Mary Cartier, ’08

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Biographical Info

Mrs. Mary Cartier graduated with her Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Mathematics with a minor in Secondary Education from the DeSales University. Her time there also included a semester of study in Rome. Upon graduation she became a mathematics instructor at Pius X High School educating 7th, 8th, and 12th graders in the subjects of Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and Honors Calculus 1.

The following year, Mrs. Cartier wished to not only share her knowledge of Mathematics but also her faith.  She joined the St. Jane’s School family for three years where she instructed 7th and 8th graders in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and 7th grade Religion.  In 2016, she had the pleasure of joining her home parish , Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in Bath, PA, as an middle school instructor of Mathematics and Religion. In 2017, she became the Director of Religious Education as well at Sacred Heart Parish. She then began teaching mathematics at Notre Dame High School in 2019.

Additionally, Mrs. Cartier serves as the secretary of Juventutem Lehigh Valley, a local chapter of Fœderatio Internationalis Juventutem.  The international young adult organization works closely with the Diocese of Allentown to promote the sanctification of youth through the mass in the Exraordinary Form.

Mrs. Cartier and her husband are proud graduates of Notre Dame High School Class of 2008.  They both continue to cherish the memories and friends they made during their four years of formation at NDHS.  Mrs. Cartier is happy to be home at her Alma Mater again with the sons and daughter of Notre Dame.  Always faithful, loyal, and true.

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