Mrs. Mary Lewis
A traditional Catholic school should show the students a love of God, His Holy Mother and the Saints by teaching the virtues of faith, hope and charity, respect for authority and the need for self-discipline and pride in honest hard work.
I am especially attached to St. Joseph as St. Thomas Aquinas tells us, “While Saints may be invoked for specific needs, St. Joseph will help us in all our needs.” Being the Patron Saint of Workers, it is critical we model St. Joseph’s example of being industrious and laboring well in our daily duties. I look to Saint Joseph’s powerful intercession with Jesus and the Blessed Mother to help fulfill my daily duties. In an age where fatherhood is severely attacked and undermined, Saint Joseph is a strong example of Christian manhood and meekness. While Saint Joseph was privileged beyond our comprehension by being daily in the presence of Jesus and the Blessed Mother, he was a man of great silence and humility. I have much to learn from his example to grow in holiness.
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration - Minor in Accounting
Cal State University, Long Beach
- 16 Years in Public & Private Accounting
- 26 Years as Principal
- 27 Years as an Educator
- All grade levels K – 12
- Religion, Math, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Consumer Math, American History
- Ancient History, Civics & Economics, Geography, Literature, Grammar