Our new P.E. teacher was born in Ohio and moved to Baltimore when she was three-years-old. She now lives in her dream home, an old stone house in Cascade, with her husband, 2 children (Travis, MSS ’11, a Freshman at Shephard, and Nora, MSS ’13, who is starting her sophomore year ), 6 chickens, 2 hamsters, and a cat. She loves working with children because they have an openness that adults grow out of. Rhona has a passion for fitness and health, and is a certified personal trainer. When she is not at MSS teaching the students to be healthy, you can find her at Ft. Richie Community Center, where she’s been a personal trainer and fitness instructor for the past 12 years. Rhona is always up for a good challenge. She loves to bike ride and kayak, as well as sing and dance.
The tournament is organized by the Little Family to benefit the Jack and Shirley Little Scholarship Fund here at Mother Seton School. It began as a memorial to Jack and Shirley, whose six children were educated at MSS in the 1970s and 1980s. The Littles were grateful for the help they received, and it was their wish to pay that assistance forward by helping other families meet their tuition needs. “We want to continue to help Mother Seton School grow and thrive, and not have money be an issue (for those families who wish to enroll),” said Tony Little, MSS Class of 1978. He joins his siblings—Tim, Mary Lou, Pam, Scott, and Ed—in a commitment to continue their parents’ dream. To date, the tournament has provided over $52,000 in scholarships to MSS students so far.
This is just one example of the phenomenal generosity of our alumni, and why we always say that Mother Seton School is more than just a school community–it’s a family.
We’d love for you to come out and play a round with us! You can register online or download a brochure and mail your registration in. We also have sponsorship opportunities–promote your business while supporting a great cause. For more information, visit the Angels Above page on our website.