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.
OLG’s PTSG sponsored the annual Breakfast with Santa event on Sunday, December 2nd. Raffle prizes and holiday-themed games were offered, along with photos with Santa. We are grateful to the Knights of Columbus for cooking the breakfast and we thank the choir members that came to sing some Christmas carols.
11-29-18 The 2nd graders created mangers and Advent wreaths as they learned that the season of Advent is the time we prepare ourselves for the coming of Jesus Christ. The first Sunday of Advent is December 2, 2018. The advent candles each have a special meaning: The first candle symbolizes hope and is called the “Prophet’s Candle.” The prophets …
The 8th Grade students and chaperones get ready to leave for 5 days at CYO Camp. Monday, November 26, 2018
Our Lady of Guadalupe School Honors our Veterans .
Representatives from the OLG School Choir entertained guests at the MSJ Dominican Holiday Boutique on Saturday, November 17, 2018
The dust has since settled from this year’s spring musical, “Peter Pan,” and while Our Lady of Guadalupe School (OLG) teacher Sam Retelas sometimes mentions the grassroots movement to get the drama program off the ground in its early stages, not everyone knows it started with some borrowed props, helping hands and a heaping spoonful …