Meet the Staff

Father Randy Campos
Pastor
Father Campos was appointed pastor pro tem on July 1 2011. Father Campos was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 2008.While at Saint John’s Seminary, Father Campos received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and a Master of Divinity Degree. Upon leaving the seminary Father Campos was assigned to Nativity Catholic Church and served as associate pastor for 3 years before accepting the role of pastor at Saint Gertrude the Great Church in Bell Gardens.

Ms. Mary Flock
Principal
Ms. Flock was hired as principal in July 2011. Ms. Flock is currently enrolled in the ISLA Program at Loyola Marymount University in order to obtain her Master’s degree in School Administration. Ms. Flock received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo. Prior to accepting the position as principal at Saint Gertrude the Great, Ms. Flock taught second grade for five years at Our Lady of Guadalupe School in La Habra. Ms. Flock moved to Saint Paul High School and became the Dean of Students.

Ms. Roberta Swann
8th grade homeroom teacher; 6th, 7th, 8th grade Literature teacher
Ms. Swann comes to us from St. Joseph’s High School. Ms. Swann holds her Multiple Subject Credential and a Masters in Administration. She has extensive classroom experience teaching both Literature and Math. Ms. Swann has been both an Elementary as well as a High School principal.

Mr. George Lozano
7th grade homeroom teacher; 6th, 7th, 8th grade Science teacher
Mr. Lozano is a seasoned teacher coming to us with 25+ years experience in classroom teaching. His experience includes being a Vice Principal at St. Benedicts Elementary School in Montebello, CA, Athletic Director, coaching various sports and coordinating various academic activities, including but not limited to the annual Science Fairs. He comes highly recommended by his past administrators and past students.

Mr. Daniel Marquez
6th grade homeroom teacher; 6th, 7th, 8th grade Math teacher
Mr. Marquez is a graduate of Cathedral High School in Los Angeles where he excelled in both academics and athletics. He attended West Virginia State University on a full athletic scholarship and graduated with honors. Mr. Marquez has been a successful Math tutor for the last 5 years specializing in the Jr. High Math curriculum.

Miss Rachelle Andrade
2nd/3rd grade combo teacher
Miss Andrade has a wealth of experience in both the public and private schools sectors. Miss Andrade possesses a Masters of Education from Whittier College as well as a Multiple Subject Teaching Clear Credential. Miss Andrade has 11 years teaching experience and has spent the last two years focused on teaching foundational skills including reading, writing, math and test-taking skills.

Mrs. Irene Moretine
Kindergarten teacher
Mrs. Moretine joins the St. Gertrude the Great community as an experienced teacher having spent 10+ years at the Kindergarten grade level. Mrs. Moretine holds a Masters of Education: Curriculum, a Multiple Subject Teaching Clear Credential and is in the process of completing a Reading Certificate Program at the University of Irvine. Mrs. Moretine’s experience includes being an Athletic Director, coaching various sports and coordinating various academic activities.

Mrs. Marcie Golchuk
Transitional Kindergarten (TK4) teacher
Mrs. Golchuk is a familiar face to St. Gertrude the Great Catholic School and was instrumental in several of the 2011-2012 school activities including the Scholastic Book Fair and Christmas Program. Mrs. Golchuk has several years of experience as a teacher’s aide at the primary grade level and has worked very hard this past year to obtain her early childhood certification.

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