• MS Tech Lab



Formal technology classes for students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade provide time for students to not only improve their computer literacy skills, but also to grow tech-related confidence and learn to use technology in an ethical and responsible way. It is the philosophy and goal of St. Clement’s that skills learned in technology classes will enhance the student’s higher level thinking skills and transfer to learning in other subject areas.,  We encourage academically challenging, hands-on learning experiences across the curriculum to foster problem solving, critical and logical thinking, gathering and filtering information, and creating authentic products of knowledge.
Technology units of study listed by division include:
  • Early Childhood:  Digital Citizenship, Keyboarding Skills, Mouse Skills, Coding and Robotics, and Digital Art
  • Lower School:  Digital Citizenship and Online Research Skills, Keyboarding, Word Processing, Coding and Robotics, Digital Art, Stop Motion Animation (fourth), Spreadsheets (fourth)
  • Middle School:  Formatting and Editing Word Processing Documents, Email and File Management, Keyboarding, Coding and Robotics, Presenting Information with Digital Elements, Digital Art, Digital Citizenship and Online Research
In addition to offering designated tech class spaces, our two computer labs serve as learning spaces for the school’s after-school fall First Lego League robotics teams. The robotic tables contain student-built competition structures, which are another highlight of the labs. 
With access to computers and people from all around the world comes the potential availability of material that may not be considered to be of educational value in the context of the school setting, or that may be harmful. St. Clement’s School is “Friendly Wi-Fi” certified, which means that appropriate filtering of Internet content is in place within our campus network.

Wildcat Technology Team

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Priscilla Pelking

    Mrs. Priscilla Pelking 

    Director of Curriculum and Innovative Technology
    University of Texas at El Paso - Master of Education
    Baylor University - Bachelor of Science in Education
  • Photo of Paige Mandell

    Mrs. Paige Mandell 

    Academic Technology Specialist
    Wayland Baptist University - Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Photo of Norma Martinez

    Mrs. Norma Martinez 

    Data Manager and Tech Support Specialist
Technology Team Vision
for St. Clement's Parish School

St. Clement's will prepare students for life-long learning in a knowledge-based, global society where technology is an integral element of daily life and work. We are committed to encouraging and facilitating the use of technology in ways that support student learning and achievement, improve efficiency of school operations, and encourage communication among all constituents of our school community.

St. Clement's Parish School

St. Clement's School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS) and the Texas Education Agency through the Texas Private School Accrediting Commission (TEPSAC).