Teachers Encourage, Engage and Inspire Our Students
The goal of each of our faculty members is to help their students develop into active Christians, active learners, effective communicators and responsible citizens. Our dedicated and creative teachers work hard every day to encourage, engage and inspire our students. They develop academic skills in every child through the best teaching strategies for each child’s age and learning stye.
Collaborators, Community Builders and Faith Formers
Our teachers work collaboratively, are community builders, and faith formers.
Teachers work collaboratively within their own divisions to determine grade level goals and share instructional practices to best inspire all children. They work as a faculty to align school-wide learning outcomes from grade level to grade level.
Teachers are community builders who are educational leaders who work with other faculty members and the administration to determine policies, develop programs, and share in the responsibilities of school committee work for the betterment of teachers, parents and students.
Teachers are faith formers as they share in the creative design of liturgies, prayer services and retreats for the spiritual and faith development of our students.
Being Present, But Designing for the Future
Our teachers are always looking ahead. Primary school teachers look to the future to when every student reads with strong comprehension. Intermediate teachers build strong foundations of understanding for middle school classes. Middle school teachers prepare 8th graders to succeed in high school. Our challenging work at St Pat’s is being in the present even as we design for the future.Faculty and Staff Directory
Become a Substitute Teacher
Join our substitute teacher pool. A teaching background is not necessary. As long as you have a college degree we can help you obtain an emergency substitute certificate through the State of Washington.
If you are interested in helping us in our mission of nurturing an abiding Catholic faith, while pursuing academic excellence, please send us an email or call (253) 272-2297 ext. 4133.