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Dedicated Faculty + Staff

The Dedicated Faculty + Staff of Cathedral of St. Raymond School

At the heart of St. Raymond’s rigorous curriculum is an inspired, dedicated and experienced faculty and staff. St. Ray’s teachers are recognized for their commitment to our Catholic faith, as well as for their skill, enthusiasm and care for their students. They serve as the role models and mentors you would want for your children.

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  • Our teachers have an average of 15 years of experience.
  • The faculty and staff of St. Raymond model life-long learning by participating in different opportunities that allow them to grow as educators: from professional workshops to professional readings and collaborative coaching cycles; they are driven and seek excellence in their instruction with students.
  • Every year our teachers find meaningful ways to give back to the community. Each February, we gather as a faculty and staff to serve dinner to the residents of Daybreak Shelter.  In addition, the faculty and staff can be seen giving back to the community on their own:  mentoring through Big Brothers Big Sisters, coordinating drive-by Santa and collecting toys for the children’s hospital, building a sandbox at our local park.  Many also lector and serve as Eucharistic ministers at St. Raymond and in their own parishes.

Our teachers take their responsibility of forming saints seriously.  It is the heart of our work.  We are excited to partner with every family who walks through our door to help raise children who are the best example of Christ’s love.

Meet Our Staff

One School, One Book: Join us!

It’s our second annual “One School, One Book!” After a week of hints and build up, we are excited to...

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Stations of the Cross 2021

As is a St. Ray’s tradition, Mrs. Bialko and our fourth graders came together to lead our school community through...

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Apply now!

Are you considering a St. Raymond’s education for your child? Space is available for in-person learning for the 2021-2022 school...

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