Ms. Megan Selowentchich

  • English Teacher
  • Junior Class Advisor

  • Phone: 973.694.3702

  • selowentchichm@dpchs.org

  • Appointed: 2002

  • B.A. The University of Scranton - Strategic Communication and Communication Leadership

Ms. Selowentchich joined the DePaul Catholic family in 2002. As a member of the English department, she has taught all grades and levels across the curriculum. Presently, Ms. Selowentchich teaches Advanced Placement Language & Composition and senior and freshman English.

While at DePaul, she has been a member of the Faculty Liaison, Discipline, Liturgy, and Marketing committees, and is still a part of the National Honor Society’s Faculty Council. In addition, she has served on steering committees for the Middle States evaluation as well as been a select member of the technology team, assisting with Tablet PC training for students and staff, as well as overall professional development.

Although she can most often be found in the west wing, Ms. Selowentchich is involved with numerous extra-curricular clubs and organizations in and around the building. Currently, she is the Junior Class Council moderator and is in charge of the school’s Chess Club. In years past, she assisted with the organization of Student Government, moderated the school newspaper, facilitated the Book Club, The Round Table, Positive Thinkers Club, and acted as a co-moderator of the Youth Group. She has been a repeat contributor, segment leader, and dynamic team member for several religious retreats over the years.

In 2005, Ms. Selowentchich, as the faculty representative, and 39 DePaul students, attended the 20th World Youth Day, a Catholic youth festival in Cologne, Germany. It was the first apostolic journey for Pope Benedict XVI, who celebrated Mass with over one million faith-filled Pilgrims from all over the world. We have come to worship Him (Matthew 2:2).

During her tenure at DePaul Catholic, Ms. Selowentchich has been a member of the coaching staffs for the Girls Basketball and Softball teams as well as the founding coach of the Girls Lacrosse program, encouraging many Spartan ladies to pick up a lacrosse stick for the very first time. Outside of DePaul, Ms. Selowentchich coached Field Hockey at a public high school for 10 years, winning multiple state championships and garnering numerous team honors along the way.

Professional Affiliations:
National Catholic Educational Association
National Council of Teachers of English
United States Field Hockey Association