Redmond Named RCMHS Track and Field and Cross Country Head Coach
July 3, 2024
Redmond Named RCMHS Track and Field and Cross Country Head Coach
July 3, 2024
Angela Sukmann Heise’s is from San Antonio, Texas. She is a cradle Catholic who attended St. Peter’s from preschool through 8th grade, and then graduated from Incarnate Word High School (an all-girls school), in 1992. She moved to the Mississippi Gulf Coast in 1993 and met her husband, Mike. They married in 1995 and started a family in 1999.
Mrs. Heise earned a B.A. in Art Education in 1999, and a M.A. in Secondary Education in 2004, both from William Carey University. She completed her Graduate Fine Art 30+ degree at Northwestern State University of Louisiana in 2021.
For 25 years, she worked in the Jackson County School District. During her tenure, she taught all different types of art classes, to include Advanced Placement (AP) 2D, 3D and Drawing Studio Art. In addition to teaching, she was the head varsity swim coach.
She is very excited to be teaching both middle school and high school art at RCS, as well as dual credit art appreciation through MGCCC. She says the best part about joining the RCS family is coming home to Catholic education and incorporating God in art! She cannot wait to teach students the importance of God and art in their life.
In addition to teaching and coaching, she has been a Mississippi licensed nail technician since 1994. She has worked part time at the family salon, Antonian Salon, since 1996.
“Mike and I have a son, Tripp, who proudly serves in the United States Navy. He is married to Nicole, and they are expecting their first child in November (my first grand baby!). We have a daughter, Juliana, who is a Civil Engineer at a local firm in Biloxi.”
Her hobbies include photography, art, reading, camping, traveling, family time, classic games and water sports. She lives by a few favorite quotes:
“Imagination is more important than knowledge”-Einstein
“Be the change you want to see in the world”-Ghandi
“Be the power of one” -A Heise
“You are never too old or young, rich or poor, bored or busy to be clean and educated” -A Heise
Welcome to RCS, Mrs. Heise!

 

Article written by Rising Sophomore Abby Panter