Monday, April 3rd-

"Dolch Word" Homework
Begins (4 Pages)

Friday, April 7th-

Book Orders Due 
Monday, April 10th-
Monday, April 17th-   
Spring Break (No Classes)
Tuesday, April 18th-

Classes Resume :0)

Friday, April 21st-

Kindergarten Open House
(No Regular Classes For
Our Students)
Thursday, April 27th-Birthday Celebration  

Thursday, April 27th- 

St. Martha School Family
Dance @ 6:00 PM 

Friday, April 28th- 

PLF (No School) 


                             Mrs. Crawley's 


It is so hard to believe that soon we will beginning this special new school year together. I feel truly blessed to have this opportunity to teach your children and I am greatly looking forward to sharing this wonderful journey of our 2016-2017 school year with you all. Despite the unfortunate events that we have all faced this past May involving the wildfires; I hope you all have have had a safe and relaxing summer holiday with your families both near and far. I want to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for the warm welcome, for helping get our beautiful classroom ready, and for the continued support. It means the world to me and teaching is truly one of my greatest joys!!

I just want to share a little about myself with you. My husband Ryan and I are originally from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and moved to Fort McMurray ten years ago. We have a 2 year old beautiful baby boy (Hunter), and a 4 year old precious little girl (Chloe) and two adorable miniature schnauzers (Hannah and Chase). So there is never a dull moment in our household; that is quite for sure. 

I have taught eight years at Father Turcotte in grade five and this will be my fourth year teaching Kindergarten at St. Martha School. I received my Bachelor of Education; as well as my Masters of Education, from The University of Prince Edward Island. I am greatly looking forward to sharing this wonderful upcoming year of learning together.

                                Contact Information
                             Phone: (780) 799-5704


Apple School


Apple Schools are research intervention programs which work with schools to create healthy environments for our school communities. We look forward to providing continued support and guidance to our students, staff, parents and fellow community members to make healthy choices, the easy choice for their well being.  To learn more about this program and for a variety of wonderful and healthy ideas please visit:

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