Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week serves as a vehicle for communities and individuals to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of our children through a commitment to drug prevention and education and a personal commitment to live drug free lives with the ultimate goal being the creation of drug free America. OLPH School will have many activities this week reminding all students to say no to drugs and yes to living healthy lives. See the attached flyer for a listing of the daily activities.
The month of October is dedicated to praying the holy rosary. Each day in October, OLPH students pray a decade of the rosary. Parents are welcome to join us in prayer at the grotto.
PTO Halloween Carnival October 31, 2014
Get ready to enjoy a day of fun, food and games! Our annual Halloween Carnival is just around the corner. The festivities will begin with a costume parade at approximately 8:40 a.m.. Classes will be served lunch, followed by games and lots of fun. See the flyer for more details. Family members and friends are welcome to attend.
Halloween Parade Costume Guidelines
Make sure students’ costumes are school appropriate. No gory, spooky, or bloody costumes will be allowed. Also, be sure costumes are not too short, show too much skin or are offensive culturally. Costumes many not include any toy guns, swords, knives or weapons of any kind. Students should wear their PE clothes under their costumes as they will be changing after the parade.