Middle School

Middle School Classrooms

Jennifer Carroll
6th Grade Homeroom Teacher 

Jennifer Carroll is very excited to be teaching 6th grade social studies, science, and religion, as well as electives offered to all middle school students. She has been a teacher at St. John’s since 1997 and is eager to be working with middle schoolers. She and her husband, John, have two children, Austin and Madison. While she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time at her cabin in Henning, MN, hanging out with her kids, reading books and just relaxing.

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Bridget Troxel6th Grade Homeroom Teacher

Mrs. Troxel has been teaching since 2014 as a substitute teacher throughout the Twin Cities Metro Area and began at St. John’s in 2018.  She has developed a love and passion for middle school over that time and is looking forward to working with the middle school at St. John’s.  Mrs. Troxel grew up as a camp counselor and being outdoors year round.  Mrs. Troxel and her husband are constantly on the go with their two young children.  When not at school, you’ll find her baking, spending time with extended  family, camping, taking pictures, and enjoying the outdoors.

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Stephen Steffl
7th Grade Homeroom Teacher

Stephen Steffl grew up on a dairy farm near the town of Sleepy Eye in southern Minnesota. After high school, he attended St. John’s University in Collegeville and the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. Mr. Steffl has three brothers, three nieces, and one nephew. He has been teaching middle school social studies and religion at St. John the Baptist School since 1990. In his free time, he enjoys visiting with family and friends, traveling, going to movies, reading and playing sports such as basketball, tennis and swimming.

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Jeanne Dompierre
8th Grade Homeroom Teacher

Mrs. Dompierre received her undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota-Mankato with a BS in elementary education and a minor in special education. She earned her Middle School Certification in the areas of math, English, social studies and life science. She then earned her Masters of Education in Technology through Lesley University in Cambridge, MA.  Mrs. Dompierre taught at two other Catholic schools before coming to St. John the Baptist. She is currently teaching math and religion to the students of St. John’s. In 2000, Mrs. Dompierre was awarded the NCEA Distinguished Teacher Award. Her interests include a variety of crafts, Sudoku, puzzles, baking, gardening and reading.

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Joni Sundstrom
8th Grade Homeroom Teacher

Bio coming soon!

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Prayers learned in Middle School