Catapult Learning is exciting to exhibit once again at the 2020 National ESEA Conference (formerly, the National Title I Conference). The event, happening on February 5th through February 7th in Atlanta, Georgia, is focusing on how combined efforts will lead us to ensure that all students have access to and receive the education and resources they need and deserve. Stop by Catapult Learning’s booth (booth #316) to learn more about how we partner with schools and districts to ensure all students receive the best educational experience possible through innovative and target approaches to learning. We are also excited to announce [...]
Catapult Learning is looking forward to exhibit at this year’s Torah Umesorah: Presidents Conference taking place from December 19th to the 22nd in Miami, Florida. We are excited to head to Florida for a weekend of connecting, learning, and teaching. Please stop by our booth to learn more about our newest programs and resource offerings.
Catapult Learning was a proud sponsor of this year’s Agudath Israel Convention taking place at the Crowne Plaza in Stamford, Connecticut. The Agudah convention is the place where the “Torah World” in the United States goes to discuss challenges, find solutions, and forge a path forward. More than 35,000 people took part in this year’s convention – whether it was virtually, or in person. Together, we are “Moving Forward”: in learning, advocacy, and our relationships with others. We look forward to next year’s convention.
Catapult Learning exhibited at this year’s Torah Umesorah: The Whole Child Convention & Expo in Lakewood, New Jersey. This year was the first time ever that Torah Umesorah and OnTrack co-hosted a local, affordable, 24-hour Chinuch Convention & Educational Expo. It was the largest tri-state Torah Educational Convention & Expo.
On October 31st we are having our annual Harvest Festival, and the Haunted House is always a huge hit!! This year some of our students got to help put it all together! The whole school is looking forward to seeing all of their hard work in action! Visit our website to learn more about Sierra School
3rd, 4th and 5th grade students were able to take a trip to Heritage High School in order to see a play about greek mythology put on by the high school students. Everyone had a great time and there were a lot of laughs to be had. Thank you to LPS for inviting us! Visit our website to learn more about the Nova Center Program
"Students, parents, and staff were able to take an afternoon to enjoy the Chatfield Farms Corn Maze. Food, fun and a chilly evening greeted all participants who came out on Friday night. Luckily, everyone made it out and no one is still caught in the maze. We believe strongly that learning and growth do not stop at our last bell. Please join us in the future for more community and family events!" Visit our website to learn more about the Nova Center Program
"At the Nova Center, we truly believe the kindness and teamwork will lead to better outcomes for students and staff all around. “What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?” – Jean-Jacques Rousseau Please join us in working towards teamwork, compassion, kindness throughout the school year!" Visit our website to learn more about the Nova Center Program
Guided by the expertise of Ms. Whitaker and Ms. Wimpee, the Nova High School students dove head first into Chemisty. Not only did they begin working through equations, but set the groundwork to begin a hands on lab science session looking at the properties of water! Visit our website to learn more about the Nova Center Program
On October 18th many of Maryland schools were closed for the Maryland State Education Association Conference (MSEA) in Ocean City. High Road Schools across the Eastern Shore took advantage of this day and took their learning and team building outside of the classroom. All staff came together to partake in team building activities and events. The group was separated into different teams and sent on a scavenger hunt around the area. Teams were able to work collaboratively together to accomplish goals and tasks and had some fun on the way. Teams also displayed some classroom spirit by dressing up and [...]