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~ Mary, Guide Our Hearts ~

Mrs. Jenn Martin
Classroom 5B


Spring Pictures are April 15th: Information went home today.

TITLE WISE: our seventh year, we are energized by the recognition as a 2018 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.  We invite you to honor this special occasion through our TitleWish Initiative, which will allow us to fill our media center with high-quality educational resources and books that will provide even more academic opportunities for our students. Please help us reach our goal of $2500.00 by clicking on the link below before May 3rd.  Each donation will be acknowledged with a special bookplate inside all of the newly purchased materials. Thank you for your help in allowing us to provide the best education for all of the students at Mater Dei Catholic School where we celebrate Faith, Excellence, Service, and Community every day!

MEMORY BOOK: ***Don’t forget to work on the Memory Book Page that was sent home in the manila envelope two weeks ago.  It is due Wednesday 4/17 So far we have only received 10 pages. Here is the link if you misplaced the envelope:  ****


Monday: Technology
Tuesday: Music
Wednesday: Gym
Thursday: Art
Friday: Spanish

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I am a proud alumnus of Archbishop Wood High School and Pennsylvania State University.  My twelve years of Catholic education have enabled me to be where I am today in my career.  I am a mother of two and have been teaching in the Archdiocese for twenty-three years. My career began at St. Bernard School in Philadelphia, PA. I taught sixth grade math & science. After moving to Perkasie, PA I joined the faculty of St. Agnes-Sacred Heart School in Hilltown, PA.  During my fifteen years at St. Agnes-Sacred Heart I taught fourth & fifth grades all subjects until its closing in June 2015.  This will be my third year at Mater Dei Catholic School.

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Mary, Guide Our Hearts as we develop the values of Faith, Excellence, Service, and Community.




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