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THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING OUR OPEN HOUSE
IT WAS GREAT TO SEE SO MANY NEW FAMILIES AT OUR OPEN HOUSE.
IF YOU WEREN'T ABLE TO MAKE IT WE WOULD STILL LOVE TO MEET YOU.
GIVE US A CALL AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR A TOUR.
To schedule a tour call us at 734-453-3053
FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING ADMISSIONS
PLEASE VISIT OUR PROSPECTIVE PARENT & NEW FAMILIES WEBSITE
Catholic Schools Week Schedule 2016
February 1st – 5th
School-wide Mercy Service Project
Pop Can Top Collection
Ronald McDonald House of Ann Arbor
All School Mass
Spirit Rally - Teacher vs. Student Games
Wacky Wear Out of Uniform Day
Green and Gold Out of Uniform Day
7th Grade Church Tour
10:00-2:00 at OLGC Church
Student Council Officers attend mass at Blessed Sacrament with Archbishop Vigneron
Crazy Sock and Hat Day with school uniform
Popcorn Treat for all students at lunch
7th grade Musical Theater Group
Led Praise and Worship & Eucharistic Adoration
K-4: 1:15 pm
5-8: 2:20 pm
#iamolgc T-Shirt Out of Uniform Day
Shirts provided to students and teachers by PVC
PreK-Grade 3 Advent Concert
Our Advent Concert was a huge success and the students did a marvelous job singing.
Many thanks to our teachers and staff for their support, and especially to our music teachers,
Ms. Sweeney and Mrs. DeLisle
for all their hard work and time!
A HUGE THANK YOU TO THOSE FAMILIES THAT DONATED FOR OUR PRIESTS
Take a few minutes to reflect on Fr. John's words related to the season of Advent
(Click the image above)
Seventh Grade Artwork for All Saints Day
Click here to view all
Please visit the parish YouTube Channel to listen to Fr. Riccardo's commentaries on the Synod of Bishops on the Family
St. Maria Goretti School Pilgrimage
A Miraculous Blessing for Students, Staff, and Parents
This past Thursday, students from the school attended the pilgrimage of St. Maria Goretti held at OLGC Church. It was a moving and powerful experience for all who attended. Below are some thoughts from those that went.
Penelope & Braeden - grade 2: Braeden stated that he “really like seeing the wax statue of St. Maria and being able to touch our rosary to it.” Penelope said, “I really liked when I got the relic (3rd class) prayer card and got to touch the reliquary.”
Elle & Brody – Grade 4: When asked how the story of St. Maria affected her, Elle said, ”It was a really great experience and I thought it was exciting to go see a real life saint. It inspired me to want to become a saint too.” Brody said, “it was very inspiring and I was amazed that we were able to go up and touch the glass (reliquary). That was pretty cool!”
Justina – Grade 6: “I thought is was something cool to see. Learning about her was exciting and Fr. Carlos did a great job explaining everything.”
Jackson - grade 6: “Since Fr. Carlos talked about how St. Maria had healed other people with hurt arms and legs I thought I would try praying to her to help my hurt arm. So I put her prayer card on my arm and prayed to her. When I got home, I took off my splint and my arm didn’t hurt at all anymore. I really believe that St. Maria helped heal my arm.”
Gabby– Grade 7: “I thought it was really cool to see someone so young and so powerful right here in our church. Some of her story is really sad, especially what Alessandro did to her, but it was wonderful how she forgave him and then he forgave himself and changed his whole life. It was very emotional for me.”
Aiden- Grade 7: “I just thought it is was awesome to go up and actually touch the reliquary of her remains. I came back later that night and I got to go through two more times. I was crying by the end. It was awesome to see how many people came to see the relics.”
Kristine Daley - OLGC parent and educator: “This opportunity is so necessary and was so well done. What a great message for our children and parents. There is no piece without mercy. I feel really blessed to have my children and family at OLGC because they choose to provide these types opportunities for our students.”
Mary Birks – OLGC parent: “I was very moved by the experience. I talked to my son and he was very affected by it as well. His seat was right in front of St. Maria on the middle aisle, and seeing all the reverence, people crying, people bringing their ill children…really had an affect on him.”
Parents: Please visit this page to learn about Alma
Alma has replaced PowerSchool as our Internet-based
student information and grading system!
MORNING AND AFTERNOON DROP OFF PROCEDURES
Please see the Student Handbook
(under Current Families to the left)
(Appendix and Appendix B)
for the full description of our morning and afternoon drop off policies.
Our staff will be outside at 7:50 am in the morning.
The first bell will ring at 8:05 am to bring the children in the school.
For their safety students cannot be dropped off prior to 7:50 a.m.
Important Forms for the 2015-2016 School Year
Emergency Notification Form and Parent Information Collection for our new grading and report card system-Alma
2015-2016 Classroom Parent Opportunities
PVC 2015-2016 Volunteer Opportunities
Important Information for the 2015-2016 School Year
|Student supply lists||Uniforms & Summer Reading|
|Grade 1||Uniform Guidelines|
|Preschool and Grades K, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6||Summer reading list|
|Grades 7 & 8|
Start and End Times for the 2015-16 School Year
Start Time: 8:10 (Tardy Bell 8:15)
End Time: 3:20 Bus riders
Car Riders and Walkers: 3:25
Click here for answers to frequently asked questions regarding the new start and end times.
For any additional questions regarding the new start and end times please contact the school office at
REVISED START AND END TIMES FOR PRESCHOOL
AM PRESCHOOL 8:00 - 10:55
PM PRESCHOOL 12:15 - 3:10
The link below is the results of our IOWA Test Scores
IOWA TEST RESULTS 2014