About Carol Dougherty
In 2008 I started my journey here at St. Linus and have been loving every minute of it. I have spent my time teaching early childhood, specifically preschool the last few years. My love of reading is what led me to get my Master's Degree in Reading and Reading Specialist certificate. I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, and baking.
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Preschool’s Friendship Fruit Salad

March 9, 2018

Last week Mrs. Dougherty’s class finished their letter Ff unit and made Friendship Fruit Salad.  The children learned that every person is unique and has special talents and gifts from God and that if we […]

Sunsational Summer Camp

March 2, 2018

2018 Summer Camp forms can be found on Mrs. Dougherty’s class website: https://sites.google.com/a/stlinusschool.org/preschool/ Summer Camp at St. Linus is a lot of fun!  It helps the children meet new friends and keep in touch with […]


January 12, 2018

Mrs. Dougherty’s class started their Winter Wonderland theme this week.  The children are learning fun facts about penguins, waddling around the room like a penguin, learning fun songs about penguins, and they can be seen here painting […]

Community Helpers

December 1, 2017

Preschool started our Community Helper theme with a visit from Sergeant Moran.  He talked with the kids about safety, strangers, and the importance of knowing our phone numbers and address.  The kids loved having him […]

Ghost Rockets!

October 31, 2017

In Mrs. Dougherty’s class we ended our Halloween theme by doing some cool science experiments.  One of the class favorites was our ghost rockets.  It was hard to capture the actual rocket exploding into the […]

Preschool Apple Week!

October 3, 2017

We had fun celebrating our apple theme last week with lots of apple activities.  Apple tasting and making homemade applesauce in a crock pot were the class favorites.  The children loved tasting the applesauce and […]

Our Five Senses

September 7, 2017

To help learn about the letter Ss and our five senses the preschoolers used their sense of touch to feel moon sand and their sense of taste to describe a sour lemon.

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