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Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School is dedicated to providing its students with an education rich in technology in order to prepare them for their futures in high school, university, and the workforce.  We have a technology curriculum which was written specifically for our school and is based on national technology standards. We are committed to  improving our infrastructure and providing equipment for both teachers and students in order to give our students a strong technology background and to give our teachers access to the best possible teaching materials and methodology.

Some of what Our Lady of Fatima School has to offer:

Little Warrior Lab

The Little Warrior Lab services grades Pre-Kindergarten 3 through Second grades on a weekly basis.  Students are introduced to technology skills to facilitate the student’s educational experience.  The teacher will instruct the proper and safe way to utilize technology.  The curriculum will integrate the student's education with tools to succeed in the future.  The Little Warrior Lab will set the foundation of a successful career path at OLF.  

The ISTE Technology Standards will be followed, ensuring a seamless curriculum.


A library/media center with a full set of MacBook Airs, an iPad Mobile Lab, a set of video cameras, an Interactive Flat Panel, full Destiny access, and numerous online resources

Interactive Whiteboards (Smart Boards) in Pre-K 4 and DEC Classrooms

Apple TVs and 70 inch Smart TVs in all classrooms.

A set of iPads for center instruction in all Pre-K through 2nd grade classrooms

MacBook Airs for a one-to-one blended learning environment in grades 6-8

3rd, 4th, & 5th grades have a shared MacBook Air Cart

FACTS School Management System to report grades and to bring school and classroom information to parents and students

A multimedia enrichment course that teaches students to use different forms of media and technology

Robotics and Computer Programming Electives

In addition, the school hosts Fatima Channel , a school media presentation that broadcasts school events, highlights happenings around the school, and allows both live and video presentations to be piped into the classrooms and other areas of the school. Student-created videos are presented to the student body regularly over the Fatima Channel in order to give information about upcoming special dress days, to lead the student body in prayer, to address the issue of bullying through anti-bullying videos, and to give information about club activities.