Students in Grade 4 spent this week researching and learning about the judicial branch. They researched members of the The Legislative Branch, The Executive Branch and The Judicial Branch at the local, state and federal levels using their IPADS. Students learned about the leaders of Enfield, Connecticut and America.
In a recent study, leading prevention expert David Finkelhor found that about one in six adolescents are sexually harassed every year (Finkelhor, Turner, Shattuck, & Hamby, 2013). This is affirmed in the media’s almost daily recounting of new incidents of peer bullying and victimization. These incidents occur both in person and online. Given the pervasive presence of the Internet and social media in the lives of adolescents, this study offers valuable information to caring adults and parents as they encourage and support teens and youth who are navigating the mine field that is “growing up” in today’s society.Read More...
What Sets Us Apart From The Rest
Why Choose Saint Martha School
Saint Martha School is committed to providing a rigorous academic curriculum based on the teachings of the Catholic Church, infused with Catholic social teachings, rooted in basic skills and coupled with innovative programs that prepare our students with 21st century skills. The curriculum aligns with national standards and corresponds to the high expectations set by the Archdiocese of Hartford.
From the earliest grades, students are engaged in a balanced academic program, emphasizing both a structured approach to education and a creative and engaging style of teaching and learning. Attention is given to all different learning styles of the students. While close attention is given to the "basics" in education, students are also taught to have an appreciation for the fine arts and an understanding of technology as a tool for enhanced learning.