YOU’RE A STAR!!
Every quarter, Piqua Catholic School chooses a student who goes above and beyond, not just academically, but through leadership and exemplary faith and compassion for their peers. So, we thought, “Why not do the same thing for our amazing teachers and staff?!”

For the First quarter of the 2022-2023 school year, Mrs. Amy Woehrmyer has been chosen as our “Outstanding Staff Member of the Quarter.” Congratulations to Mrs. Woehrmyer!
Mrs. Woehrmyer graduated from Minster High School in 2008 and then went on to graduate from Wright State University Lake campus for her undergraduate classes in 2010. Amy received her Master’s degree in Education from Wright State University in Dayton by 2011. Mrs. Woehrmyer is the third of six children, growing up in Minster, OH. Her parents still live in Minster and have a large cattle farm of about 3,500 cattle. Mrs. Woehrmyer used to milk cows every day when she was growing up. Her dad even had to leave her wedding to go home to milk the cows!
Mrs. Woehrmyer’s first job was to babysit her younger siblings and neighbor kids but then as she got older she began working at McDonalds in Minster where she continued to work through high school and college. She was hired at Piqua Catholic School in 2012 to teach math, science and religion. She is currently teaching math to all 5-8 graders and is in her 10th year of teaching at Piqua Catholic School! Woohoo!
Amy has been married to her husband, Rob, for 12 years. They have 3 boys that all attend Piqua Catholic- Landen is 10 years old and in the 4th grade, Carter is 8 years old and in the 2nd grade, and Lincoln is 4 years old and in Pre-K.
Amy and Rob lived in Ft. Loramie for a few years when they first got married and then moved to Piqua in 2013. They enjoy hiking, swimming, Frisbee Golf, trips to the beach and to Michigan. They also enjoy hosting backyard movie nights during the summer for all of the neighborhood kids. Fun!
 Amy’s love for teaching and education came when she was in the fourth grade at Minster Elementary School. Her Fourth Grade teacher was so kind and enthusiastic about teaching that it inspired her to become a teacher.
Every year before the first day of school, Mrs. Woehrymer makes sure that her classroom is decorated in a way that is inviting to all the students and makes it feel like home, and says a special prayer for a safe and successful school year.
 You will also see her volunteering to help with anything in the school and parish. She serves on the St. Boniface parish council, tutors our 2nd graders in math, and heads up our Student Council and Junior High Dances.

Thank you, Mrs Woehrmyer, for all that you do for Piqua Catholic School, and congratulations on being chosen as our Outstanding Staff Member of the Quarter!