Timothy Heffner | profile
Tim Heffner comes to SP having been a science department chair and varsity soccer coach for more than half a decade at Cristo Rey, where he taught a series of science courses. Tim has a background in Biology, for which he earned his degree from Wheeling Jesuit, and he has his teaching certification from Notre Dame of Maryland. With a substantial history in faith-based education, including a diploma from Mt. St. Joseph in Baltimore, he is looking forward to joining the Episcopal school tradition and becoming part of the SP teaching and coaching family.
Howard Schindler | profile
Howard began his teaching career at St. Paul's in 1976 as a Middle School science teacher and later transitioned to the Upper School science department. Beginning with the 2014 school year, Howard is Dean of Students in addition to teaching his forensic science course. Howard is also one of the faculty advisors to the Peer Leadership Program. Howard has a BSE degree in Health Education and MS degree from Johns Hopkins University. Married with two children (Mark SP ’00, Allison SPSG ’02) Howard enjoys cycling, reading and working in the garden in his free time. Howard is an adjunct professor at Stevenson University where he teaches traditional and online forensic science courses and has recently published Science Sleuths: Solving Mysteries Using Scientific Inquiry (Prufrock Press 2009).