Mr. William E. Schiller
Head of School
"Through the support of parents, staff and the community, The Arch Community School will become a place where students acquire the skills to be high achieving learners and community members."

Bill Schiller has been an educator for 35 years in both private and public education. For the last 24 years, he has been an administrator in Affton (1-year Intern), Mehlville (13 years), and the Webster Groves (10 years) school districts at the elementary level. Before that, he taught grades 3-8 for 11 years. 

He received two degrees and advance principal certification from UMSL:
BS Business Administration 1980, MA Special Education 1986, Advanced Principal’s Certification 1994

Ms. Tanisha Stanciel
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." -Nelson Mandela
Tanisha Stanciel is a  transplant to Saint Louis, MO.  Before relocating to Saint Louis, she attended Missouri Western State University in Saint Joseph, MO, and graduated with a BS degree in Communication/Public Relations. After deciding to pursue education, she was hired as a teacher's assistant within the Saint Joseph School District.  She received her teaching certification and a Master's in special education,-emotional and behavioral disorders from Walden University. After relocating to Saint Louis, she then pursued her administration certification from Lindenwood University.
Ms. Stanciel enjoys being a part of a team where all students succeed socially, emotionally, and academically within the educational setting. Helping students achieve their educational goals through differentiated learning is her passion. Ms. Stanciel has spent a great deal of time focusing intervention to assist all students to succeed at various learning levels. 
When she is not educating children, she enjoys spending time with her 12-year-old son.  She also has Alopecia Areata. Alopecia is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks the hair follicles.  Because of this, Ms. Stanciel is also the Greater Saint Louis area support group leader for the National Alopecia Areata Foundation, which is located in California. 
Mrs. Cara Halbert
Administrative Assistant

“The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you” – B. B. King




Ms. Lynn Ludwig
Kindergarten Teacher
Google Classroom
Ms. Elisabeth Ward
1st Grade Teacher
Google Classroom
Ms. Phalanda Travis
2nd Grade
Ms. Susie Wulfert
3rd Grade Teacher
Mr. Dawson Deckard
4th & 5th Grade Teacher
Ms. Karen Siekerman
4th & 5th Grade Teacher
Dejanna Blair
PE Teacher
Ms. Deborah Thuet
Tabitha Harrell
Reading Specialist
Ms. Cindy King-Carroll
Reading Intervintionist
Ms. Rhonda McSalley
Reading Intervintionist
Ms. Toni Mobley
Special Education
Ms. Emily Schiltz
Speech-Language Pathologist
Mr. Trevonte' Brock
Teaching Assistant
Ms. Ashley Green
Teaching Assistant/Behavior Specialist
Ms. Jenn McClure
BJC School-Based Counselor
Dr. Steve Brotherton
Curriculum Coordinator
Ms. Shanta Henderson
BAS Coordinator and Front Office Assistant
Ms. Elaina Furlan
Dateeral Williams
Teaching Assistant
Mykel Chambers
Teaching Assistant