Technology in our School
St. Martha Catholic School is a leader in the integration of technology. Our classrooms are equipped with mobile ViewSonic panels and all students have a Chromebook to utilize 1:1 technology.
In addition to Chromebooks, students have access to a mobile lab of iPads. Classes in grades 2-8 integrate digital, collaborative workspaces through the use of Google Classroom. In addition, students have access to a STREAM lab with access to Ozobots, Dot & Dash robots, CUE robots, Virtual Reality, 3-D Computer Printing, Codapillar, Tiggly, Ozmo, SmartGurlz, and many other tech tools to learn coding and apply their learning creatively through digital design.
The ability to continually add technology at various levels depends primarily on donations and fundraisers throughout the school year. Our Annual Father Fausto Golf Cup is one of the primary funding sources, which has allowed us to purchase hardware and software, including Chromebook replacements, BrainPop, EasyBib, Adobe, Microsoft Office 365, WeVideo, Flocabulary, Newsela, MobyMax and many more.