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~ Mary, Be Our Vision ~

Mrs. Colleen Woehlcke
Classroom 4A


  • No School on Monday, January 20th~Martin Luther King Day 
  • Catholic Schools Week Service Project~The Color Craze Food Drive begins on Tuesday, January 21st and will end on Friday, January 31st. The fourth grade students have been asked to collect nonperishable food items with a yellow label. Any donations would be greatly appreciated! Thanks for your support!
  • Due to cold and flu season, 4A is running low on our supply of tissues and Clorox wipes. Any donations would be greatly appreciated!!
    Thanks so much!!


Thursday~Physical Education

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I am a proud product of the Philadelphia Archdiocesan Catholic School System. I graduated from St. Jude School in Chalfont and attended Lansdale Catholic High School where I graduated in 1994. I went on to pursue my Bachelors of Science degree in Elementary Education at Gwynedd-Mercy College and graduated in 1998. As you can see, Catholic education is very important to me and I am forever thankful to my parents for making so many sacrifices in order to give me that gift. My teaching career began nineteen years ago at St. Stanislaus School and I am very grateful to be able to continue my love for teaching here at Mater Dei.  Over those nineteen years, I have had the opportunity to teach Kindergarten, 2nd grade, 4th grade, and 6th grade. I am also a wife and mother. My husband, John, is as committed to Catholic education as I am. He is also a product of sixteen years of Catholic schooling and has been a high school English teacher for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for the past twenty-one years. He currently teaches English at Archbishop Carroll High School. My daughter, Courtney, is a proud 2016 graduate of Mater Dei Catholic School and will begin her senior year of high school at Archbishop Carroll this fall.

Mater Dei Catholic School

Mary, Be Our Vision as we develop the values of Faith, Excellence, Service, and Community.




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