Barb PhelpsHybrid-Homeschool Liaison
Barb has been involved with the school since 1978, initially as a parent volunteer in her children’s classrooms and later teaching Art and Science. In 1989 she joined the staff, and has worked ever since in various administrative roles as well as teaching Math courses as needed. She received training as a biblical counselor and utilizes those skills as she serves at CLCS. She has a strong desire to support students, faculty, staff, and parents. She is married and has four adult children, all of whom are CLCS graduates. She and her husband are now raising four adopted school-aged children; two are current students, and two are alumni. In addition, two of her eleven grandchildren are currently enrolled at CLCS. During her spare time, she is the team leader with Cornell Companions Pet Visitation program at Cayuga Medical Center.
Alyssa Yengo9th Grade Teacher
A class of 1992 alumni, Alyssa returned to CLCS as a teacher in 2020. She previously taught a variety of grades and subjects across the country, while following her husband’s military career. With a BA in Geography and Economics and an MA in Education, Alyssa is the homeroom teacher for 9th grade, and teaches ELA and Global History. A mother to three daughters, Alyssa enjoys spending time with her family, running, gardening, and cooking.
Rob MonroeIT Support
Rob started volunteering in 2016, when his daughter entered the third grade at CLCS. He received a degree in CIS (Computer Information Systems) from TC3, and worked in the Computer field for ten years before retiring due to a military injury. Rob uses his understanding of technology to improve the quality of learning for students and teachers at CLCS. In his free time he volunteers at the Dryden Café, and enjoys riding his motorcycle, gaming and spending time with his family.