Homeroom 1-1

Dear Parents,

   The PowerSchool parent portal will be opening again at the end of this week. For those of you who are unaware, the PowerSchool parent portal is where you are able to track all of your child's grades.

 

    In October the school mailed home an envelope containing your child's access codes for the PowerSchool Parent Portal as well as a list of all their username and passwords for their online textbooks and online websites used by teachers (almost all classroom textbooks are available online). The list was also pasted in the back of each students’ agenda in grades K-8.

 

      As was presented during “Meet the Teacher Night”, it is the parents’ responsibility to check their students’ grades. When you sign up with the PowerSchool parent portal you can set up your account to receive email messages of grades that have been updated. This can be an email every day or once a week. You can also log on through the website or app to check your child's grades daily.

And in every class you will be able to view daily or weekly participation grades, if your child is handing in homework, and of course their grades in tests and quizzes. 

 

       PowerSchool Parent Portal is a wonderful program where the teachers and parents work together to keep the students on track. If you need another copy of your access information, or need help in understanding the PowerSchool parent portal please contact

Mrs..McHugh-Schreiber at bmchugh-schreiber5622@ollschool.org 

She will be happy to assist you in any way possible. 

 

Sincerely,

Mrs. Louise Jane Krol 





The 2017 Spring Enrichment Club List can be found in the "In the Backpack" link on the school website.

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First Grade Homeroom
Ms. Kessinger & Mrs. Koprowski



The OLL School Fashion Show will be on Saturday, June 10th! If your child would like to participate, please be sure send in a completed sign-up sheet by Wednesday, March 1. A hard copy was sent home, and electronic copies can be found "in the backpack" section of the school website. 


APRIL CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Monday April 3rd half day-11:30am dismissal
Wednesday April 12th- School wide mass- half day 11:30am dismissal
School Closed Thursday April 13th-Friday April 21st


  • CLASSROOM INFORMATION


Parents, Please check below for a note from each teacher as to what your child is learning this month in class. If you have any questions, please email them. All teacher emails are the firstinitiallastname@ollschool.org
 


ELA Class -  
Contact me with any questions at ccolombo@ollschool.org.
For more information regarding Scholastic orders please check on the side of the class page.


Math Class -
If you have any questions regarding math, please contact me at klamberti5622@ollschool.org.

We are learning addition and subtraction, up to 20, by using a variety of methods.


Religion Class -  
If you  have any questions regarding Religion class, please contact Mrs. Koprowski at kkoprowski@ollschool.org.


Science Class


Social Studies
If you  have any questions regarding Social Studies class, please contact Mrs. Koprowski at kkoprowski@ollschool.org.
Online Textbook: http://www.eharcourtschool.com/

Spanish Class -

Art Class -
Mr. Montella


Music/Chorus Class -As we continue covering basic rhythms and note values the students will engage in the discovery of melody and harmony. Please feel free to contact Mr. Boulay at jboulay5622@ollschool.org with any questions or concerns.


Physical Education Class -
If you have any questions about Physical Education, please contact Mr. Tobin at dtobin5622@ollschool.org.

Health Class -
If you have any questions about Health, please contact Mr. Tobin at dtobin5622@ollschool.org.


Computer Class -


Library -
Mrs. Sullivan


Theatrical Arts -
Mr. St. George




 

September 10, 2015                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Dear Parents and Guardians,

 

            This year marks the 14th anniversary of September 11th, 2001, now referred to as Patriot's Day. 

At Our Lady of Lourdes School, students will be commemorating the day in two ways. Our older students will be creating a Do Now morning presentation, which will also be posted on our homepage. Later in the day Our Lady of Lourdes students will be joining students nationwide to simultaneously sing the Star Spangled Banner at 1:00 p.m in the church. This is the 3rd Annual National Anthem sing-a-long hosted by the American Public Education Foundation..

            This year’s sing-a-long event concludes a year-long celebration commemorating the 200th birthday of the National Anthem. The American Public Education Foundation hopes to break the Guinness Book of World Records simultaneous sing-a-long of the National Anthem and we will be part of it!

God Bless you and your families and know that we remember all those directly affected by the attacks in our prayers.  

Mrs. Krol, the Faculty & Staff

September 10, 2015                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Dear Parents and Guardians,

 

            This year marks the 14th anniversary of September 11th, 2001, now referred to as Patriot's Day. 

At Our Lady of Lourdes School, students will be commemorating the day in two ways. Our older students will be creating a Do Now morning presentation, which will also be posted on our homepage. Later in the day Our Lady of Lourdes students will be joining students nationwide to simultaneously sing the Star Spangled Banner at 1:00 p.m in the church. This is the 3rd Annual National Anthem sing-a-long hosted by the American Public Education Foundation..

            This year’s sing-a-long event concludes a year-long celebration commemorating the 200th birthday of the National Anthem. The American Public Education Foundation hopes to break the Guinness Book of World Records simultaneous sing-a-long of the National Anthem and we will be part of it!

God Bless you and your families and know that we remember all those directly affected by the attacks in our prayers.  

Mrs. Krol, the Faculty & Staff

September 10, 2015                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Dear Parents and Guardians,

 

            This year marks the 14th anniversary of September 11th, 2001, now referred to as Patriot's Day. 

At Our Lady of Lourdes School, students will be commemorating the day in two ways. Our older students will be creating a Do Now morning presentation, which will also be posted on our homepage. Later in the day Our Lady of Lourdes students will be joining students nationwide to simultaneously sing the Star Spangled Banner at 1:00 p.m in the church. This is the 3rd Annual National Anthem sing-a-long hosted by the American Public Education Foundation..

            This year’s sing-a-long event concludes a year-long celebration commemorating the 200th birthday of the National Anthem. The American Public Education Foundation hopes to break the Guinness Book of World Records simultaneous sing-a-long of the National Anthem and we will be part of it!

God Bless you and your families and know that we remember all those directly affected by the attacks in our prayers.  

Mrs. Krol, the Faculty & Staff

September 10, 2015                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Dear Parents and Guardians,

 

            This year marks the 14th anniversary of September 11th, 2001, now referred to as Patriot's Day. 

At Our Lady of Lourdes School, students will be commemorating the day in two ways. Our older students will be creating a Do Now morning presentation, which will also be posted on our homepage. Later in the day Our Lady of Lourdes students will be joining students nationwide to simultaneously sing the Star Spangled Banner at 1:00 p.m in the church. This is the 3rd Annual National Anthem sing-a-long hosted by the American Public Education Foundation..

            This year’s sing-a-long event concludes a year-long celebration commemorating the 200th birthday of the National Anthem. The American Public Education Foundation hopes to break the Guinness Book of World Records simultaneous sing-a-long of the National Anthem and we will be part of it!

God Bless you and your families and know that we remember all those directly affected by the attacks in our prayers.  

Mrs. Krol, the Faculty & Staff