Come join us for a fun-filled night!
Pre-order your tickets and save. Lots of fun will be had by all! Spread the word and invite your friends and family. ADULTS ONLY!
Tickets can be purchased through the Main Office.
Blue Team? Gold Team? Which team will you be rooting for??
The 2017-2018 OLGCA Annual Walk-a-thon is underway. We only have a couple of weeks left before Principal Wilkinson and Monsignor Romano go toe to toe to see which team will bring in the most fundraising dollars!
If you have submitted your sponsorship forms, we thank you for your support! If not, please submit the forms along with your pledges by tomorrow, October 13 in order to be eligible for the Early Bird Special!
The last day to submit your pledges is Friday, October 20th.
Please join us and your children on Friday, October 27th at our Walk-a-thon and support your Team…whether Blue or Gold!
Attention Parents: Couple of things for tomorrow, October 10th:
- There will be NO PARKING tomorrow on 72nd Street due to road repairs. The street will be closed from 6am to 6pm. Principal Wilkinson and the Safety Patrol will be on the corner of 15th Ave and 72nd Street to help escort the children into school.
- Tomorrow, Terra Nova testing will begin for grades 3 through 8. Please ensure that the children have sharpened #2 pencils.
- Children are to wear their Gym uniforms on their scheduled Gym days. All other days, their summer uniforms should be worn.If you should have any questions, please feel free to call the Main Office.
Columbus Day Parade. A friendly reminder that the parade is this Saturday, October 7, 2017.
The Italian Federation has informed us that the schools line up location has changed to 62nd Street, between 18th and 19th Avenue.
Participants are to meet at 12:00 noon and check in with Diana Meka and Concetta Cavaleri prior to lining up. The parade begins promptly at 1:00 p.m. Please remember to have students wear their gym uniforms in order to obtain a dress down pass.
Wednesday, Sept 20th for Class Group Pictures
Class Groups photos for all grades.
N&PK: students can wear their normal attire.
K-6th Grade: Students to wear Summer Uniform (shorts & polo)
7th & 8th: Girls – white button down collared blouse with plaid skirt. Boys – blue polo shirt with blue shorts OR Grey pants.
Thursday, Sept 21st – Individual & 8th Grade Graduation Pictures
N&PK: students can wear their normal attire, preferably Dress UP **
K-7th Grade: Students can be in Uniform or Dress UP **
8th Grade Graduation: Girls – white button down collared blouse with plaid skirt. Boys – Blue long sleeved collared shirt with tie.
** Please remember that we are a Catholic School and appropriate dress is required.
Payments are to be brought in ON PICTURE DAY! Cash & Money Order are accepted. NO PERSONAL CHECKS! Change cannot be given.
O.L.G.C.A. Home Academy Association invites you to the
Friday, September 29, 2017
6:30pm to 9:30pm in the O.L.G.C.A. Gymnasium
Admission is $5 per person and includes Pizza & Drink
Please return form and payment to school by Monday, September 25th:
Student Name: _____________________________________________________
Class: ___________ # of tickets: _____________ Amount Enclosed: _____________
As we approach the start of the new school year, we have some very exciting news to share with you! This year, our Extension Program will be in conjunction with the Federation of Italian-American Organization of Brooklyn, Ltd. This means that our Extension Program will be of no cost to our K-8 grade parents/guardians.
In order to participate in the program, this Registration Form must be completed for each child. There is no registration fee. The Form will also be available in the school office beginning today, Thursday, August 24, 2017. We ask that if you are interested in the program for the 2017-18 school year, please send in or drop-off your completed form to the Main Office. The registration will be ongoing, but early registration is preferable. Students in grades K-8 that do not register by September 7, 2017, would not be eligible to start on September 11, 2017. They would be able to join the program the following week, but parents/guardians would have to make other arrangements for pick-up the first week. Also, no student would be allowed to participate in the program that has not filled out a Registration Form.
The program will include enrichment activities along with academic assistance. Due to spacing, specifically the gym, some of the activities would be scheduled between 3 and 4:30 pm which means any academic assistance would be completed after the activity time. Students participating in the program would be required to participate in the scheduled activities. The activities would vary and would be teacher organized.
Since the program is of no cost, the parents would be required to provide their child/children with their own snack. Snacks would not be provided by the Federation.
Please be advised that the Federation would not be able to accommodate our students on school half-days. Such days, as monthly faculty meetings, report card, etc., student after-school care would be the responsibility of the parents/guardians. While we understand that this maybe a hardship for many, the benefit of the free extension program most certainly outweighs the hardship of approximately 14 half-days for the entire school year.
The program sponsored by the Federation only applies to the After School Extension program and not the Early Morning Program (which will still be available at a nominal fee).
I believe this program will not only ease the economic burden of child care to the parents of our school, but also provide a club environment for our students on a regular basis.
The Federation, Faculty and I look forward to working with you and your children during this new school year.
May God bless you and your families as you enjoy the rest of your summer vacation.
Mrs. Muriel Wilkinson