“Hold fast to stars. Hold fast to the elusive, the intangible, the never-to-be-had. For stars fall from heaven sometimes, and kings are born in barns, and miracles rise up out of little things.” – ANONYMOUS – Catholic Teacher
In October, Mrs. T. Pianezza began reading stories about the virtue of Compassion to her class of Kindergarteners. She has always believed that, regardless of ... Continue reading "Kindergarteners at Our Lady of the Annunciation make “Hats for the Homeless”"
STEM MINDS™ is pleased to propose a 12 week STEAM Explorers program every Thursday from 12:00 – 1:00 from January 17 – April 11 at Our Lady of the Annunciation
STEAM Explorers will provide youth the opportunity to discover everything the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math have to offer! From ... Continue reading "STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Lunch Time Programs"
I would like to wish all of the members of the OLA school community a very warm and sincere Happy New Year. The New Year is traditionally a time for God’s blessing on our world. It is a time to remember the coming of the wise men bringing gifts to visit the Christ child, who by so doing “reveal” Jesus to ... Continue reading "January Principal’s Update"
The state or quality of being one, in accord, or in harmony.
- make everyone feel welcomed and appreciated
- take sometime to learn about the similarities and difference in my community
- empower people with my words not put them down by calling them names.
You, the one From whom on different paths All ... Continue reading "Virtue of the Month: Unity"
During the month of December, in the time of Advent, we will reflect on the virtue of Hope. Hope is the virtue by which we place our trust in Christ’s promises and rely not on our own strength alone, but on the grace of the Holy Spirit. Advent is a time of patient and prayerful waiting for the coming of Jesus at Christmas. We are ... Continue reading "Christmas Festivities at OLA"
We encourage all students to experience their recess outdoor breaks in an enjoyable and safe manner. We would like to remind students that there are four very important rules to follow in the school yard:
NO CONTACT RULE: Students are not allowed to play any games or be involved in any activities that involve physical contact. They must keep their hands and feet ... Continue reading "Recess Safety"