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Attention Grade 8 Gators – Register for Bridges to Success and Head Start for Gr. 9

Attention Gr. 8 Gators!

If you are in grade 8 and heading to high school, this WILL be of interest to you!  Please read the following information below in regard to credit-bearing summer courses!  Getting a credit now may open another option for an elective course in the future!

 

“Bridges to Success – Your Future Begins Now” is going online.   H1F101 – Exploring Family Studies is a summer school course for Gr. 8 students entering Gr. 9.  Students can reach ahead to earn a Gr. 9 credit that counts towards their compulsory credits required for Graduation.  Normally offered as an in class, summer program, the course will be offered through distance online learning.

 

The link to register is: https://www.wcdsb.ca/programs-and-services/elementary-programs/bridge-to-success/ Registration closes June 19th.

 

Also, check out this link for information about the Head Start program! You can visit the website for more information.  https://stlouis.wcdsb.ca/summer-programs/headstart-to-grade-9/

 

If you’re in need of any additional information or have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

 

Thank you!  Take good care and be safe!
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Director’s Letter to our WCDSB Students

Dear Students of Waterloo Catholic –

Open Letter to WCDSB Students June 2020

This is a June unlike any other and I am quite certain that for you this has been a school year unlike any other. Students, I am writing to you today because I think there have been some significant issues of importance to you – and to all of us – and I wanted to openly address you on these events. I have had other opportunities to address staff on these topics, but now wish to speak directly to you. June is typically a month characterized by celebrations and many of those are tied to end of year or graduation celebrations. Those special moments have been taken from you and I want to acknowledge that there may be some disappointment in that, but I also know that our amazing staff have been going to great lengths to ensure that your end of year is still a memorable one. I congratulate all students for how you have adapted to our new mode of learning. You have been absolutely fabulous.

 

With that said – I also want to acknowledge that a number of you may be feeling hurt or upset and there could be a few different reasons for that. It could be COVID and its implications for you or your family. Just missing your daily interaction with your friends might have you feeling sad or lonely, or your concerns about next year might have you experiencing an elevated level of anxiety. We have supports for you and again our staff want to be here to support you, and I hope we have been. But I also want to acknowledge another topic which has been in the media a fair bit this past week.

 

I would like to address with you our attempt to fly a different flag to acknowledge Pride month. This gesture was a genuine response to student voices which were raised in protest last year, articulating a desire to see our Catholic schools fly the Pride flag. The flag was developed in collaboration with our other partners in Catholic education, not just here in Waterloo Catholic. However, the chosen image did provide a beautiful echo back to our Pastoral Plan image for “Called To Belong”, as well as the colours of the rainbow flag. It drew some inspiration from a student design from our Safe Spaces groups – although they did not have direct input into the flag itself. It was work and an initiative begun with great optimism, in the sure belief that we could communicate to all our staff, students and broader community our commitment to be inclusive and to nurture our students in the love of Christ. As your Director of Education, I have the rare privilege of visiting all of our elementary and secondary schools, and there is not one doubt in my mind that our schools are places of inclusion where all students are welcomed. I am very proud of our schools and the work we do to foster inclusion each and every day of the year.

 

The Pride flag has its origin in 1979 and each of the colours carries significance. As members of our Catholic school system you have been introduced to the love of Christ and his message of acceptance, peace and tolerance. Jesus always reached out to those whom society was rejecting. The message on the proposed flag read: We love because He loved us first. While the image on the proposed flag is consistent with our faith and gospel values, and most certainly was intended to send a message of welcome, some found it problematic that it was not the actual Pride flag. For that I apologize. It was a lesson for us on intent versus impact. We wished to send a positive and inclusive message, but it was not received that way by some. The ensuing debate last week was painful to many and hurt many of you. For that I sincerely apologize, as that is the opposite of what we had hoped for. I hope that you know that your teachers and all the staff at WCDSB are here for you if you need us.

 

Christ taught us the power of peace and of love, and His message and His model is one we should lean into at this time. Again – I hope that any student who is LGBQT2+ has always found a place of welcome in our schools, but we also commit to continue the dialogue and the work, as we can always be better. We love because He loved us first.

 

Dear students – I am writing because I am sorry if any of you have been hurt. Please know we celebrate you and all that you are. You are the reason we are here and we hope that as you think about your schools, about the activities that happen day in and day out, as you think about your teachers, your clubs and your school life, that you can reflect in your heart that Waterloo Catholic is a board where inclusion is fostered and where every day you are truly #CalledToBelong

 

Sincerely,

 

Loretta Notten

 

Director of Education
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Gator Gab – Week #37 – June 1-5, 2020

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance – Week #37

June 1 – 5, 2020

Prayer for Racial Healing in the World

Our Gator students and families have experienced a great deal of news media, social media and such sad images as it relates to such terrible acts and racial unrest in the world at this time. Our hearts are broken at the death of George Floyd, it simply should not have happened and we keep him, his family and all throughout the world in our prayers as we strive to make the world an inclusive and safe place for all! We still have much work to do such that we bring our lightness to the dark, wherever and whenever we find it, so that through our collective efforts, this will happen no more!

God of justice,
In your wisdom you create all people in your image, without
exception.
Through your goodness, open our eyes to see the dignity,
beauty, and worth of every human being.
Open our minds to understand that all your children are
brothers and sisters in the same human family.
Open our hearts to repent of racist attitudes, behaviors, and
speech which demean others.
Open our ears to hear the cries of those wounded by racial
discrimination, and their passionate appeals for change.
Strengthen our resolve to make amends for past injustices
and to right the wrongs of history.
And fill us with courage that we might seek to heal wounds,
build bridges, forgive and be forgiven, and establish peace
and equality for all in our communities.
In Jesus’ name we pray…

Amen.

AWESOME – Our NEW Gator Playground has been completed!

Thank You OLOG School Council (CSAC), Students, Parents and Grants!

Our heartfelt thanks goes out to the OLOG Catholic School Advisory Committee (CSAC) for so much hard work over these past 2 years toward making our NEW Naturalized Playground a reality for our students and school community! We are a small but MIGHTY school and through our dedication, hard work and fundraising efforts over these past 2 years (Pepperrettes and Dance-a-thons) we raised considerable funds to make this project a reality – GREAT! It is important to do a shout out to the wonderful work done by our Grant Writing Team as well (Jennifer Pagett, Angela Pagett and Kelly Roberts) whereby a number of Grants were applied for and awarded to our amazing school! We are still receiving Grant Approvals and a more detailed report will be shared with our community as we end our school year – again, THANKS GATOR NATION! There is now a NEW play section for all ages of Gators and we look forward to seeing them out their climbing and playing very soon!

 

Happy Dance Video Challenge Update – Lots of Gator Happy Dances being sent in, you got this Gators! 

Gator Challenge: Amidst the challenges of Covid-19, Are you developing the Umbrella Project skill of Being Optimistic? Are you choosing to be Happy? We showed you our Happy Dance, now lets see what you got!

Our AWESOME Gator Staff does their, “Happy Dance!” … see below

Check this VIDEO LINK and then accept the Happy Dance Challenge!

 

https://bit.ly/GatorHappyDanceChallenge

 

Our Gator Staff is OPTIMISTIC – And despite these challenging times and missing our students, whenever we think of them, meet weekly as a staff to work together on their behalf or interact with them during distance online learning, we smile and are very HAPPY!

This reminded us of our schools commitment toward developing resilience as we continue to participate in The Umbrella Project that got started this year … We are mindful that we can develop resilience by working on a number of important life skills that make our “Personal Umbrellas” quite strong!

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A new umbrella skill is outlined each month and the Umbrella Skill for the month of June is “Healthy Lifestyle”

 

Our Gators are Connected ON-LINE with their Teachers!

Week #9  of Phase 2, Teacher-led Learning at Home – We are here for you! So keep doing your part and “Stay Connected” with your Teacher each Week! Our AWESOME Gator Staff Team is doing all we can to make Teacher-led Learning work for our students!

It is very important that our students check in with their teachers online via their Google Classroom or D2L Sites!

Please communicate with your teacher if you are experiencing any difficulties and we will do our best to help you out. Alternatively, call the school office at 519-745-3961 … as we will be retrieving all messages throughout the week.

A BIG THANK YOU to our wonderful TEACHERS, PARENTS and STUDENTS as we work together! We are stronger together and will get through this and continue our learning and strong sense of classroom and school community!

Below is just a sample of some great learning happening at HOME during last week – Keep up the Great Work Gators!

 

Some of the Important Questions We Have All Been Wondering…

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Will there be a Gr. 8 Graduation this year?

YES, we our proud of the OLOG Gator Graduating Class of 2020 for so many reasons and their resilience through Covid-19 is just one example! Our Grade 8 Teachers have formed a Graduation Committee and a number of staff are pitching in to help out! A Team is already hard at work planning several surprises and working to keep this year’s graduation experience both memorable and meaningful. As expected, some safety protocols will need to be in place and it will look different for sure, but will be very cool all the same! A detailed letter and plan will be going out by email to all grade 8 parents with the details. Check your inbox very soon. It is going to be a very special month for our grade 8 students! Stay Tuned!

When can I gather up my child’s belongings and their Term #2 Report Card?

As soon as the Ministry of Education announced that we are continuing Distance Education for the remainder of the year, this question has been coming up. It is completely reasonable for all of us to want to know when and how this will take place right away. However, our board protocols for gathering materials need to be developed based on Ministry of Health guidance and then our specific site-based process is developed. We are still finalizing plans, but will ensure that everyone is kept safe and physically distant throughout the process. Our hope is that we can do this the final week in June so that families will only need to visit the school once to pick up both their belongings and their final report cards. More information will follow to communicate the specifics of a safe plan for pick-up …

What Will Next Year Look Like?

It is our sincere hope to have our Gator students back at OLOG School and our entire team is eager to implement whatever safety measures we need to in order to make our school experience be in the classroom and ‘in-person’ again! The Ministry of Education is still developing the requirements from which our board and our individual schools will use to operate safely in the Fall. This is a good thing as we want the plan to be thoughtful and inclusive of all our students. As soon as we know the plan, we will share that with our Gator School Community.

 

Getting Ready for Kindergarten Next Year – check out our OLOG School Website Link Below

New Registering Parents, please visit our OLOG Website for important Information and related Links. Normally we host a WTK (Welcome to Kindergarten) Parent Information Night in our school gym. But as we continue to navigate being safe and communicating with our parent community in the best ways possible, our website has been updated with a short video and related links helping parents receive all of the information needed as they prepare our littlest Gators for their first day/week/month of school in JK (Junior Kindergarten)

Just visit our website and a great deal of valuable information is shared with you there – we look forward to meeting and celebrating our newest Gators in September of 2020!

And remember, if you still need to Register for JK, please do so online at the following link so we can be prepared for your child’s arrival!

Attention OLOG Bus Patrollers – Thanks for ALL You Do!

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Our Bus Patrollers at Our Lady of Grace are VERY appreciated!  They all work hard to ensure safety on our buses! To show their appreciation, the CAA is organizing a Virtual Jam Party … Please see below letter for details on a virtual event being held to celebrate the work you do – Thanks Gator Bus Patrols!

WHAT: CAA Patroller Jam:

A Year-end Celebration

Co-hosted by Sarah and Boneless. You might recognize them from ‘The 45’ online dance video or from TV. Sarah is best known for her role as Liberty on Degrassi: The Next Generation and famed DJ MeTime. Dwayne ‘Boneless’ Gulston – from So You Think You Can Dance Canada fame – lends his experience with choreographing dance troops and working with youth, to our exciting celebration! 

WHEN: 

Wednesday, June 17th, 4 – 4:45 p.m.

WHERE: In your own home, via the internet.

Don’t worry we can’t see you – you’ll only be able to see us.

HOW: You can participate before and during the event.

BEFORE THE EVENT  … Let us know you’re coming.

If you’re able to, click here to let us know that you’re coming! Everyone that RSVPs gets entered into a draw to win one of three prize-packs during the party! There’s space here to share your music requests and your questions for our hosts, as well.

You’ll also get an automatic email reminder 24-hours ahead of time, so you won’t miss it.

DAY OF THE EVENT

Just join in!

If you forgot to RSVP, no worries! After making sure your parents/guardians are okay with your participation, click here to join the live event on Wednesday, June 17 at 4 p.m. Take part in the live chat, interactive games, and other activities.

Use #CAASSP on either Instagram or Twitter (be sure to use a social media account that you have permission and access to use) the same day and post videos and pictures to share it with your friends and family. Some of these will be selected to show up during the event. *

 

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Thanks for your patience and support through these challenging times Gator Families! Have a great week, take care and be safe! 

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Welcome to Kindergarten – News and Updates – WTK Night Cancelled and Virtual Links/Resources Provided

Welcome New JK Parents – as a result of Covid-19 and making safety our collective priority, all events, bookings and gatherings in Waterloo Region and WCDSB have been CANCELLED.

Please NOTE that our OLOG Welcome to Kindergarten (WTK) Parent Information Night set for this week, Thursday, May 28th is CANCELLED … We apologize as know it is wonderful to meet you and the information presented during this evening is very important!

For now the WCDSB and OLOG school are working together to help parents who are “Getting Ready for Kindergarten” … to this end, please check out our OLOG School Website Link Below

Normally we host a WTK (Welcome to Kindergarten) Parent Information Night in our school gym for parents/students entering school for the first time.  We had originally planned that night for Thursday, May 28th, however, due to the current circumstances, we have had to cancel this in-person information session.  As we continue to navigate being safe and communicating with our parent community in the best ways possible, our website has been updated with a short video and related links helping parents receive all of the information needed as they prepare our littlest Gators for their first day/week/month of school in JK (Junior Kindergarten)

Please visit our school website and a great deal of valuable information is shared with you there – simply Google, Our Lady of Grace School Kitchener and then scroll to the bottom of our home page and add your email address into the Newswire field provided, you will get a confirmation email and then you are signed up for weekly updates and important information bulletins – we look forward to meeting and celebrating our newest Gators in September of 2020! Take good care and be safe!

And remember, if you still need to Register for JK, please do so online at the following link so we can be prepared for your child’s arrival!

 

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REMINDER- Our Nutrition For Learning Day is always Wednesday Mornings @ 10:30 AM – See you in the SWAMP!

Please stop by for a great NFL Snack tomorrow morning @ 10:30 AM – Wednesday is our Day! 

Wednesdays at 10:30 AM each week is our NFL Day … And is a great reason to go for a walk and grab a snack!

The Nutrition For Learning (NFL) Pop-up Snack Truck is visiting OLOG today @ 10:30 AM.

Please stop in and say hello – thanks NFL Team! 

Also note, you can always check their website for daily information and you are welcome to visit them at OLOG or any school as they are out and about in the community – GREAT!

You make such a positive difference for our school community and so many school communities, now during Covid-19, but as well, all year long – You ROCK! 

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Gator Gab – Week at a Glance – Week #36 – May 25-29, 2020

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance – Week #36

May 25 – 29, 2020

 

Our Awesome OLOG Staff issues a Happy Dance Video Challenge to Gator Nation!

Gator Challenge: Amidst the challenges of Covid-19, Are you developing the Umbrella Project skill of Being Optimistic? Are you choosing to be Happy? We showed you our Happy Dance, now lets see what you got!

Our AWESOME Gator Staff does their, “Happy Dance!” … see below

Check this VIDEO LINK and then accept the Happy Dance Challenge!

 

https://bit.ly/GatorHappyDanceChallenge

 

Our Gator Staff is OPTIMISTIC – And despite these challenging times and missing our students, whenever we think of them, meet weekly as a staff to work together on their behalf or interact with them during distance online learning, we smile and are very HAPPY!

This reminded us of our schools commitment toward developing resilience as we continue to participate in The Umbrella Project that got started this year … We are mindful that we can develop resilience by working on a number of important life skills that make our “Personal Umbrellas” quite strong!

Umbrella Project pic

A new umbrella skill is outlined each month and the Umbrella Skill for the month of May is “OPTIMISM.” We are learning that being optimistic is a choice and is a skill we can develop and work on … rain falls in all of our lives at times, and just like Covid-19, our Gator Community can remain both RESILIENT and OPTIMISTIC! To show it, our Gator Staff Team took the time to be optimistic, to count our blessings (our relationships with our Gator Students and each other) and to be truly HAPPY! It inspired us to just, DANCE!

Accept the “Happy Dance Challenge!”

Alright Gators, your turn to show your OPTIMISM and HAPPY VIBE … show us your “Happy Dance!” Simply take a video of you breaking out a few fun dance moves and send it to your teacher through your WCDSB Google Classroom or D2L … Way to go Gators! Cant wait to see your Happy Dance!

 

Our Gators are Connected ON-LINE with their Teachers!

Week #8  of Phase 2, Teacher-led Learning at Home – We are here for you! So keep doing your part and “Stay Connected” with your Teacher each Week! Our AWESOME Gator Staff Team is doing all we can to make Teacher-led Learning work for our students!

It is very important that our students check in with their teachers online via their Google Classroom or D2L Sites!

Please communicate with your teacher if you are experiencing any difficulties and we will do our best to help you out. Alternatively, call the school office at 519-745-3961 … as we will be retrieving all messages throughout the week.

A BIG THANK YOU to our wonderful TEACHERS, PARENTS and STUDENTS as we work together! We are stronger together and will get through this and continue our learning and strong sense of classroom and school community!

Below is just a sample of some great learning happening at HOME during last week – Keep up the Great Work Gators!

Our Mascot, Gladdy Gator, misses our staff and students so much that it decided to go for a walk about town and is on the loose in K-W looking to say hello and making surprise visits at several Gator Staff Homes thus far … Keep your eyes peeled Gators as we just never never know where Gladdy Gator may turn up next?  

This #ologawesome primary Gator followed a chocolate bar wrapper recipe to practice following instructions, measuring ingredients and becoming a master baker – and he didn’t forget the best part, becoming a dessert taste tester!

Who doesn’t love music? This #ologawesome Kindergarten student embraces the drums and all things percussion and plays quite a tune! Thanks for the fun assignment Mrs. Poulin!

One of our awesome primary students used her creativity to design a chocolate bar wrappers as part of a Media Literacy Distance Online Learning Project – very cool!

 

 

Getting Ready for Kindergarten – check out our OLOG School Wesite Link Below

New Registering Parents, please visit our OLOG Website for important Information and related Links. Normally we host a WTK (Welcome to Kindergarten) Parent Information Night in our school gym. But as we continue to navigate being safe and communicating with our parent community in the best ways possible, our website has been updated with a short video and related links helping parents receive all of the information needed as they prepare our littlest Gators for their first day/week/month of school in JK (Junior Kindergarten)

Just visit our website and a great deal of valuable information is shared with you there – we look forward to meeting and celebrating our newest Gators in September of 2020!

And remember, if you still need to Register for JK, please do so online at the following link so we can be prepared for your child’s arrival!

 

ATTENTION PARENTS: LOOKING BEYOND THIS WEEK –  MORE INFORMATION IS COMING RELATED TO … Retrieval of Personal Items, Final Report Card Distribution, Graduation, etc. 

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All School Principals are in contact with the Board Office and their respective school staff teams this week about making plans for families to pick up personal items that may have been left behind, as well as other matters that we hope to handle with safety, efficiency and grace, given the  challenges we all face as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic and bringing an end to our 2019-2020 School Year. Please stay tuned to our OLOG Newswire for more information to follow …

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Thanks for your patience and support Gator Families!

Have a great week, take care and be safe! 

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School Closure Announcement … for remainder of this school year

Dear Gator Families,

The Government of Ontario has announced that schools will remain closed for the remainder of this current school year. We will provide additional information as it becomes available. Please visit https://wcdsblearnathome.wcdsb.ca for all the most
up-to-date information.

 

The official government announcement is available here: https://news.ontario.ca/opo/en/2020/05/health-and-safety-top-priority-as-schools-remain-closed.html
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Gator Gab – Week at a Glance – Week #35 – May 18-22, 2020

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance – Week #35

May 18 – 22, 2020

 

REMINDER: OLOG Introducing School Messenger Communicate

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is about to launch a new automated broadcast system that will improve communication between home and school. The system uses telephone and email to notify parents and staff of important events and emergency school information. The system we are using is called School Messenger Communicate, it will be used to augment and not replace other communication methods currently in place (such as our school newsletters).

Over the course of the school year, we will be calling using this new automated system to keep you informed about significant events at Our Lady of Grace in a timely manner. This system can also be used to inform parents about important school events, dates, information items and any emergency situations that may occur.

Please rest assured that your personal information and contact numbers will be strictly secure and you will not receive any unauthorized messages.

If you have caller ID, it will display WCDSB or the school’s phone number.

 

Have You Found Your HAPPY PLACE?

Our Gator Staff is OPTIMISTIC – Taking time to be HAPPY and develop our Umbrella Skill for May – OPTIMISM, Staying Positive and Choosing to be Happy!

Umbrella Project pic

This month we are taking on a skill that will help us look on the bright side, even when winter oversteps its seasonal timelines. That skill is “Realistic Optimism” and we can sure use lots of OPTIMISM in the world right now!

How will realistic optimism help my child? We often hear sayings about looking on the bright side of life. Turns out that looking on the bright side can actually improve your child’s mental and physical health. Mix that with helping them have a realistic look at the obstacles they may face, and you have a strategy for success.

Our Staff Team is super Optimistic and we miss our Gator Students BIG TIME!

And when we meet each week and think of them, we smile and are truly HAPPY knowing that one day soon, we will be together!

Some positive and Happy Energy is coming your way very soon! Stay tuned! And BE HAPPY! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6Sxv-sUYtM

 

 

Our Gators are Connected ON-LINE with their Teachers!

Week #7  of Phase 2, Teacher-led Learning at Home – We are here for you!

So keep doing your part and “Stay Connected” with your Teacher each Week!

Our AWESOME Gator Staff Team is doing all we can to make Teacher-led Learning work for our students!

It is very important that our students check in with their teachers online via their Google Classroom or D2L Sites!

Please communicate with your teacher if you are experiencing any difficulties and we will do our best to help you out. Alternatively, call the school office at 519-745-3961 … as we will be retrieving all messages throughout the week.

A BIG THANK YOU to our wonderful TEACHERS, PARENTS and STUDENTS as we work together! We are stronger together and will get through this and continue our learning and strong sense of classroom and school community!

Below is just a sample of some great learning happening at HOME during last week – Keep up the Great Work Gators!

Our Gr. 6 students accept the air plane challenge and develop designs that demonstrate various flight properties and greater flight success – Can we design and build it? Yes, we can!

One of our wonderful Primary students demonstrates her ability to show  analogue time – very cool!

Mrs. Weinstein’s Virtual and Interactive Classroom is great FUN for her students while they participate in Distance Online Learning – Potatoes and Gravy visit too! 

The students in Gr. 3 filled Mr. Dinner’s Bucket with some very kind words – thanks Gators! 

Our wonderful Gr.5/6 students write letters of thanks to front line health care workers (#ourheroeswearscrubs) and a Paramedic takes the time to write them back – so grateful and so very cool! 

 

LOOKING AHEAD BEYOND THIS WEEK

NOTE re COVID-19: ALL Dates may need to be cancelled or amended depending on Covid-19 Updates from Waterloo Region Public Health and WCDSB

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  • June 12 – National Aboriginal Day Assembly – Gym
  • June 18 – Closing Mass
  • June 22 – Graduation Mass
  • June 23 – Report Cards go home today
  • June 24 – Grade 8 Graduation
  • June 26 – Last Day of School – regular dismissal

Have a great week Gator Families!

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Pop-up Snack Truck Visits Gator Nation Today @ 10:30

Attention Gator Nation …

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Wednesdays at 10:30 AM each week is our NFL Day … And TODAY is a great day for a walk and snack!

The Nutrition For Learning (NFL) Pop-up Snack Truck is visiting OLOG today @ 10:30 AM.

Please stop in and say hello – thanks NFL Team! 

Also note, you can always check their website for daily information and you are welcome to visit them at OLOG or any school as they are out and about in the community – GREAT!

You make such a positive difference for our school community and so many school communities, now during Covid-19, but as well, all year long – You ROCK! 

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