Every young mind has a story, St. Martin’s lets it be heard!

Welcome to St. Martin’s Episcopal School!

Believing that every child is a precious gift from God, our mission is to provide quality early education in a nurturing Christian environment giving children a positive start to their educational journey.

School Events

  • Monday, Jan. 16 School Closed - MLK Day

  • Tuesday, Jan. 24 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm School Board Meeting

    in the east parish hall.

  • Thursday, Jan. 26 Rodeo Day

  • Tuesday, Feb. 7 Visit - Dentist

Curriculum

  • Monday, Jan. 16 Winter Wonderland

    Letters: U and C
    Numbers: 5 ,15
    Shapes: Star, Crescent
    Color: Yellow
    Activities: Learning about weather; snow, sleet, rain and ice. Talk about the Arctic, people and animals that live there and how they eat and stay warm. Discover, make and feel snow.
    Season: Winter
    Holiday: New Years, Epiphany, Martin Luther King Jr.,

  • Tuesday, Jan. 17 Winter Wonderland

    Letters: U and C
    Numbers: 5 ,15
    Shapes: Star, Crescent
    Color: Yellow
    Activities: Learning about weather; snow, sleet, rain and ice. Talk about the Arctic, people and animals that live there and how they eat and stay warm. Discover, make and feel snow.
    Season: Winter
    Holiday: New Years, Epiphany, Martin Luther King Jr.,

Posts

January school news

A new year brings new things to learn for our students! If you want to download our two-page newsletter and calendar, it’s here: January 2016 newsletter & calendar (PDF). Nut-free & latex-free school Please remember we are a NUT-FREE and LATEX-FREE school. This includes nuts, tree nuts & balloons. This information is in our parent handbook. If you pack a nut-alternative […]

December school news

We’re excited for what this month has in store for our students! See what our students will be learning, and see what activities we have in store for our families, too!

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"The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education." --Martin Luther King, Jr.

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SCHOOL CLOSED! In observance of Martin Luther King Day we will be closed Monday, January 16. ... See MoreSee Less

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