The Stewards of Creation after-school club spent a few moments in the garden this week creating art from what they could find in our garden.
Artwork created by OLG Students was on display at the Lillian Black Festival of the Arts on Sunday, February 24th. . . . . . .
L-R: Kathleen Radecke (School Superintendent), Tannon Huston, Ayiana Olavarria, Olivia Rivera, Tia Fernandes, Kayla Espinosa, Matthew Conners, Mrs. Kim Hughes Congratulations to all of the OLG students who entered their science projects at the Diocesan Science Fair on Saturday, February 9th. Not only did each student receive a 1st place ribbon in their category, but all …
On Friday, February 8th we celebrated Founders Day, by honoring Mother Pia and the Mission San Jose Dominicans Sisters who established Our Lady of Guadalupe School in 1964. Students and Staff wore black and white, the same colors as the sisters’ habits. . .
During Catholic Schools Week, one day was devoted to celebrating the various cultures that are represented by our diverse student body and staff. On this day, many students wore clothing from their native culture and some students brought food to share that originated from the country of their ancestors. . .
Catholic Schools week was filled with celebrations, including Staff Appreciation Day. OLG School staff was treated to an amazing luncheon, prepared by school parents. The staff room was transformed into a dining room where we all enjoyed the wonderful display of entrees, salads and desserts. Cheers to our parents! .
The students put on a beautiful Christmas Pageant on Thursday, December 13th. Thank you to Ms. Robin Snyder for teaching the music to the students. Thank you also to Mr. Sam Retelas and Ms. Traci Colon for preparing the children that participated in performing the story of the first Christmas. Lastly, thank you to Ms. …
Today’s prayer service included a reenactment by the Kindergarteners of Mary’s appearance to Juan Diego in 1531. . . . . .
On Saturday, December 8th, Mrs. Eryn Leong, Adelyn Leong (1st grade), Mrs. Karen Murray (Director of Mission Advancement) and Zachariah Vystrcil (7th grade) participated in an event sponsored by the South Bay Blue Star Moms, to assemble care packages for active duty military personnel. .
Today (12/3/18) the Book Club held group discussions about Zita the Spacegirl Trilogy by Ben Hatke.