Amy Gawron, B.A.


Mrs. Amy Gawron graduated from Franciscan University with a B.S. in Elementary Education. After having a family, she was blessed to be able to homeschool her six children for many years.  Eventually, she came to love a beautiful Catholic school in Providence, RI and entrusted the kids to the care of the Nashville Dominican sisters. During this time she was still blessed to stay home with her little ones while volunteering extensively in the school. One highlight from this time was writing and directing a play of the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe for the students, teaching them to commit to memory the words of Our Lady to St. Juan Diego, “Do not fear any illness, anxiety, or pain. Am I not here who is your mother? Are you not in the folds of my mantle, in the crossing of my arms? Is there anything else you need?”

In 2016, she moved to Ave Maria with her family and a large group of extended family that included her mom and two siblings!  Her six kids all entered Donahue Academy, the youngest in Kindergarten and the oldest as a senior in high school. Amy signed up to help substitute teach and was soon asked to assist in first grade as a co-teacher. When Donahue added a pre-k program the following year, Amy was invited to be the head teacher. She finds great joy in welcoming the littlest ones into the Donahue family.



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