Mrs. Maryann Puls, Principal

Mrs. Puls is from Meyersdale, Pennsylvania. She was baptized into her Christian faith at St. John Lutheran Church, Accident, Maryland. Mrs. Puls was encouraged by her godparents to follow the Lord's calling to be a Lutheran school teacher. Her husband, Doug also taught and served as a teacher and administrator in Lutheran schools for 32 years.  They have been married since 1991. 

Mrs. Puls attended Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan where she earned her bachelor’s degree and her Lutheran Teacher’s Diploma. Mrs. Puls started teaching in 1990 and has served at St. Matthew Christian Academy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Emanuel Lutheran School, Patchogue, New York; and Our Savior New American School, Centereach, New York, (all Missouri Synod Lutheran schools).

In 2005, Mrs. Puls and her family moved to Levittown. Since 2005, Mrs. Puls has served as a teacher at Hope, and is now delighted to serve as Principal.  She enjoys gardening, baking, cooking, and spending time with her husband, Doug, and son, Nathanael.



Ms. Terri Rambo, Early-Childhood Learning Director

Ms. Rambo graduated from Bloomsburg University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and began her career in a preschool teaching three year olds.  When that school closed, she taught first grade at Immaculate Conception Catholic School for three years.

After she became a mom, she decided to stay home and watch other children along with her own. When her children were in middle school, Ms. Rambo began teaching at Hope Lutheran.  Four years later, in 2010, she became Director of the Preschool Program.    In 2018 she also became Interim Principal of the school.  

Although Ms. Rambo was born and raised in Levittown, she now lives to Tullytown.  After her son, Paul was graduated from Penn State University and her daughter Amanda was a junior at Bloomsburg University,  Ms. Rambo returned to school and earned her Pennsylvania Director Credential.  She feels Hope Lutheran is blessed with a wonderful staff and a great group of children and it is a pleasure to be working here.

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Ms. Cassandra Andujar

Administrative Assistant

Cassandra (pronounced Kuh-sahn-dra) Andujar (pronounced An-do-har) is from Morrisville, PA. She grew up as a Roman Catholic and spent her entire education in private Catholic schoolsHoly Trinity Catholic School, Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, and Chestnut Hill College. She became of member of Hope Lutheran Church in May 2023. She has worked at Hope Lutheran School since 2019.

Outside of Hope, Cassandra is involved locally with the Oakville Service Unit of Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. She is a co-leader in a multilevel troop consisting of girls from kindergarten up to 11th grade.