Assistant Principal: Carole Mundt
Today St. Bernard Parish Schools would like to recognize Chalmette High School Assistant Principal Carole Mundt. Ms. Mundt is a dynamic administrator who has devoted several decades to serving the students and teachers of CHS. She most closely works with curriculum and faculty in her capacity as assistant principal, but her warm smile, cheerful disposition, and incredible sense of Owl Pride is recognized by all who cross her path.
"Ms. Mundt is a dynamic and cheerful leader. She offers a wealth of encouragement and enthusiasm, as well as support and coaching. She also manages the delicate balance of remaining professional while also demonstrating interest and investment in one's personal life. Her gift of gab is so often a highlight of the day for so many. I consider myself lucky to work with and for such a passionate individual."
-Gerardo Vazquez, English teacher
"Ms. Mundt is the type of leader that others aspire to be. She leads with integrity, compassion, honesty, rigor, humility, and humor. Chalmette High School is an amazing place for both students and teachers because of her hard work and dedication. She is always willing to lend an ear to her staff members who are looking for advice or guidance, and her support is truly appreciated by all. One can only hope to make the educational impact that she has made during her years at CHS."
-Jill Schofield, Instructional Coach
"Ms. Mundt is the epitome of a perfect principal. Every time I see her in the hallway, I am reminded of all the wonderful ways she has made Chalmette High a brighter and better place to continue my high school career."
-Dylan Fuselier, 11th grade student
"Ms. Mundt is Chalmette High’s original cheerleader. Her longevity and dedication to duty have made her an institution here at CHS. Her quick wit, friendly attitude, and attention to detail are just a few of the ideal qualities which make her a gifted educator and a remarkable leader. Her wealth of experience, as an educator and administrator, have provided her with the knowledge and understanding required to be able to successfully guide both experienced and fledgling educators. She truly epitomizes the team player."
-Brenda Boleware, CHS Librarian