OLL Open House Welcomes Visitors

Principal Jenny Millett talks to a family at Open House.

Our Lady of the Lake School set out the ultimate "welcome mat" by puting its student ambassadors at it's doors on Sunday, January 26th.  Visitors had the chance to sample OLL School's high-quality curriculum as they took guided tours of the school with the student ambassadors and visited the classrooms to view student work and meet the teachers.  The compassionate, faith filled environment was also on display in the kinds of projects the students engaged in, and the focus on kindness and inclusion incorporated into the classrooms by the teachers. 

The Open House kicked off Catholic Schools Week, with enjoyable activities planned for the students such as Spelling Bee, Challenge Day, Classroom Movie, Geography Bee, All School Mass, Awards Assembly, Ecumenical Prayer Service, a CAVS assembly, and One School-One Book with Buddies to round out the week. 

The PTO, which is an engaged group of parents who support the school with fun family activities was in attendence.  Also, Life on the Lake committe members were there with a first dibbs look at the raffle tickets for wonderful baskets that will be showcased at Life on the Lake's Night at the Races on February 1st, as well as tickets to the event itself.  Additionally, parents of students currently enrolled could enter a silent auction where the highest bidder wins the prize such as being school principal for the day. 

Catholic Schools Week extends to February 3rd.

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Volume 11, Issue 2, Posted 5:53 PM, 02.05.2020