Principal – Amanda Lund

Assistant Principal – Sr. Kathleen Stafford
Sr. Kathleen was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She spent the early years of her life in mid-Ohio, moving to Bay City, Michigan, during the summer before she began fifth grade. Her family joined Visitation Church, and she attended the parish school from fifth through twelfth-grade graduation.
Sr. Kathleen entered the Daughters of Charity in Emmitsburg, Maryland, attending St. Joseph College through her formative years. She majored in Education with minors in English and Social Studies. Her teaching career took her to Youngstown, Ohio; Birmingham, Alabama; and Lake Zurich, Illinois.
Sr. Kathleen received her Master’s Degree in Education and a Certificate in Advanced Studies and Supervision through National College of Education (now called Lewis University). She served as principal in Princeton, LaSalle, and Chicago (all in Illinois) and Saginaw, Michigan.
After ministering in education for 48 years, Sr. Kathleen was asked to come to Christ the King School as a semi-retired Assistant Principal. She has thoroughly enjoyed her service as an educator, and will continue to do so as long as she is able and making a positive contribution to the school.
Sr. Kathleen’s interests outside of school include travel, gardening, swimming, bird watching, and a variety of craft activities.

Secretary – Prentis Parker

Office Assistant – Veronica Moore

School Counselor – Mary Johnson

Kindergarten – Beth Pillon

1st Grade – Stephanie Bully

2nd Grade – Gayle Fichtner

3rd Grade – Judy Brooks
Judy Brooks has enjoyed teaching at Christ the King for 25 years. She has a husband, Bill, two grown children, and two beautiful granddaughters. Her goal as a teacher is to let the students know that they are loved, and to keep their expectations high. She strives to instill in them a realization of their value to the future of our democracy and the world.

4th Grade – Jenny Gold
Ms. Gold is the fourth-grade teacher. It is her first year at Christ the King. She is originally from New York but loves exploring new parts of the country and world. She even spent some time living and teaching in Ecuador! In her spare time, she likes playing the violin and hiking. 

5th Grade – Matilda Taylor
Matilda Taylor, our fifth-grade teacher, has been teaching at Christ the King since 2015.  Before coming to CK,  she taught grades 2-6 in Detroit Public Schools where she also served as a Social Studies Instructional Specialist.   Ms. Taylor has been an active member of the CK family throughout the years as both a parent and an after-school sewing instructor. A favorite quote is, “Every child needs a champion – or two- or three- or more.”

Middle School – Anne Brown
“Love is patient, love is kind” is one of Mrs. Brown’s very favorite quotes. This quote inspires her when she is feeling down and how she tries to live her life. Ann Brown has been teaching 30 years, retired from public school and got bored because teaching is her passion. She decided to go back into it. The Lord lead her to Christ the King because she was offered many jobs but decided to come teach here and has not regretted it. She loves her job and the students she teaches. She loves to make learning fun and tries to use laughter in her classes. She is a project-based teacher, and if you come into her class you might see projects going on, group work, or students working with a partner.

Middle School – Christina Carlson

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