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About Our Admin Team

Kathryn Irvine


Ms. Kathryn Irvine is the Principal at West Vine Street School. Ms. Irvine received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree in Reading at Eastern CT State University, and a 6th Year Degree in Administration from Sacred Heart University. Ms. Irvine began her teaching career at Deans Mill School as an elementary classroom teacher. She taught grades 3, 4, and 5 for over 25 years before moving into her career in administration. Ms. Irvine was the Assistant Principal at West Vine Street School six years prior to becoming principal. 

Ms. Irvine is a proud graduate of Stonington High School and is thrilled to be named principal at West Vine Street School! She believes that Stonington students are remarkable and loves to see her former and current students achieve and shine. She believes in working hard to create a challenging, nurturing, safe, and engaging school environment for students and staff. Kathryn enjoys watching the Red Sox and Patriots, traveling with family, reading, and beach-combing.






AnneFay Sullivan

Assistant Principal

Mrs. AnneFay Sullivan is the Assistant Principal at West Vine Street School. Mrs. Sullivan received her Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Mathematics at Salve Regina University, a Master’s Degree and 6th Year Degree in Administration from Sacred Heart University, and a Superintendent of Schools Certification from Southern Connecticut State University. 

Mrs. Sullivan started her career as a Mathematics classroom teacher in Portsmouth, RI for 5 years. She started her Stonington career teaching at Stonington High School as a Mathematics classroom teacher and STEM Interdisciplinary Coordinator. She has also served in other roles in Stonington as the Assistant Principal for Mystic Middle School and Stonington Middle School. 

Mrs. Sullivan is proud to be a member of our wonderful West Vine Street School community!  Outside of school, AnneFay loves to spend time with her family, bake/cook, and read.