Mission Statement: Our Lady of the Assumption School Commits itself to provide an education based on catholic values and academic excellence in a caring and safe atmosphere in partnership with the family and parish community.
From the Desk of the Principal…February 16, 2023
Thursday: Week 6 in Ordinary Time
Saint of the Day: The Anointer of Bethany
Genesis 9:1-13. From heaven the Lord looks down on the earth – Psalm 101(102):16-21, 29, 22-23. Mark 8:27-33.
Salvation is for all
Today might be a reminder of how we might lose sight of the plans of God in our life. God’s ways are not our ways. Jesus rebukes Peter for losing sight of God’s plan. Am I able to let go of my own fears and reluctance to take on God’s plan? How do I discover God’s plan for my life? The answer might be found in the words of Genesis. ‘Never again will life be destroyed’. Salvation is for all. The words of God are spirit and life. God’s word is eternal life. Genesis speaks of a covenant. A covenant is an agreement. Today, ask God to remind you of how you have been led in trust throughout your life.
Virtue of the Month of January is Cheerfulness~ Looking on the bright side.
Our Saints this month:
Grade PK- 2: St. John Bosco
Grade 3 - 5: St. St. Philip Neri
Grade 6-8: Blessed Miguel Agustin Pro
Cheerfulness : Looking on the bright side.
Cheerfulness itself is a virtue. Therefore, it is a habit that can and should be acquired. There are three important virtues that make people cheerful in the true sents of the word: hope, fortitude, & fraternal charity.
“The cheerful person always sees in any present evil come prospective good; in pain he sees a Cross from which will issue a Resurrection; in trial, he finds correction and discipline and an opportunity to grow in wisdom; in sorrow, he gathers patience and resignation to the Will of God. Helping others is not only the cause of cheerfulness, but also the fuel which keeps it burning. As Helen Keller, seeing through blindness wort “ Join the great company of those who make the barren places of life fruitful with kindness.”
( Archbishop Fulton Sheen)
February 14 Valentines Day
February 17 Jeans 4 Jesus-Destination Theme
February 20 No School-Presidents Day
February 22 Ash Wednesday
February 24 No School-Religious Ed Conference
February 27 Parent Hours Due
Contents of Weekly Brown Envelope
Please remove contents, complete and return any forms, sign and return the Brown Envelope every Wednesday.
- Jeans for Jesus Flyer
TK & Kindergarten Registration for Fall 2023-2024
TK & Kindergarten Registration - If you have a child that will be entering TK or Kindergarten for the 2023-2024 school year, please fill out the online application and submit ASAP. We will be sending out screening letters soon.
“Fund the Classroom” Amazon Wish Lists-Thank you for all the wonderful items parents have been donating through the Amazon Wish Lists! The lists will remain active until the end of the school year. Share with out of town family and friends and check back often as new items will be added. This is an easy way to earn a few extra parent hours. Every $15 spent earns 1 hour.
Click the link below.
Our Lady of the Assumption School Charity Lists
*Important* Please complete a gift receipt for all purchases and include your name and the teacher's name and grade. This will help with delivery when the items arrive at the school.
Lost and Found-Please check the lost and found located outside the school office for missing items.
Reporting an absence:
If your child will be absent from school, please complete the Absent Reporting form. This form can be found on our app under Documents or on our website under quick links. This will generate a report that is given to teachers daily.
What’s Happening with our Student Council!
Thank you OLA parents for supporting our Middle School dance. Our theme was Mardi Gras and our student council did a wonderful job hosting the dance. We are looking forward to our activities for Lent.
OLA Sports Center
Both boys and girls basketball seasons are in full swing. Check the OLA app for game days, locations and scores. Come out and support our teams!!
APA BOARD CORNER
Our annual spring auction and raffle is our biggest fundraiser of the year. We raise much needed funds for school improvements that benefit all families and children at OLA. This year, some of the improvements that Ms. Fussell hopes to include installing a camera for security at the front gate, installing solar panels so that the school can eventually add air conditioning and not overwork our dated electrical infrastructure, and building a restroom for the TK classroom.
The APA Board has planned the auction this year with a Cinco De Mayo Theme. It will take place May 5, 2023 at the Poinsettia Pavilion, from 5:30pm until 10:00pm. As we are saying, "No time to Siesta, let's Fiesta!"
There are many aspects to making sure this event is successful and goes off smoothly. The APA Board members are a small and mighty group, but we would love to have as many school families as possible join us in making it an even more successful event. To this end, we have formed committees to spread the work among all Board members. If you are interested in helping out with a certain committee, you can contact me and I can put you in touch with the appropriate Board person.
As always, you will earn parent hours for all hours you volunteer helping out with the Auction and Raffle.
If you are unable to volunteer to help but have a connection for any of the above committees (printer, drink or food vender, auction items, etc), please reach out to me.
Thank you for taking your time to help make our school the best learning environment for our children!
The digital marquee birthday flier is available in the office. Enjoy announcing your child's next birthday on the OLA marquee! Announcement cost is $15
The APA Board would like to thank all the wonderful families of OLA for volunteering and participating in the many fundraising efforts this year. If you are interested in joining for the 2022-2023 school year please contact Jennifer Bamieh email@example.com
Please call Dea Boheme at (805) 390-1260 to reserve a spot. Protecting God's Children (Initial training, 3 hours)
Training Dates for March will be coming soon.
Student Learning Expectations (SLE’S)
OLA Students aim for the S.T.A.R.S when they:
SHOW AND LIVE THEIR FAITH
THINK CRITICALLY AND WORK COOPERATIVELY
ACTIVELY MAINTAIN A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
RESPECT OURSELVES AND OTHERS
STUDY AND LEARN