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Three 5th grade dads are coming together for a unique, one-time only, fundraiser for OLA.
Brazos Donaho's band "Up and to the Right"
Mark Skorlich's "Cover Girls"
will be performing at Michael O'Connor's club
The Brick & Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco.
Friday, February 19th * 7:30pm
Tickets are $25 per person in advance & $35 at the door.
Purchase tickets here:
Or drop by the OLA office if you'd like to write a check.
See you there!
Visit the website for upcoming information.
Thank you to all who helped to celebrate OLA during last week's Catholic Schools' Week Celebration. From the teachers' luncheon, staff brunch, and faculty/staff gifts to the various events organized throughout the week, it was a fantastic celebration of what makes OLA such an outstanding, faith-filled community! Ahnna Dudley, Denise Rich and Christina Shoup worked hard all week to ensure all members of our school community felt deeply appreciated. Our wonderful teachers, in particularly Mrs. Borella, Ms. Pastor, and Mrs. Sico, also worked tirelessly to organize the Catholic Schools' Week events. Thank you, thank you!
Friday's Grandparents & Grand-Friends' Day was an enormous success. Thank you to Kelly Carcione and Vicki Gee for organizing the day. The 5th grade class, along with Ms. Pastor and Mrs. Haupt, led our school community and guests through the Mass, reflecting on the many gifts our Grandparents and Grand-Friends give us.
This Friday is a student holiday, while the faculty and I attend the Archdiocesan K-8 Curriculum Day in San Francisco to learn more about our transition to ELA Common Core.
Next week, our WCEA/WASC Visiting Team will be on campus on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, to gather evidence and observe our school community in order to finish their Report and Findings and recommend a term of accreditation. It will be a wonderful opportunity to showcase what we do here at OLA, as well as see all our hard work on the self study these last 18 months come to successful end.
Next Wednesday is formal uniform as we begin the season of Lent with Ash Wednesday Mass. I will be talking more about the season of Lent and ways that our students will be mindful of this solemn season in next week's bulletin.