A Catholic community of dedicated teachers, parents, and students.
2825 Klondike Ln
Louisville, KY 40218
7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Monday to Friday
Preschool – Students in Pre-K learn how to use a mouse and keyboard, and play games to learn counting, colors, and their alphabet.
K- Students in Kindergarten learn how to use a mouse, including double click and right-click. They illustrate ideas using the proper software, such as TuxPaint and PowerPoint, and learn the layout of the keyboard.
1st Grade – Advanced usage of the keyboard, including shift, ctrl, and alt will be used. We will learn how to navigate webpages, and use words and graphics to tell a story, using Word and PowerPoint.
2nd Grade – Typing skills are introduced in second grade. They also start basic skills in Word, as well as search skills in Google.
3rd Grade – Saving documents to their proper location, including flash drives, are a skill learned in third grade. Novice word processing skills, such as formatting and heading, will be taught as well.
4th & 5th Grade – Fourth and fifth graders use a Google account and Chromebooks. They will learn how to use Google apps, including the drive to save files. Copy and Paste skills are taught, and full document skills are learned. Proper methods of research, including simple citations, are taught. More advanced document formatting is learned, including proper name/date headings using tabs.
6th – 8th Grade – Middle school have “full-time” use of a Chromebook, and are taught how to use a variety of programs and apps, including Docs, Slides, Keep, Drive, Forms, and Sheets. In the Elective classes, the middle school students learn the history of computers and video games, as well as participate in coding lessons.