Mrs. Kristen Mikilas

Years teaching: 11 years in education; 9
 years at St. Paul.

Biography:  I love teaching kindergarten because I get to watch each child grow and develop through the year. I enjoy teaching at St. Paul Parish School because I am able to share my faith with my students and co-workers.

Contact me:
Phone: (541) 344-1401 ext.108

Mrs. Debbie McIlveen
Instructional Assistant

Years teaching: 15 years in education;
6 years at St. Paul.

Biography: I have had the opportunity of working with children in the classroom and in the supplemental education setting for ten years.  I recognized the unique spirit and strong character of St. Paul students, staff, and parents and felt a desire to contribute even more to the mission of St. Paul.  I love inspiring children to express their creativity, develop life skills, and to do their personal best.  

Contact me:
Phone: (541) 344-1401 ext.108

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Welcome! The natural inclination of the kindergartener is to explore and discover. Our kindergarten program strives to nurture this drive by providing a joyful, stimulating and reassuring atmosphere.

Kindergarten creates a firm academic foundation. Our kindergarten students learn through thematic units that connect reading, math, science, social studies and art. We also connect our curriculum with the real world by offering experiences such as trips to the pumpkin patch.

Our religion program fosters the spiritual growth of each kindergartener. Students study liturgical seasons, and basic Catholic values and learn about God’s love for all His creations. Kindergarten students also participate in monthly all school Masses and annually host one Mass.

We look forward to a year of joy and accomplishments as your children explore for themselves, the world around them and God.


God’s creation, saints, families, Stations of the Cross, church seasons

Language Arts
Sight words, rhyming words, phonemic awareness, letter formation, upper and lower case letters, concepts of print

Numerical awareness, patterns, addition, subtraction, 2 and 3 dimensional shapes, graphing, measurement

Living and non-living things, senses, solar system

Fire safety, Second Steps, Talking About Touching, Called to Protect

Social Studies
Communities, rules, presidents, map skills, the first Thanksgiving, geography, being responsible citizens

Art and Music
Art activities throughout the day develop cognitive, social, and motor abilities. The fundamentals of music are taught through singing, moving, and playing together.

Welcome to Kindergarten!


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