Bianca Kizy (Jiddou) is a 2003 OLR graduate. She went on to Mercy High School and then to get her doctorate from Wayne State University. Bianca is an ophthalmologist. We love a Raven success story!
The fourth graders enjoyed their retreat this past Wednesday! The parable of “The Good Samaritan” helped them to explore the topics of kindness and helping those in need. They decorated rocks to share with their classmates to act out the theme “Love Your Neighbor”. OLR learns so much about God at our grade level monthly retreats!
The middle schoolers are creating maps and coding Ozobots to follow a specific route on them!
“Be Kind to Others”
Sunday, January 26th through Friday, January 31st
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Happy New Year OLR families,
Welcome back! Hopefully your family enjoyed a wonderful Christmas and New Year holiday together. It was exciting to see all our Ravens come back into school this morning all relaxed and ready to start a new calendar year of learning! With the completion of the Parish’s new organ, we will return to our regular Wednesday school mass times starting on the 8th, so hopefully we will see you in attendance those mornings, starting at 8:15. Also, remember to spread the word that we will have our Open House to kick off Catholic Schools Week on Sunday, January 26th from 10 AM – 1 PM. Our best reference for future students is our own families, so if you know of any great additions we can bring to OLR, let them know to come by and visit! Have a great week and once again, welcome back!
The students enjoyed a visit from St. Nick. Thanks for telling us the story of your life and for leaving a treat in our shoes!
The 2nd Grade Wax Museum was a huge success! They looked awesome and learned so much about many successful people. Great job 2nd graders!
Mrs. Engler’s class is learning about germination. The students arranged their sprouting seeds by appearance to get a better understanding of how seeds change as they germinate.
The fourth graders learned about the Day of the Dead in Spanish class. The ofrenda that they made paid tribute to their family members that have passed away while leaning about the history of Spanish culture. The middle schoolers celebrated the day by making sugar skulls. What a great learning experience!