Mrs. Stewart joined the St. Vincent de Paul School faculty in 1978. She received her Bachelor of Science in Education from Kansas State Teachers College, her Masters in Education from Purdue University, and her Principal Credential from Pacific Luther University. After serving as Vice-Principal for ten years, Mrs. Stewart was selected to be St. Vincent’s Principal in 1995. Mrs. Stewart says she is the luckiest principal in the Archdiocese because she has a wonderful faculty and staff who are dedicated to teaching the whole child--academically, socially and spiritually. She is filled with pride and gratitude that her three children, St. Vincent alumni, had the opportunity to learn and grow in faith and knowledge in this Catholic school community. During her free time, Mrs. Stewart enjoys gardening, shopping, sipping a cup of morning coffee with beignets, and spending time with her family and friends.