Welcome to Mrs. Provencher's
About Mrs. Provencher
We are excited to announce our new kindergarten teacher will be Kristen Provencher for the 2017-2018 school year. She joins Mrs. Setzler in the Kindergarten hallway. Formerly Kristen Drabek, she is a member of St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Newport, where she also attended elementary school. She is an active parishioner at St. Charles and is a Eucharistic Minister. After graduating 8th Grade from St. Charles, she attended St. Mary Catholic Central and is a member of the Class of 2010. Following high school, Kristen attended Madonna University where she was active as a student-athlete in softball and a member of the campus ministry team, the early childhood club, the Red Cross Club, and the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society. She is fully certified by the State of Michigan Department of Education.Mrs. Provencher previously taught Kindergarten at All Saints Academy in Canton. lives in Newport with her husband. She is very excited to become part of the MCES team.
Safe Snack Guidelines:
Our school is peanut free. Thank you for providing healthy snacks that ensure the safety of all our friends. You will find them on our school website.
The health and safety of our Monroe Catholic School students is our top priority. Due to the impact sugary snacks have on the health and behavior of our students, along with the sensitivity/severity of several types of allergies on both our St. Michael and St. John Campuses, edible birthday treats cannot be passed out at school.
Students that would like to bring in birthday treats for their classmates may share something that is non-edible such as pencils, stickers, small toys, etc. Edible birthday treats have too much of an impact on our school day and will be sent home if they are sent to school. We want our children to feel special on their big day but believe we can achieve this through non-edible treats and other special attention in their classroom. Thank you for you cooperation, understanding and attention to this policy.