accreditation Co-Chair, and a member of the Local Professional Development Committee

Biography

Ms. Godshalk was born in Akron, attended St. Martha's, and then attended and graduated from Stow High School. She completed her undergraduate work at Kent State University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a double major in English and in History and Government. Ms. Godshalk continued her graduate education at Kent State University earning a Master of Library Science degree.

"I came to teach at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School right out of college in the fall of 1971 just as the merger of St. Vincent and St. Mary was in its initial stages. From the beginning, I have enjoyed working with the students in an environment that is academically rich and spiritually grounded. Over the years I have come to know many of the families that make up the STVM community, and I feel that I have been blessed to work with people who are so generous, caring, and supportive." 
—Pamela Godshalk