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Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting

The staff at OLA is committed to enabling all students to reach their potential and to succeed. We understand that every student is unique and each must have opportunities to achieve success according to his or her own interests, abilities, and goals. The Ministry of Education has defined high expectations and standards for graduation, while introducing a range of options that allow students to learn ... Continue reading "Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting"

Bullying Prevention and Intervention at OLA

Bully Prevention and Intervention Awareness Week is November 19-23. Bullying is a form of repeated aggression intended to cause fear, distress or harm to another individual or group of individuals. Bullying occurs in a context where there is a real or perceived imbalance of power between the child who bullies and the child who is victimized (adapted from PPM 144). At Our Lady of the ... Continue reading "Bullying Prevention and Intervention at OLA"

Remembrance Day

A poppy is a symbol of peace and remembrance.   On Friday, November 9th our Gr. 6 and 5/6 classes will lead our school in a Peace Chain at 10:45 a.m.  All staff and students will line the hallways of our school to form a peace chain and we will honour veterans who have given their lives as well as those who continue to work towards ... Continue reading "Remembrance Day"

Hallowe’en Spook-a-thon

The students demonstrated wonderful school spirit by participating in our fundraiser.  The fundraiser is now over. Families that have not yet returned their money or unsold chocolates are asked to do so on Tuesday, October 23.  Tuesday morning will be the last day that we will be having a daily draw for prizes. All students will be rewarded with a Hallowe’en Spook-a-thon on October 31st.   ... Continue reading "Hallowe’en Spook-a-thon"

Cross Country Champions

Congratulations to the OLA All Stars Cross Country team on winning first place standings at the Meet on October 11th at Bruce’s Mill.  Congratulations also to the Grade 5 and Grade 7 students for winning the grade pennant.  Congratulations to your athletes who displayed perseverance, strength, and overall good sportsmanship in their respective races. They should be proud of their efforts and those of their ... Continue reading "Cross Country Champions"

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