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Radiant Peace – Olive Branch Project

The Student Council members, the Global Innovations teacher, the guidance counselor, and the Learning Coordinator worked together to create a school wide project on Radiant Peace as a part of the Olive Branch Project. Students discussed symbols of forgiveness, how inner peace is essential in being able to radiate peace to others, and techniques to use in order to keep […]

A love letter to St. Martha

Ah, February – the month dedicated to all things love. To celebrate, we asked our students, parents, teachers and staff what they loved most about St. Martha. We took what they told us and turned it into a love letter to St. Martha. It’s a long and love-filled list! Enjoy!  Cultivating Curiosity “St. Martha prepares children for the future by […]

Cultivating 21st Century Skills through educational innovation

At a recent professional development day, St. Martha faculty got to share with one another how they are incorporating technology and other innovative techniques into the classroom! Teachers got to explore all of the technologies available at St. Martha and learn how they could apply them in different different content areas including AR, VR, Makey Makey, Osmo, Squishy Circuits, Tinkercad, […]

MAP @ Martha for the WIN

As we embark on the next phase of MAP testing at St. Martha today, we wanted to explore a bit more of what the new MAP test is and the ways we’re using the data to create more personalized approaches to instruction, tailored to student’s needs. This school year, the Archdiocese of Louisville has moved away from utilizing the Terra […]

Advent Recap: A season of giving, sharing, awaiting & celebrating

It’s been a busy Advent Season at St. Martha school! In case it was all a blur, we re-cap it for you here… We began our first week of Advent by introducing our Advent Challenge. Each day our students were given an act of kindness to complete. Our 3rd grade set a great example – sitting beside someone new at […]

Inaugural Rock-a-thon beats fundraising (and fun-raising!) goals

It’s hard to believe a month has gone by since St. Martha hosted it’s first-ever Rock-a-thon event! Check out this highlights video and the below blog post recap of all the details! The two-week program, powered by Boosterthon, kicked off with a Pep Rally on September 23. From there, each student was able to create their own pledge page using […]

Introducing: Rock Rooms!

Panthers. Monsters. Turtles. Bulldogs. Wolves. If you think these are Halloween costumes you might spot this week, think again! These are our Rock Room Mascots! New this year we’ve introduced “Rock Rooms” in our Middle School. Rock Rooms are a “house” system, where students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades work together to build community, succeed academically, and perform service, […]

St. Martha students named Louisville Magazine Super Kids!

We are beyond proud to announce that not one, but two St. Martha students have been selected as Super Kids by Louisville Magazine. Anabelle R. and Brookelynn G. will be featured in a special edition of the magazine in November. Here’s a bit more about these outstanding students: Anabelle R., 8th Grade This past summer I completed my Girl Scout […]

St. Martha’s Refresh Recap

Who doesn’t love a good HGTV-style, before-and-after reveal? If so, then this is the blog post for you! St. Martha’s sweet, 1960’s school and parish, tucked into our nostalgic Hikes Point neighborhood, is beloved. Our campus holds so many memories for families – many of whom who are now sending their 2nd or 3rd generation students to our school. But […]

Back to School 2019-20!

It’s been an exciting back-to-school time at St. Martha this year! Here’s a highlight of what’s been happening on campus: Students were welcomed back to school on Thursday, August 15, while parents enjoyed at BooHoo/Yahoo party in the parish office basement! Earlier in the week, faculty and staff joined together for a 2-day retreat – part preparation and professional development; […]