Faculty at St. Dominic School
Mrs. Breunig has served as Principal since 2002. Prior to coming to St. Dominic, she taught English at Marion County High School for nine years. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Western Kentucky University, a Master’s degree from the University of Kentucky and a Rank I in Administration from Eastern Kentucky University. A Marion County native, Mrs. Breunig attended St. Augustine Grade School and Marion Co. High School. She lives in Springfield with her husband, Larry, and two sons, Jack and Reed. She is an avid UK fan (Go Cats!) and especially loves attending UK football games and tailgating with her family. She also enjoys watching her children play sports.
Mrs. Smith has been the Office Manager at St. Dominic School since January 2011. Prior to coming to St. Dominic, she worked in the Washington County School system as Secretary/Records Clerk at Washington County High School for 31 years. Mrs. Smith said that one of the things that she enjoys the most here at St. Dominic is having the opportunity to meet the children of the students who went to Washington County when she was there. Mrs. Smith is married to Bill Smith and has two children: Michele, who teaches at Washington County High School and William Brian, who is married to Tiffany and teaches at West Marion Elementary. She also has two grandsons, Jerod and Bryce. In her spare time Mrs. Smith enjoys cooking, shopping, going to football games and spending time with her family.
Ms. Drury has been teaching Science to all grades since 2018.
Mrs. Fenwick has been the Health/P.E. teacher at St. Dominic School since 2002. She is also employed part-time at Hale-Polin-Robinson Funeral Home as a licensed embalmer and funeral director. She is married to Steve and has two children, Dallas and Teresa. Mrs. Fenwick spends her spare time as a St. Dominic CCD teacher, Youth Group leader, K4J activity leader, Grief Support leader and girls’ basketball and softball coach. She is an avid U of L fan, enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with family and friends. Mrs. Fenwick also loves turtles.
Mrs. Graves started is the Pre-K (3 year olds), the Director of Preschool and of the After School Program (ASP). “Mrs. Crystal” is married for to Michael Graves and has one daughter, Celeste, and a son, Connor. She holds an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from St. Catharine College. In her spare time, Mrs. Graves enjoys spending time with her family, outdoor activities and reading.
Mrs. Graves has been teaching at St. Dominic School since 1996. She also taught preschool at Small World Daycare in Springfield for eight years. She is married to Tim and has two daughters, Elizabeth (Tyler) and Emilee (Brooks), and one son, Jacob. They reside in Springfield. In her spare time, Mrs. Graves enjoys getting on the computer, reading, cooking and spending time with her family. Over the past 20 plus years at Saint Dominic, she feels as though she has a second family. Mrs. Graves graduated from Campbellsville University with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. She also received her Master’s degree from Campbellsville University.
Inez Hamilton Grider
Mrs. Grider started teaching as a second career in 2005 after having worked as a bank examiner for the State and as an account manager for Armour Foods. She currently teaches Technology (K-8); Pre-Algebra (7th); Algebra (8th); and Language Arts (8th). Mrs. Grider holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Kentucky and a Masters in Teaching from Bellarmine University. She attended St. Dominic School as did her husband, Jerry, and her two sons, Bob and Mark.
Mrs. King has been at St Dominic since 2019 but has 27 years experience teaching.
Mrs. Lynch has been an Instructional Assistant at St. Dominic School since 2000. Before coming to St. Dominic, she worked in banking. She is married to Tom Lynch and has one daughter, Emma Lou. They reside in Springfield. In her spare time, Mrs. Lynch enjoys reading, cooking, travel and spending time with her family. She is originally from Pennsylvania and returns there every summer to visit.
Mrs. Mattingly has been the custodian and safety coordinator at St. Dominic School since 2005. Before coming to St. Dominic, Mrs. Mattingly returned to college at St. Catharine where she received her Associate in Applied Science degree, majoring in the Medical Office Assistant program. She is married to Tim and has two children, Travis and Lauren, and she resides in Springfield. In her spare time, Mrs. Mattingly enjoys quilting, sports, coaching and spending time with her family.
Mrs. Mattingly began her teaching career in 1998 teaching preschool in the Bardstown City School system. After one year of preschool, she moved to kindergarten where she taught for six years. As she and her husband, Brian (’89), began growing their family, Mrs. Mattingly became a stay-at-home mom. Their children, Luke 18, Cole 16, Emma 15, and Anna Leigh 11, have all attended or are still attending St. Dominic School. In addition to their children, the family also has a very spoiled goldendoodle, Dash. Mrs. Mattingly received her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Campbellsville University and her Masters Degree in Reading Specialty from Eastern Kentucky University. Since returning to the classroom in 2017, Mrs. Mattingly views her job as her vocation, a way to pass on our Catholic faith to the children of our parish and school. Most of her spare time is spent cheering her kids on in their various sporting events.
Mrs. Deanna has been teaching Kindergarten at St. Dominic School since 2012. She is married to Michael McElroy and has one daughter, Kaylee Grace, and a stepson, Cody. She and her family reside in Marion County. A graduate of St. Dominic School, Mrs. Deanna is happy to return “home” to work with some of her former teachers. In her spare time, Mrs. Deanna enjoys walking, spending time with her family and friends, reading, and looking for new, engaging ideas on Teacher Pay Teachers and Pinterest to use in the classroom. She has earned both her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and her Master’s degree from Campbellsville University.
Ms. Mudd teaches Middle School Social Studies and Religion. Ms. Mudd believes the best part about teaching is the relationships that she has with her students. She has been married to Austin for 17 years and has two children, Shelby and JoHanna. Ms. Mudd’s favorite past time is spending time with her family. She also loves to read, bake, watch her girls play sports and repair antique picture frames.
Mrs. Murphy teaches our Preschool class and is the Sunday School Religion teacher. She also is in charge of K4J which serves preK thru 6.
Mrs. Reed teaches music, art, and middle school Spanish and has been teaching at St. Dominic since 2013. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Transylvania University in Piano Performance and a Master of Music in Music Education from the University of Kentucky. She is also Level I and II certified in Orff Schulwerk music training. She and her husband Matthew enjoy raising their three children. Her hobbies include playing the piano, singing, and sewing!
Mrs. Sallee is the 3rd grade teacher at St. Dominic School.
Anne Margaret Taylor
Mrs. Taylor joined St Dominic in 2019 but comes with 27 years of teaching in both public and Catholic schools.
Mrs. Walker is the Title I Reading/Literacy teacher at St. Dominic. Before working at St. Dominic, Mrs. Walker taught for 27 years in the Washington Co. School system. She is married to Eric Walker and has two children, Joshua (Jacqueline) and Erica. She has two grandsons, Ethan and Colin, who attend St. Dominic. Some of Mrs. Walker’s hobbies include reading, walking for exercise and watching movies on the Hallmark Channel. She loves UK but is not allowed to watch them play on TV because they always lose when she does!