Principal Andrew Currier came to St. Adalbert Catholic School from St. Joseph Regional Catholic School in the Archdiocese of Washington where he was the principal for four years. Andrew Currier received his B.A. in English Literature from Grand Valley State University and received his M.Ed. in secondary education from the University of Notre Dame. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Education from Catholic University of America in Washington DC.
Jenny O'Donnell is the assistant principal and helps teach middle school math. She also leads the Madrinas and Padrinos parent program here at St. Adalbert School. She attended the University of Notre Dame and received a Bachelors in Psychology and Spanish. She went on to get her M.Ed. in elementary education while teaching in Brownsville, Texas with the Notre Dame ACE Program. She is certified to teach K-6, MS Math, ENL and has taught a little bit of everything in Santiago, Chile; Chicago, IL; and Texas. As the school's "data queen" her goal is to establish a community of learners who are both responsible and active in the learning process through the use of data.