Kelley Taylor '01, 6th Grade Language Arts & Religion
Year Started: 2009
Mrs. Taylor has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Middle School English and Language Arts from Georgetown College. She also has a Master's degree in Teacher Leadership with an endorsement in Gifted Education from Georgetown College. Mrs. Taylor was awarded the Region 11 (Central KY) Outstanding Civic Education Leadership award and was named a Kentucky Colonel in March 2011. She was also named Edmodian of the Year for 2013. Mrs. Taylor has had a paperless classroom since 2011. She serves on the school’s discipline committee.
Sarah Clements, 7th Grade Language Arts & Religion
Year Started: 2014
Having attended Catholic schools K-12, Mrs. Clements made an intentional effort to return to them as a professional. After a successful time in business and event planning, she found her true calling in the classroom and is now completing the MAT at MSU.
Karie Boneau, 8th Grade Language Arts & Religion
Year Started: 1993
Mrs. Boneau has Bachelor of Arts in English literature from the University of Cincinnati and a Master's degree in Education from the University of Kentucky. As the eighth grade religion teacher, Mrs. Boneau teaches and directs faith formation for eighth graders receiving Confirmation. She is also the liaison with Lexington Catholic High School, preparing students for their placement tests and other high school-related activities. In 2010, Mrs. Boneau was named Catechist of the Year in the Diocese of Lexington. She also serves on the Spiritual Life Committee at CKS.
David Gibson, Mathematics
Year Started: 2014
After serving as a professor at Midway College and Chair of the Teacher Education Department, Mr. Gibson returned to his roots as a Middle School Math teacher. Mr. Gibson played an integral role on the KTIP teams of a number of Christ the King faculty before joining our ranks himself.
Lori Saunier, Mathematics
Year Started: 2012
Ms.Saunier has a Bachelor’s degree from U.K. and Master's degrees from E.K.U. and the University of Dayton. Ms. Saunier sponsors the CKS Math Team and serves on the Environmental Committee at CKS.
Kathy Leonard, Science
Year Started: 2003
Ms. Leonard has a Bachelor of Science in geology from Allegheny College and a Master of Science in geology from the University of South Carolina. She returned to graduate school and earned her Rank 1 Teacher Certification in middle school science and secondary earth science at the University of Kentucky. Ms. Leonard earned the 2010-11 Cambellsville University "Excellence in Teaching" award and the 2011-12 University of Kentucky "Teacher Who Made A Difference" award. She sponsors the CKS Green Team, an environmental club for students in fifth through eighth grades, and she serves on the faculty Environmental Committee.
Andy Dombrowski, Social Studies
Year Started: 2011
Mr. Dombrowski received a bachelor’s degree in history with a concentration in secondary education from Nazareth College in Rochester, New York. He also has a Master’s Degree in School Leadership from the University of the Cumberlands. Originally from Corning, New York, he now calls Lexington his new home. Mr. Dombrowski currently teaches sixth grade geography, seventh grade world history, and eighth grade American history. He has a passion for history and instills that passion into every student. Mr. Dombrowski also enjoys being able to incorporate technology in his classroom to its fullest potential. In his classroom, students implement their iPads every day, using them for note taking, creation of projects, and compiling research. He is the Christ the King School sponsor of Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA), the eighth grade trip to Washington, DC, and the Coach for the Academic Team. In addition Mr. Dombrowski works closely with the eighth graders as they prepare for Confirmation and Graduation.