Ready to Scratch?

Scratch is a programming language developed at the MIT Media Lab and funded by several organizations including but not limited to the National Science Foundation, Microsoft, Intel Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Google, Iomega and MIT Media Lab research consortia.

Scratch allows you to create your own animated games, art and stories.

To learn more about Scratch and to download the program visit the link below.  Please remember to get permission from your parents prior to downloading any program to your computer or signing up for an account.

Fourth and Fifth Grade Website Evaluation Lesson

Click on the link below and read carefully through each page.  Follow the directions and compllete the worksheet distributed in class.

Historic St. Mary's City webquest

Click on the link below to locate the answers to your webquest:

Meet the Nuthead's printshop:

Health Class research sources

Below are a few website that should be helpful to complete your Health research project. You will need your login information to access the Discovery Education portal. Search for articles, encyclopedias or reading passages.

Ice cores


You can access Moodle by clicking on:

How to create a bibliography in MLA format

Below is a link to a brief video with step-by-step instructions on how to create a bibliography page in MLA format using EasyBib.

St. Louis School receives C3 Award

On Thursday, October 4th my school received the C3 Award for excellence in the areas of cyber ethics, cyber safety and cyber security. I am So honored to be part of this team!

Antibullying presentation

Dr. Catherine Bradshaw from the John Hopkins University for Prevention of Youth Violence presents powerful data in school bullying

C3 Conference

Dr. Lillian Lowery, Maryland State Superintendent of Schools delivers opening remarks on the seriousness of bullying.

Location:University of Maryland