Mrs. Judy Bailey
Librarian
Mrs. Bailey holds a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and a Master of Arts in Elementary Education from Northern Kentucky University. She has 37 years of experience in education with 35 of those years at St. Thomas School.  Mrs. Bailey has taught grades one through five and currently serves as our school librarian. She is married and has two wonderful children and three grandchildren.  In her spare time, Mrs. Bailey enjoys reading, cooking, sewing and needlework. She likes to work in her yard, walk and ride her bike.
Mrs. Jane Zapp
Physical Education
Mrs. Zapp has a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Ball State University and a Master of Arts in Elementary Education from Northern Kentucky University.  She has 28 years of teaching experience in K-8.  Mrs. Zapp has been at St. Thomas for 14 years.  She enjoys sailing, biking, exercising and reading in her off time.  She is a recipient of the Golden Apple Teacher Award and the ING Unsung Hero Award.
Ms. Coutney Osterhage
Art Instructor
Ms. Osterhage has a Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts and a Licensure in Visual Arts Education. She went to the college of DAAP at the University of Cincinnati. There, she concentrated in photography and fiber arts. This is her first year at St. Thomas In addition to teaching, she also coaches cross country at St. Mary, and helps out with St. Thomas’ team. Ms. Osterhage grew up in Alexandria, attending St. Mary and Bishop Brossart High School. In her free time she enjoys traveling, creating new artwork, listening to podcasts, and watching Netflix. 
Mr. Timothy Markey
Music Instructor
Mr. Markey is excited to be the new music teacher at St. Thomas School. He lives in Union, KY with his wife Jodie and daughter Lydia Emily Jean. Mr. Markey attended the University of Kentucky for his Bachelor’s of Music Education and Asbury University for his Master’s of Special Education. His main instrument is trumpet and he performs for weddings, social events and is a volunteer bugler for the Buglers Across America.
Orff-Schulwerk music teaching techniques, songs, recorders, and instruments are used in our music class on a regular basis.  
Mrs. Amanda Ankebauer
Spanish Teacher
Mrs. Amanda Ankenbauer will be teaching K-8 Spanish at St. Thomas this year. Graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a BA degree in Communication with a minor in Spanish. I have been speaking Spanish for fifteen years. Planning to attend NKU in the near future to pursue a Master's degree in Education.  I enjoy being active and taking vacations! I have a three-year old son and spending time with my family is my pride and joy. My goal for students learning to speak Spanish is to gain cultural awareness as well as discover the fun in learning a new language that will hopefully build a solid foundation for further education. I hope that tells you a little about me! I look forward to meeting you!