The April Newsletter has been posted! Please take the time to read through it as it contains important information highlighting some important events. To view the April Newsletter, click on the link below. To view past OLF newsletters: under the “Our School” tab, click on “News” and then click on “Newsletters”.
All parents/guardians/caregivers of students in grade 7 and grade 9 are invited to share their perceptions about their children’s experiences with French as a Second Language (FSL).
The feedback provided by parents/guardians/caregivers will be used, along with information gathered from students and teachers, to strengthen FSL programming and improve student learning, engagement and achievement.
The FSL Parent Survey will ... Continue reading "FSL Survey for Parents of Students in Grade 7 and Grade 9"
This Tuesday, April 2nd, OLF will be recognizing Autism Awareness Day. Many activities have been planned including a flag raising ceremony at 9:15am. If possible, students have been asked to wear a coloured t-shirt on Tuesday. Please check the poster for more detailed information. By bringing an awareness to Autism Spectrum Disorder we can increase understanding and acceptance and foster worldwide support! Autism Awareness ... Continue reading "Autism Awareness Day @ OLF"
The March Newsletter has been posted! Please take the time to read through it as it contains important information highlighting some important events. To view the March Newsletter, click on the link below. To view past OLF newsletters: under the “Our School” tab, click on “News” and then click on “Newsletters”.
We are pleased to present the Hot Lunch menus for the Spring of 2019. This spring session covers the period from April 1st to June 21st, 2019. For your convenience, the hot lunch menus and ordering information have been attached below. Please note that the order forms and payment is due by March 20, 2019. Thank you for your continued support of ... Continue reading "Spring 2019 Hot Lunch Ordering Session"
Active School Travel March Newsletter
Walking to the school bus stop and riding the bus to school are considered important forms of active school travel.