Sandra Bostwick

2nd Grade Teacher
Sandra Bostwick graduated from SUNY at Cortland with degree in teaching (Grades N, K - 6)  In the two years following graduation, she taught remedial reading and math to students in grades 1 - 8.  After moving to the Cape, Sandra opened her own nursery school in Provincetown. Later, Sandra decided to teach in the public school, and over the next 34 years taught K, 1st grade, remedial reading, and preschool in the Provincetown Schools.  Within that time period, she also became mother to a son and adopted two daughters.

Sandra shares, "I came to Trinity Christian Academy in the Spring of 2016 and began subbing in grades PK - 6.  I was amazed and surprised by the positive differences in working in a Christian school versus a public setting.  You can imagine my delight to be hired as the second grade teacher for the upcoming 2016 - 2017 school year.  I am truly thrilled to become part of such an excellent staff and a wonderful school community that does so much for its students."

Mary Browne

Physical Education
Mrs. Mary Browne earned a BS in Health Education at the University of Utah.  Her experiences include being a Health and Fitness Coach, Skiing Instructor, and Program Director for a Racquetball Center.  Mary loves children and has also enjoyed teaching Sunday School at her church, tutoring and teaching reading to students.  She is also a Wellness Coach at the Cape Cod YMCA in Hyannis.  Mary and her husband, Doug have three children. 

Kelly Byrnes

Elementary Lead Teacher
4th Grade Teacher
As Elementary Lead Teacher, Kelly Byrnes assists with curriculum development, peer mentoring, and teacher observations for grades 1-6. 

Mrs. Byrnes found peace reminiscing about many of her former teachers and the profound impact they left on her heart. It was because of them that she knew she wanted to become a teacher. She graduated from Bridgewater State College with a B.S. in Elementary Education and Psychology.  Kelly joined the Trinity faculty right out of college in 2005, where she taught fourth grade for a year. At the end of the school year she decided to go back to school to begin her master’s degree. Three years later, in His perfect timing, the Lord led her back through the doors of TCA and she has been teaching fourth grade since 2008. Kelly is happily married to her high school sweetheart and she is the proud mother of her son, Jacob and daugher, Madison.  When not teaching, she enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, vacationing in the White Mountains of New Hampshire where she takes pleasure in activities such as hiking, snowboarding, all things autumn, and cheering on her favorite team, the Patriots!  

Jill Christian

3rd Grade Teacher
 Jill’s education and teaching experiences include Reading, Elementary Education and Special Education.  She earned her Masters of Teaching from Salem State University and her Bachelor of Science (Elementary and Special Education) from Salve Regina University.  She taught at Ezra H. Baker School for seven years and most recently taught first and second grades for three years at Veritas Academy (Cape Cod).  Her curriculum experience includes phonics, language, and spelling using both the Abeka and Fundations programs, both of which are used at TCA. Jill resides in Forestdale with her husband and two children and they attend Grace Harbor Church.  She is excited to be part of the TCA Community.  

Kim Durvett

Pre-K Teacher
Kim earned her B.A. from Stonehill College.  She joined the TCA faculty in 2010. During her time here she has taught 1st grade, 2nd grade, tutored and administered DIBELS Reading assessments.  Since 2014, Kim has enjoyed teaching 2nd grade.  She has a strong background in phonics and her training includes Wilson Fundations.  

Pam Hitchins

5th & 6th Grade Teacher 
Pam taught at TCA from 2001-2008. In 2008, she moved to Mississippi where she was a staff writer for The Vicksburg Post.  She returned to Cape Cod in early 2015 and has substitute taught at TCA since.  Pam has several credits toward a Master's degree from Bridgewater State College, a B.A. in English from the University of California, and a teaching certificate from MS in Elementary Education.  Pam also was a reading and writing teacher at Henry T. Wing Elementary School and a Staff Writer for The Sandwich Broadsider.  

Karen Mackiewicz

Art Grades 1-12
"Mrs. Mack", as her students affectionately call her, is a dynamic teacher with more than 20 years of experience teaching grades K-12 2-D and 3-D design with an emphasis in skill building. Since joining the faculty in 2011, high school students have won 2 Gold Keys, 6 Silver Keys and 3 Honorable Mentions in the Boston Scholastic Art Contest. She developed a comprehensive skill based curriculum for grades 6, 7, and 8 for the Barnstable public school using project based assessment tools integrating art history, art discovery, art interpretation for all ability levels. She has a long and impressive resume that includes being nominated teacher of the year at Oak Ridge School in Sandwich. Mrs. Mack earned a B.F.A. in Art Education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and is certified to teach K-12 Art. Besides teaching at Trinity, Mrs. Mack is a practicing mural artist with work in New York, RI and MA.

Donna Morin

Team Teacher
Grades 5 & 6 
Math and History
Donna came to Trinity in 2014 with over 25 years of teaching experience, many of which included teaching 5th and 6th grades.  Earning both degrees from Eastern Nazarene College, she holds a M.Ed in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Administration and a B.S. in Elementary Education with a minor in Special Education. Donna and her husband, Tom have two children: Emily, who is a junior at Eastern Nazarene College and David, a sophomore at Trinity.  She and her family are active members of Marstons Mills Community Church.  Donna enjoys family time, reading, walking, sudukos and music. 

Arlene Reed

1st Grade Teacher
Arlene Reed joined our faculty in 2013 and is certified as a teacher by Association of Christian Schools International and by Massachusetts and Missouri. She received her BA from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida and has over 30 years teaching experience.  As a Cape Cod native from Wellfleet, Arlene has a son serving in the US Navy and a daughter who teaches Kindergarten. Arlene's teaching philosophy is best summed up in the following quote:  "I believe the key components in a positive classroom environment are love and respect. Students who feel loved and accepted will achieve more and participate more in class. It is the teacher’s responsibility to create a warm, nurturing atmosphere for the students. A teacher should be a model of Christianity by pouring out God’s love to the children.”

Andrew Taylor 

Grades 5-12
Music, UL Choir,
Computers and Yearbook 
Prior to joining the TCA staff in 2009, Mr. Taylor completed his undergraduate degree at Biola University in La Mirada, CA. There Mr. Taylor earned a BA in Music Composition, and a minor in Biblical Studies. Among his regular activities of enjoyment are participating in leading musical worship in church, popular music songwriting, recording and production, discovering valuable new music for his own and his students' enjoyment, increasing his knowledge about computer hardware & software, and discovering any occasion where technology can be used to enhance the musical process and our perception of the wonder of God's created universe. Overall, his favorite aspect of teaching at Trinity is spending time with the students.

Inna Taylor 

Elementary Spanish 
Inna Taylor joined our faculty in 2011.  She teaches Spanish to grades 1-6.  She is a graduate of National Aviation University in Kiev, Ukraine where she earned a Specialist Degree (equivalent to a United States Bachelor's Degree) in Document Science and Information Activity.  She also has taken graduate courses in Nonprofit Management at both the University of Maryland College and Simmons College.  She holds a teaching certificate for Early Elementary Education from Association of Christian Schools International.   In addition to her teaching responsibilities at TCA, Mrs. Taylor works as a substitute teacher at Cape Cod Child Development, teaches Sunday School and works with her husband as a Youth Leader at their church.

Rose Tineo

Pre-K Aide
Rose joined the TCA staff  in 2017 as the Pre-K classroom aide.  Rose and her husband, Fausto Tineo have been married for 11 years and their  two children both attend Trinity. 

Marnie Trombi

Early Childhood Lead Teacher Kindergarten Teacher
As Early Childhood Lead Teacher, Mrs. Marnie Trombi assists with curriculum development, peer mentoring, and teacher observations. 

Marnie has been teaching at Trinity since 2002.  She earned a B.S. in Elementary Education (Pre-K-3) from Westfield State College and earned a Masters in Reading at Gordon College in 2013.  Marnie is also an associate member of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators with an interest in helping students with reading difficulties. Marnie loves the Lord and she loves teaching Kindergarten students!  She feels she is blessed to be part of such a wonderful "family" of co-workers, parents and students at TCA! She and her husband, Nick have a happy, busy son, Caleb Joe.

Megan Williams

Elementary Teacher Assistant
Megan Williams joined the faculty in 2017.  She graduated from the University of Maine.  In addition to teaching third grade for 2 years at Trinity, her previous experience includes four years as a 3rd grade teacher in public school and grades 5/6 at Veritas Academy.  She and her husband live on the Cape and have two young children.

Nathaniel Wordell

Pre-K - 4th Grade Music
Mr. Nathaniel B. Wordell is a graduate of the American Boychoir in Princeton, New Jersey, the High Mowing School, in Wilton, New Hampshire, and received a B.A. degree from Barrington College in Barrington, Rhode Island.  While in college, he met and later married his wife, Joy.  Mr. Wordell taught vocal music and theater arts for grades K – 12 in the Chatham school system for 35 years.  His choirs have performed at Lincoln Center, the Washington National Cathedral, and the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.  His current interests are gardening, pottery, cooking, and music.