3rd Graders Learn About Native American Legends
Mrs. Murphy’s 3rg graders explored Michigan Native American legends in an exciting way! They gathered around a “campfire” in their dimly lit classroom and shared the legend of how the Manitou Islands were formed in our state. Another legend shared was “The Rabbit, the Moon and the Stars”. This engaging and creative activity is just one of the ways our OLR 3rd graders learn about Michigan’s history.
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Introduction to Our Lady of Refuge Parish School
OLR offers a Catholic Christ-centered education comprised of a strong, fully accredited core curriculum complimented by classes in Religion, Music, Art, Spanish, Computer Skills, and Physical Education, a wide range of sports and school activities as well as before and after school care programs that are available to meet the needs of working parents.
We have also incorporatedt performing arts into our electives and implementing a new math program called “Everyday Math,” which incorporates all of the common core math standards, manipulatives, math games and on-line components.
Learn more about Our Lady of Refuge School – OLR School Brochure (pdf)
Contact our principal, Robert Pyles, at 248-682-3422 or email@example.com for more information and to schedule a visit.