Mr. David P DeSalvo
MST, University of New Hampshire
Seminary, University of the South School of Theology
Dave has been teaching in boarding schools for over 30 years. He began teaching English and mathematics, running boys’ and girls’ corridors, serving as Assistant Dean of Students and coaching. At St. Andrew’s, Dave has taught a number of different math subjects, from Algebra 1 through AP Calculus and Statistics, and he has coached soccer, football and baseball. He has also advised the yearbook and Social Activities Committee, served on the Honor Committee and advised the St. Andrew’s classes of 1991 and 1997. Dave served as a lay chaplain for 10 years and was ordained in the Episcopal Church in 2003. Since that time he has officiated services at St. Andrew’s and led student service trips to Honduras, South Africa, Nicaragua and New Orleans.
Dave is a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the National Association of Episcopal Schools, and The National High School Baseball Coaches Association.
Dave is interested in art, music, cooking, and community service. He and his wife, Mary, a fourth-grade teacher at St. Anne’s Episcopal School, live in a faculty home overlooking Noxontown Pond.
Their two sons, Andrew and Richard, graduated from St. Andrew's in 2000 and 2004.