Principal- Our Lady of Victory Catholic School, Victoria, TX
Born at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Houston, TX, Sister Laura made her appearance as the third child and second daughter to Anne Rose Sablatura and Raymond Patrick Toman. Later the family would grow to six children.
Sr. Laura received her elementary education at Ganado Public School in grades one through four and then transferred to Assumption Catholic School when it opened and was in the first 8th grade class to graduate from Assumption School. After 8th grade, Sr. Laura entered Nazareth Convent to begin her studies as a Sister of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament in Victoria, TX. After graduating from Nazareth Academy, Sister Laura began her college work at Annunciation Junior College at Incarnate Word Convent in Victoria and then went on complete her Bachelor of Arts degree from Our Lady of the Lake College (now University) in San Antonio. Sister Laura received her Masters in Educational Administration from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State) in San Marcos.
Sister Laura has spent close to 50 years as a teacher and then principal in St. Michael School in Cuero, Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Selma, Sacred Heart School in Floresville, St. Patrick School in Dallas, St. Michael School in Weimar and is presently principal at Our Lady of Victory School in Victoria. She also spent a year of Sabbatical in New Hampshire and a month of missionary work in Kenya, Africa.