Dear Parents and Guardians,
Here are some more important updates and upcoming events:
URGENT: Parent Survey
Deadline: Friday, October 20
Today, all parents with an accurate e-mail address in Option C received an e-mail inviting them to take an important survey about their experiences at Our Lady’s Catholic Academy. If you didn’t receive this e-mail, you can still take the survey by visiting this link:
You can also find this link on the front page of the website! Please be honest and critical when answering the questions. This survey is part of our ongoing accreditation process, and your opinions are crucial as we work toward making Our Lady’s Catholic Academy stronger every year.
OLCA Gives Back
$2 Dress Down for Leukemia Research
Wednesday, October 18
Some families have asked us if there is a color for leukemia research. It is orange, so that is a great color to wear for this special dress down!
Home Academy Association Meeting
& Boy Scouts Presentation
Thursday, October 19
Our first Home Academy Association meeting will include updates on the facility improvements, information on a new tuition management system, and a walkthrough of the accreditation process. The meeting will be followed by a presentation from the Boy Scouts, an organization that we will be hosting this year for the first time. We hope to see you there!
Friday, October 20
Grades N-2: 10 AM / Grades 3-8: 1 PM
ALL GRADES: GYM UNIFORM
Our big annual fundraising event is only days away! Parents are invited to join us this Friday as our students walk the perimeter of the OLCA campus. If you are VIRTUS trained, you may participate in the Walk! Thank you for your support of this fundraiser, and we hope it is a relief that you don’t have to sell candy or raffle tickets this year!
Progress Reports (Grades 2-8)
Monday, October 23
Students in Grades 2-8 will receive their first Progress Report of the year. It will be stapled into the Good News Planner. Please return with a parent signature!
United Nations Day Assembly
Tuesday, October 24
Our eighth annual U.N. Assembly is almost here! Students are encouraged to dress up in a way that reflects their country or countries of origin. This is one of our most special annual events, and we hope that you can join us, as parents and family members are always welcome!
Sincerely in Christ,
Mr. Kevin John Coyne, Principal & Mrs. Debra Eisenbraun, Assistant Principal