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St. Patrick Teacher Bios

The Center for Early Learning at St. Patrick:

Mary Neumeier

Mary Neumeier

Lead Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

Mary has worked for the St. Patrick preschool program for 10 years as director, preschool teacher, and now the lead pre-kindergarten teacher. Mary earned her Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Dayton. Mary has lived in troy with her husband, Sam, for 24 years. They have three children who all went to St. Patrick School. Mary loves seeing a child’s face light up when they learn something new! She especially loves teaching the children about France and the French Language.

Mary Ann Bick

Mary Ann Bick

Pre-Kindergarten Teacher Assistant

Mary Ann is in her 9th year as a teacher assistant for the St. Patrick preschool program. She and her husband, Tom, have two children, Adam who is a sophomore at the University of Toledo and Abby who is a freshman at Eastern Michigan University. Mary Ann loves watching her students grow within the classroom. She loves the children’s smiles and receiving hugs and artwork.

Kyrie Kellner

Kyrie’ Kellner

Lead Preschool Teacher

Kyrie’ has been teaching preschool at CFEL St. Patrick School for 2 years. She received her Associate’s degree from Edison Community College in 2016. She has spent many years working in preschool classroom, volunteering for early learning centers, and substitute teaching. Kyrie’ has a natural love of teaching and she enjoys watching children reach milestones.

Katie Jenkins

Preschool Teacher Assistant

This is Katie’s first year at CFEL St. Patrick School. Katie loves the hands on experience of learning through play with young students.

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The Center for Early Learning is a preschool and pre-kindergarten program designed to prepare students for kindergarten and beyond.
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"Children are a gift. Each one is unique and unrepeatable, and at the same time unmistakably linked to his or her roots." - Pope Francis
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“Children are a gift. Each one is unique and unrepeatable, and at the same time unmistakably linked to his or her roots.” – Pope Francis