Where Children Matter Most
Classroom teachers at St. Mary are dedicated to the care and education of the whole child. The classroom teaching experience of our faculty averages 20+ years – more than 35 percent of our teachers hold Master’s Degrees or post-graduate credits. All Religion Teachers are certified catechists with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Each teacher works closely with the principal and specialists to develop the full potential of each child.
Parents are the primary educators of their children and their involvement in our school is applauded and appreciated. We encourage parents to work within the classrooms, computer lab, library, cafeteria, and playground, to serve as resources, attend conferences, and give input to the teachers and principal about the school program. Parents and teachers are partners in education and, only by working together, can the best possible results be achieved for our children.
Our school complies with the Decree on Child Protection as promulgated by the Archbishop of Cincinnati. Our fingerprinting policy includes manual fingerprinting for employees and electronic background checks for all employees and volunteers.
St. Mary School Profile
|Pastor||Fr. Ken Schartz|
|Administrative Assistant||Lisa Koslovksy|
|Development Director||Beth Mock|
|Average Class Size||30|
|Student: Teacher Ratio||17:1 (15:1 Kindergarten)|
|Homeroom Teachers||18 – two homerooms per grade|
|Physical Education||Lindsey Steuer|
|Technology Coordinator||Ann Buehler|
|Remedial Reading||Jane Ursic|
|Honors Algebra||Cathy Venezia|
|School Psychologist||Myra Thomas|
|Speech/Hearing Pathologist||Elaine Bishop|
|Before & After School Care||Donna Haithcoat|