Principal and Vice Principal’s Message 2016-2017
Pope Francis has declared 2016 a Jubilee Year of Mercy. Each day staff, students, parents and volunteers at St. Martha Catholic School contribute positively to our school community, using their gifts and talents to demonstrate mercy that welcomes, loves, forgives, lives the Gospel and rejoices.
Our students work hard on rich and engaging tasks, making use of technology at point of instruction to reinforce the essential skills of collaboration, critical thinking, communication, creativity and inquiry. It is our goal to prepare students for the rapidly changing, technology driven, globalized world around them. Our halls and walls are filled with student work that demonstrates high levels of student thinking and achievement.
We say “Welcome” to our Junior Kindergarten students and students new to our school from across Canada and around the world. We wish all students a healthy, productive and enriching school experience!
As the year gets underway and you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your child's teacher or the school administrators to schedule a time to meet. We are looking forward to a successful school year as partners in your child's educational experience!
Karen Moran Dianne LaFortune