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Diocese of Memphis Catholic Schools


Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Mrs. Janet M. Donato

(901) 373-1221

(901) 373-1219

Assistant Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Mrs. Kristi Baird

(901) 373-1206

President of Jubilee Catholic Schools Network

Dr. David Hill

(901) 373-1253

Director of School Counseling / Social Work Services

Dr. Colleen Butterick

(901) 373-1219

Community Relations Coordinator

Mrs. Mary Helen Carmack

(901) 373-1205

Schools Accountant

Mrs. Nancy Eddins

(901) 373-1225

Food Service Coordinator

Mrs. Shirley Forte-Mathena

(901) 373-1220

Administrative Assistant

Mrs. Tallie Hodges

(901) 373-1219


The Catholic Diocese of Memphis, Tennessee, System of Catholic Schools is committed to quality education in the spirit of Christ in accordance with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

Working in partnership with parents and families, we are dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing environment while preparing our students for the future through spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional and moral formation.

System Belief Statements

  1. Students need to develop a deep understanding of essential knowledge and skills, but also need to develop the capacity to apply their learning and to reason, solve problems and produce quality work.
  2. Each student is a valued individual with unique spiritual, physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs.
  3. A safe, supportive and nurturing learning environment promotes student achievement.
  4. A chief priority of our Catholic system is education in the Catholic faith and the faith development of our students.
  5. Achievement of high academic standards is expected of all students.
  6. Worship, the sacraments and prayer are essential components of the Catholic schools.
  7. The success of our school system depends upon the commitment of all personnel (administration, teachers, and support staff) to high quality standards, expectations and performances.
  8. Effective collaboration and communication with families as partners in the education of their children is essential to the success of our school system.
  9. Catholic schools recognize parents and families as the primary educators of their children.
  10. The development of curriculum, design of instructional activities and the use of assessment measures are focused on learning opportunities and feedback to assist student achievement.
Catholic Schools: Educating our youth in truth for the honor and glory of God and for the salvation of souls.


Educating our youth in truth for the honor and glory of God and for the salvation of souls.

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