Newsletter – March 11th
Hello OLR families,
We’re glad everyone remembered to move their clocks forward, since (almost) all students came to school on time today! It was great to see some parents attend our Internet Presentation Friday morning, you can never be too informed about the constantly changing concerns we have for the accessibility our children have to information. Please make sure you are doing all you can to monitor your child’s online behavior as it will avoid potential issues in the future.
The following elementary students are being recognized for their commitment to our theme of Being Kind and were chosen as March’s Student Leadership Award by their teacher:
Sergio Abro, Kindergarten, Miss Bickes
Noah Lousia, Kindergarten, Miss Bickes
John Marji, Kindergarten, Miss Ingweiller
Lucas Kathawa, First Grade, Mrs. Tahmouch
Madalyn Moss, First Grade, Miss Wolynski
Steven Kherkher, First Grade, Miss Wolynski
Jocelyn Yono, Second Grade, Miss Zeer
Jordan Barbat, Second Grade, Miss Zeer
Julian Kalasho, Second Grade, Miss Kerckaert
Anthony Antiwan, Second Grade, Miss Kerckaert
Gabe Yono, Third Grade, Mrs. Printz
Stella George, Third Grade, Mrs. Printz
Paris Pattah, Third Grade, Mrs. Murphy
Landon Zeer, Fourth Grade, Mrs. Garber
Noor Sheena, Fourth Grade, Mrs. Garber
Olivia McCue, Fourth Grade, Mrs. Martinez
Lourdes Abro, Fifth Grade, Mrs. Stec
Julian Yaldoo, Fifth Grade, Mrs. Stec
Jade Bacall, Fifth Grade, Mrs. Mulvany
Mavario Zoma, Fifth Grade, Mrs. Mulvany
Just a reminder that this week, there will be a Parents’ Club meeting on Wednesday at 7 PM in the Media Center and Fall registration for next school year is due on Friday. Enjoy the warmer temperatures as we get closer and closer to the official start of Spring!
8th Grade Optimist Speeches 2019
A big “thank you” to the 8th graders who shared their Optimist Speeches with the school today!
A special congratulations to our three winners:
- 1st place – Sophia Skellett
- 2nd place – Isabella Dimitroff
- 3rd place – Sagel Yono
Everyone did a truly fantastic job!
Introduction to Our Lady of Refuge Parish School
OLR offers a Catholic Christ-centered education comprised of a strong, fully accredited core curriculum complemented 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.
OLR has seen some major improvements in the past few years including a renovated Media Center equipped with an iPad lab, a new Performing Arts Center and the implementation of “Everyday Math” and “Literacy by Design” into our math and reading curriculums. OLR offers Catholic Christ centered education for students Pre-K (3, 4, 5 year olds) through 8th grade. We offer a strong, fully accredited core curriculum complimented by Religion, Music, Art, Spanish, Computers, Drama, Band and Physical Education classes. We are one of the few Elementary Schools that offer drama for students during the school day. We also provide a wide range of after school activities and athletic programs including football and lacrosse.
Learn more about Our Lady of Refuge School – OLR School Brochure (pdf)
Contact our principal, Robert Pyles, at 248-682-3422 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to schedule a visit.
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