Fr. Peter Patrick Kimani is the Pastor of St. Catherine and St. Sebastian Parishes. Fr. Peter Patrick is described by many who know him as a very kind, compassionate person eager to get to know the parish communities, their talents and abilities. It is anticipated that he will help us all move forward in faithful discipleship.  Read more about his fascinating background in this Catholic Herald article

Ms. Beal graduated with a B.A. in elementary education from the State University of Cortland in New York, and later earned a M.ED. in curriculum and instruction from National Louis University in Illinois. She has 25+ years of experience as a teacher in grades 4K through 8th grade; in addition, Ms. Beal has been a Resource Teacher and Instructional Coach. She has taught in several states and in Germany in a Department of Defense School.  Most recently, Ms. Beal joined the Seton Network in June 2016 as an Instructional Coach and is thrilled to now be the Dean of Instruction at St. Catherine School. She and her husband are the proud parents of six children- their youngest daughter is a teacher at Our Lady Queen of Peace, another Seton school- and grandparents of eight.

Ms. Cynthia Caldwell is our exceptional Office Manager. She comes to us from Northwest Catholic School and she has a long experience in customer service and students. Ms. Caldwell is a proud mother of school age children and she welcomes, supports and directs students and parents from the Main Office throughout the day.

I am excited to begin this journey with you. I have lived in California, most of my life, and love Los Angeles. When not at school, you will find me enjoying swimming, reptiles, baking, horseback riding, or hiking. I am privileged to be the mother of ten beautiful children. As we experience on this journey together, please remember we are on the same team and have the same goal. Together we make a difference!

I believe that every student has a right to learn in a safe and productive environment. I think that it’s my job as an educator to know my students’ strengths and weaknesses and what challenges them and exactly where they need to grow without pushing them over the edge. By the end of the school year, it is my goal that students leave feeling accomplished and proud of their experience in our classroom. With a positive attitude and a willing spirit, students can achieve anything they set their mind to in life.

Ms.Mcglothian is a passionate urban educator who loves to serve her community. One of her main focuses is to make sure her students see themselves in a positive light, this is accomplished by making sure things are culturally relevant. She is a no nonsense educator who lives to promote #blackgirlmagic and #blackexcellence!

Ms. Hines

Ms. Hines has a little over 5 years of art teaching experience. She has a bachelor degree from Ashland University. She started her teaching career in Cleveland, Ohio. She loves to inspire students to love art and love learning. Ms. Hines is very passionate about teaching all different kinds of art to help give her students an outlet to express themselves.

I have proudly served the children and families of the Greater Milwaukee Area for over 20 years and am very passionate about improving the legacy of learners in this city.  I truly believe that all students have the capacity to learn and that it’s our responsibility as parents, educators and other community members alike, to nurture and provide guidance for them.  I’m dedicated to spend continued time, resources and effort towards assisting our community in educating/promoting knowledgeable young men and women.  In doing so, I hope to strengthen families and therefore build strong communities within the city of Milwaukee.

My name is Edward Richerson and I’ve been in education since 1997. This is my first year at Saint Catherine, I work as the 6th through 8th-grade math teacher and Dean of Student Services.

Mr. Kelly Bradley our 5th grade teacher.He is the proud parent of two children Marcus ad Kellie Bradley. Mr. Bradley has been coaching high school football at Greenfield High School for 3 years and has a degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from National Louis University. Under his veteran leadership, Coach Bradley has taught all grade levels from 3rd-12th grade for 16 years. Mr. Bradley believes every student has a birthright to a first-class education. “I am eager to begin God’s work with my colleagues because I truly believe that to do this work of caring and compassion which is what we are called to do. ”

Mrs. Tina is excited to use our “Cougar Camp” program as a platform to introduce new, in-depth hobbies and activities that our students may not have had access to otherwise. With a strong perspective of continuing education beyond the classroom, she wants to get our students thinking outside the box – via music, art, language, movement, and more. Mrs. Tina empowers students to develop and share their thoughts and ambitions through radical self-expression. Born and raised in the city of Milwaukee, she is committed to the success of students at St. Catherine.

My name is Ms. Caldwell. I am the Pre-K teacher, and I have had the privilege of being a part of Saint Catherine since 2019. Together with a team of amazing and creative teachers, I am committed to providing your family with a loving and developmentally sound foundation for a lifetime of learning. At Saint Catherine School, we strive to create and maintain an environment where your child can grow and thrive while exploring the world around them. Thank you for sharing your precious children with us!
Mr. Uttke has been a band teacher since 2007 around southeastern Wisconsin. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside with a Bachelor of Arts. In 2016 he started transitioning to general music, getting his license through UW-Oshkosh. He joined St. Catherine’s in 2018. He hopes to bring his love of music and working with students to the students of St. Catherine’s. Opening the minds of young students to music they may not have known existed and looking at music they love in a different way.